More Bug Spraying Planned

County pest management specialists observed more gypsy moth egg masses last fall, prompting a call for more aerial spraying of insecticide this spring to combat the potential for defoliation the bugs bring. Today's Fairfax Extra has an article about the moths and the what the county is doing about them and other local forest pests.

By  |  February 2, 2006; 1:28 PM ET  | Category:  Animals , Environment
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