They’re baaaack: Gypsy moths in King County to be sprayed by the WSDA

King County is a welcoming community, but not for Lymantria dispar, more commonly known as the gypsy moth. These voracious moths are responsible for the defoliation of tens of millions of acres of deciduous and coniferous forests across the U.S. In Washington State, the Department of Agriculture (WSDA) carefully monitors for the presence of the […]

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