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Officials Spray Duluth Trees to Slow Gypsy Moth

Minnesota officials sprayed over 1,000 acres of Duluth trees to try to slow the spread of the gypsy moth.

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Gypsy Moth Rules For NE Minn. To Affect Travelers

The state is announcing plans for a gypsy moth quarantine that will affect travelers visiting Lake and Cook counties in northeastern Minnesota.

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Minnesota Begins 2013 Gypsy Moth Trapping Program

Officials will set more than 14,000 gypsy moth traps across Minnesota this spring as part of the state's annual monitoring program for the destructive tree pest. Gypsy moth caterpillars eat the leaves of many trees and shrubs.

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Minnesota Prepares Air War Against Gypsy Moths

Agricultural officials are preparing their largest air war ever to protect the forests of northeastern Minnesota and northwestern Wisconsin against gypsy moths.

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Gypsy Moth Spraying Planned For 3 Metro Locations

Even though it's the middle of a frigid Minnesota winter, officials are already planning to eradicate three gypsy moth infestations in the Twin Cities area this spring.

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