How To Ward Off Gypsy Moths in Boston, Massachusetts

In this Boston Globe story, Kevin Narbonne and Russell Holman of Hartney Greymont, a Davey company, explain the preventative actions you can take to protect your trees from gypsy moths.

Narbonne works at Hartney's Needham, Massachusetts office while Holman works at Hartney's Concord, Massachusetts office

Posted: April 22, 2018

They’re hatching in May, and they’re coming for your trees. Despite their seemingly harmless, fuzzy appearance in the caterpillar stage, gypsy moth larvae cause mass defoliation during their spring feeding period.

Last year, the leaf-munching caterpillars left behind about 923,000 acres of damage statewide, according to the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation.

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