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How to Protect Your Trees from a Gypsy Moth Invasion in Toronto

In this Toronto.com story, Davey's Mike Perri shares what you need to know about gypsy moths in Toronto in 2018. Perri details what they are, why they're a problem and how to protect your trees. 

Posted: May 3, 2018

Gypsy moth caterpillars defoliated thousands of trees in Toronto last year, causing significant stress to our valuable trees.

The city of Toronto has implemented control measures to help combat the infestation. Please keep in mind that only city trees are covered by this treatment plan. As a homeowner, this means you are responsible for protecting your own trees from gypsy moths.

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