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What to Expect from Gypsy Moths in the Greater Toronto Area in 2018

In this Toronto Sun story, Davey's Mike Perri details what you can expect from gypsy moths in the greater Toronto region this year. He also describes why these insects are more than a nuisance and can damage your trees' health.

Posted: May 5, 2018

It’s not quite Mothra, but it’s still a horror for many homeowners in the GTA.

Certified arborist Mike Perri walks around Whitney Park, near Mt. Pleasant Rd. and Summerhill Ave., observing egg masses on trees. He warns parts of the GTA may be hard hit by gypsy moth populations, building on defoliation problems last year.

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