Gypsy Moth Population Declines in Minnesota
- Conditions could trigger a gypsy moth boom in Ohio. // American Nurseryman;3/15/96, Vol. 183 Issue 6, p12
Foresees an explosion in gypsy moth populations in Ohio, according to a study conducted by the Ohio State University. Factors behind the prediction; Evaluation of the gypsy moth spread in Ohio; Changing levels of gypsy moth defoliation; Alarm over inadequate control measures.
- Invasion of the tree snatchers. Wallner, William E. // American Nurseryman;3/15/96, Vol. 183 Issue 6, p28
Reports on the Asian gypsy moth's entrance into North America. Threats to biological diversity among pests and to the health of forest and urban ecosystems; Ecological and economic effects of pest introductions; Events leading to the introduction of the pest; Suggestions for control.
- Plant board disputes gypsy moth conflict. // American Nurseryman;4/01/96, Vol. 183 Issue 7, p12
Reports on the role of the National Plant Board in solving gypsy moth introductions associated with nursery stock among several Midwestern states. Gypsy moth quarantine.
- Bird populations and habitat in Bacillus thuringiensis... Bell, Jennifer L.; Whitmore, Robert C. // American Midland Naturalist;Apr97, Vol. 137 Issue 2, p239
Presents a study which evaluates the effects of gypsy moth (Lymantria dispar) infestation on nongame bird populations and habitat. Information about the range of gypsy moth; Concerns about the effects of gypsy moth defoliation on bird populations; Areas of the study; Methods used in the study;...
- At war with the gypsy moth. Ford, P. // Country Journal;May/Jun90, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p44
Describes the problem of gypsy moths. Predictions for serious infestation in 1990; History of the problem; Methods of control; Breeding healthier trees; Integrated Pest Management (IPM). INSET: The life cycle of the gypsy moth. Gypsy moth food preferences....
- How to minimize moth mayhem Bolgiano, Chris // American Forests;Mar/Apr1989, Vol. 95 Issue 3/4, p36
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- Gypsy on the move. Pond-Smith, D. // American Forests;Mar/Apr92, Vol. 98 Issue 3/4, p21
Presents a landowners's-eye-view of the latest inroads of the gypsy moth and discusses new tactics for controlling it. Heavily infested areas of mountain ranges; Maintaining populations at economically and socially tolerable levels; Controversies surrounding the use of pesticides. INSET: Asian...
- Gypsy emergency. // American Forests;May/Jun92, Vol. 98 Issue 5/6, p53
Reports that Agriculture Secretary Edward R. Madigan recently declared an emergency for the forests of Oregon and Washington. How these forests are threatened by Asian gypsy moths; Activities of the Asian moth females; Potential pests that could be associated with log imports from the former...
- Good news on the gypsy-moth front. // American Forests;Mar/Apr93, Vol. 99 Issue 3/4, p40
Reports on the migration of a fungus which kills gypsy-moth caterpillars from a core of New England states south to Virginia and West to Ohio by researchers at Cornell University. Survey of release sites; Levels of fungal infection in a major moth outbreak.