Sunday, May 13, 2001

Gypsy moths on way to central Ohio

The Associated Press

        COLUMBUS — The state Agriculture Department says gypsy moths are on their way to central Ohio and will arrive there sometime this summer.

        The insects soon could strip the leaves off trees in some Franklin and Licking County neighborhoods and woodlands.

        About 38,000 acres in 19 counties will be sprayed with abiological agent.

        Although the gypsy moth is destructive only in its caterpillar stage, the state's efforts to fight it continue through its yearlong life cycle.


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