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Cumberland County residents living on forested residential property who are seeing Gypsy Moth on their property can contact the Vector Control Office for inclusion in a possible suppression spraying in 2017. Enrollment ends on July 31, 2016.
Oak, apple, sweet gum, basswood, birch, aspen, and willow trees are affected the most by the gypsy moth. Older larvae also will feed on hemlock, pines, spruces, northern white cedar, and other conifers. A tree begins to significantly suffer when 30 percent or more of its leaf surface is lost.
For more information, visit our Gypsy Moth Page.
For complete information about this PA DCNR funded program, visit DCNR's Gypsy Moth Suppression Program website.