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Gypsy Moth Digest

Gypsy moth photograph from Jim Hanson.In time for the 2013 gypsy moth season, the final version of the Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement has been approved! View the SEIS and the Record of Decision.

This site contains information about the gypsy moth. Data is from the USDA Forest Service Cooperative gypsy moth suppression, eradication, and slow-the-spread projects. The Gypsy Moth Digest is maintained by the USDA Forest Service, State and Private Forestry, Morgantown, WV. Use of information from this database should cite the Gypsy Moth Digest as the source.

Aircraft Incidents, 1990-2015: Reports for each of the aircraft incidents which occurred during USDA cooperative Suppression, Eradication, and Slow The Spread programs nationwide.

Gypsy Moth Pest Alert: The gypsy moth has been a primary defoliator of hardwoods in the Northeastern United States since its introduction in 1869. Although Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, and New England are generally infested, isolated infestations have been noted in some North Central, Southern, and Western Seacoast States and are now subject to eradication by the USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service.

National Pest Suppression Tracking (NPST) Reports: A summary report of all Suppression, Eradication and Slow The Spread projects for gypsy moth by year. For a specific year, please click on the links below.
Note: Portable Document Format (.pdf) files need a free reader, available here.

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