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winter moths

Posted by DiggingTheDirt CapeCod Z6 (My Page) on
Tue, Nov 30, 04 at 21:06

The winter moths are flying on Cape Cod now. Is there anything that can be done to knock these guys out now, or do I have to wait until the eggs hatch in early spring?
Last spring, bt was "somewhat effective" on small trees, but if I could prevent my large cherry trees from being defoliated, that'd be better.
Any ideas?

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RE: winter moths

Try this.

Here is a link that might be useful: Pat Vittum

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