State entomologists are hoping that this year’s cool, rainy spring will lead to a mass die-off of the gypsy moths that defoliated more than 350,000 acres of trees last summer. The fungus that controls the gypsy moth population flourishes in such weather. However, they have not yet found evidence of this, so keep your fingers crossed.
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Rainy Weather may beat back gypsy moths this year