Gypsy Moth Spraying In Superior And Douglas County Finishes Up For The Season
If you were in Superior on Wednesday morning, you heard the audible sounds of the last of the Gypsy Moth aerial treatment for the 2013 season. Officials with the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection agency have declared that the program has ended for the year.
The spraying was part of the two month program to slow the spread of the invasive Gypsy Moth.
Maps of spray sites treated this year are available to view online by clicking here.