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Gypsy moth suppression spray in Dane County POSTPONED

Aerial suppression sprays for gypsy moth by the Wisconsin DNR in Dane County have been POSTPONED until the morning of Wednesday, May 23, due to adverse weather conditions. Cloud cover over the area remained too low throughout the day to meet the program's safety requirements.

Maps of spray sites can be viewed online at http://gypsymoth.wi.gov. The planes, which will be low-flying and loud, will only spray in specific, pre-determined treatment areas.

The DNR's gypsy moth suppression program is scheduled for seven sites in Dane County, in the cities of Madison and Sun Prairie. Suppression spraying is necessary to suppress isolated pockets of gypsy moth, a destructive and invasive pest that feeds on the leaves of oaks, maples, crabapple, birch and many other species of trees and shrubs, in areas where it has previously established.

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For more information or to view maps of the spray areas, please visit http://gypsymoth.wi.gov.

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