Gypsy Moth Treatments, Minnesota

Ranked among America's most destructive tree pests, gypsy moth has caused millions of dollars in damage to forests as it has spread from New England to Wisconsin in recent decades. The Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA) maintains a statewide monitoring program to watch for start-up infestations, and when an infestation is found, the department moves in to eradicate the pests before they can spread. This data set contains information on treatments scheduled for the current year. It will generally be refreshed with new information in January or February of each year.

Additional Info

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dsAccessConst None.
dsCurrentRef Data is generally current as of February of the current calendar year.
dsModifiedDate 2023-03-10 00:09:59
dsOriginator Minnesota Department of Agriculture
dsPurpose To inform the public and various stakeholders on treatment areas. The layer illustrates areas planned for treatment in the current year, including approximate schedules, as well as historical treatment data.
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