The weather continues to prompt adjustments in the state's gypsy moth treatment schedule.
On Tuesday, April 19, Washington State Department of Agriculture sprayers will conduct gypsy moth treatment in areas of Tacoma'd Browns Point and the northern tideflats beginning at 6 a.m.
To date, WSDA has conducted gypsy moth treatments in areas from Vancouver to Nisqually, Gig Harbor and much of Tacoma and Fife.
All sites must be treated three times with Btk, a non-chemical bacterial insecticide approved for organic agriculture. It targets caterpillars and is not… Read More