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Gypsy Moth Spraying

The Department of Conservation and Natural Resources announced they will start the aerial spraying of state woodlands to combat gypsy moth populations.

Sections of the Allegheny National Forest will also be sprayed to protect trees.

Black Moshannon state park in Centre County, Blue Knob state park in Bedford County and Prince Gallitzin state park in Cambria County will be sprayed in early May.

Oak, Apple, Sweet Gum, Basswood, Birch, Aspen, and Willow trees are affected the most by the gypsy moth.

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