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B.C. targets invasive moths with sweeping insecticide spray on Vancouver Island

Summary by Chek News
The B.C. government is planning to spray hundreds of hectares of Vancouver Island with a biological insecticide to help reduce the spread of invasive spongy moths. The aerial treatments occur every year on Vancouver Island, and are intended to kill spongy moth caterpillars and larve who feed on leaves and have destroyed sections of forests in Ontario and the Eastern United States, according to the province. In B.C., the provincial government say…

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