City services | April 8, 2014
The City of Mississauga invites residents to a workshop to find out how to protect trees on private property from Gypsy Moth damage.
Saturday, April 12, 1 to 4 p.m.
Lorne Park Library (Program Room), 1474 Truscott Drive, Mississauga, ON
City of Mississauga Forestry staff in partnership with BioForest Technologies Inc., a company that specializes in developing pest management strategies and tools, will provide:
The European Gypsy Moth is a pest found throughout North America. The caterpillar eats the leaves of trees which may damage the overall health of the tree. The Gypsy Moth is most commonly found on tree species such as maple, elm, oak, willow, birch and aspen. The Gypsy Moth will always be present in the City of Mississauga. Treatment will not eliminate the Gypsy Moth population but will reduce its numbers and lessen its impact on trees.
Pre-registration is not required. Participants will receive a free moth trap (one per household). To learn more about Gypsy Moth, visit mississauga.ca/gypsymoth or call 311 (905-615-4311 if outside city limits).