County finds relief from gypsy moths
It may be but a dim memory when looking up at the green hills of Sussex County, but it was just a couple of years ago that those same hills were brown because all the leaves had been chewed by gypsy moth caterpillars.
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#1 Jul 23, 2010
Seriously despised those things brought over by that damn French man in the 1960's. So completely hated their "guano" in our pool. But where the heck did the crickets go? Haven't heard a chirp in two summers. In fact the Cicada's have been pretty quiet too. Just curious if anyone else noticed.
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