Washington State Department of Agriculture field supervisor Debbie Lycan looks for a suitable tree to place a gypsy moth trap in Priest Point Park in Olympia. The agency will place about 900 gypsy moth traps throughout Thurston County to monitor the invasive pest, which attacks more than 500 species of trees and plants.
Washington State Department of Agriculture field supervisor Debbie Lycan looks for a suitable tree to place a gypsy moth trap in Priest Point Park in Olympia. The agency will place about 900 gypsy moth traps throughout Thurston County to monitor the invasive pest, which attacks more than 500 species of trees and plants. The Olympian
Washington State Department of Agriculture field supervisor Debbie Lycan looks for a suitable tree to place a gypsy moth trap in Priest Point Park in Olympia. The agency will place about 900 gypsy moth traps throughout Thurston County to monitor the invasive pest, which attacks more than 500 species of trees and plants. The Olympian

Keeping forest pest at bay

July 20, 2010 12:00 AM