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They’re back. Winter moths should be fluttering around porch lights and car headlights any day now, creating a nuisance and laying eggs that may lead to another spring of defoliated and dying trees. That’s the warning from Heather Faubert, who runs the Plant Protection Clinic at the University of Rhode Island. She said the adult moths – an invasive species native to Europe – begin emerging from the ground around Thanksgiving and die before the New Year.[Learn more]
They’re back. Winter moths should be fluttering around porch lights and car headlights any day now, creating a nuisance and laying eggs that may lead to another spring of defoliated and dying trees. That’s the warning from Heather Faubert, who runs the Plant Protection Clinic at the University of Rhode Island. She said the adult moths – an invasive species native to Europe – begin emerging from the ground around Thanksgiving and die before the New Year.[Learn more]
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