Spruce Budworm treatments conclude in New Brunswick and Newfoundland for 2020

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Although the treatment of ‘hotspots’ in New Brunswick and Great Northern Peninsula of Newfoundland are complete, the work to prevent […]

Over the past few years, the Healthy Forest Partnership, with the help of its partners and several community scientists, has […]

Spruce budworm (Choristoneura fumiferana) is a cyclical native needle-eater of mostly balsam fir and white spruce. English Only To read […]

A program to control the spread of spruce budworm in New Brunswick will proceed this year, with precautions being taken […]

Researchers say the results of their early intervention approach for preventing a spruce budworm outbreak in New Brunswick are encouraging. […]

The most recent fight against the damaging spruce budworm is being won, so says one of the people in charge […]

Historically, periodic spruce budworm outbreaks have destroyed hundreds of millions of cubic meters of timber, leading to substantial economic losses […]

There’s been some welcome good news in New Brunswick’s forestry sector this year – a 90 per cent decrease in […]

The spruce budworm is a notorious forest pest that has been causing havoc in recent years in Eastern Canada. It […]

To the spruce budworm, for much of its life, tree needles are tasty, and buds for new growth are particularly […]