NB Spruce Budworm Treatment Concludes for 2015 – June 23, 2015

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Working between the poorer weather conditions, we were able to complete our experimental treatment applications as of the morning of […]

Weather has not been cooperating with us and we are still waiting for the first application of Btk in the […]

There was some great news this week for the spruce budworm research group at the Atlantic Forestry Centre in Fredericton. Natural Resources […]

As many people have already heard, the NB Department of Natural Resources working with the forestry companies have detected a potential spruce budworm […]

If you have been following the news on spruce budworm lately, you likely know it is on the rise again. […]

Spruce budworm has arrived in New Brunswick. In recent years the New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources in coordination with […]

Spruce budworm has more or less completed its feeding for this year in Atlantic Canada and has shifted into the […]

Predators and parasitoids (a.k.a., natural enemies) are thought to be the primary agents keeping spruce budworm populations low during the […]

As trees become old or ‘overmature’, many become more susceptible to insects and diseases. One of the major hypotheses generated […]

April and May of 2014 have been busy months as we prepare for the upcoming spruce budworm studies in northern […]