Playing matchbreakers – scientists explore pheromones in managing spruce budworm populations

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By Dr. Lucas E. Roscoe, Research Scientist at the Canadian Forest Service (Natural Resources Canada) Insects find their way around […]

As growing spruce budworm populations continue to fluctuate in Maine, the Maine Forest Service, University of Maine Cooperative Forestry Research […]

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Efforts to reduce the population of an insect that is harmful to trees have proven to be successful on the […]

On behalf of the Healthy Forest Partnership, I would like to invite you to our webinar “Spruce Budworm Early Intervention: […]

Over the last two years, millions of moths took to the skies above the cold waters of Atlantic Canada, flying […]

The province says it will spend $40 million over the next four years to combat outbreaks of pesky budworms that […]

Verso Corp. paper mill in Duluth, now closed, bought a lot of spruce and balsam firs to make 300,000 tons […]

The spruce budworm population on the island’s west coast has seen an increase over the last year according to researchers. […]

How is the spruce budworm epidemic evolving on the North Shore? According to the Department of Forests, Wildlife and Parks, the […]