Coping with the Gypsy Moth on New Frontiers of Infestation

David A. Gansner, Owen W. Herrick, Garland N. Mason, Kurt W. Gottschalk
1987 Southern journal of applied forestry  
Forest managers on new frontiers of infestation are searching for better ways to cope with the gypsy moth (Lymantria dispar). Presented here are information and guidelines for remedial action to minimize future losses. Methods for assessing potential stand defoliation (susceptibility) and mortality (vulnerability), monitoring insect populations, and selecting action alternatives are discussed. With due consideration of management objectives, we address the primary concerns of managers who lack
more » ... managers who lack previous experience with the pest. South. J. Appl. For. 11(4):201-209.
doi:10.1093/sjaf/11.4.201 fatcat:5ypv4bwxnndftkqjqukd3uxtse