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Henry Trial Jr.

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Spruce Budworm in Maine: The End of the Outbreak: Biological Conditions in 1986, 1987, and 1988, and a Look at the Future

by Henry Trial, Jr., Insect and Disease Management Division

Technical Report No. 28

Maine Forest Service, Dept. of Conservation, Augusta, Maine, October 1989.

Contents: Introduction / Biological Conditions in 1986, 1987, and 1988 / Control Activities / Forest Conditions-1986 to 1988 and a Look at the Future / Spray Operations and Forecast of Conditions in Quebec and New Brunswick, 1986-1988 / The Future of Budworm in the Region and in Maine / List of Figures / List of Tables

Publication Date

10-1989

Publisher

Maine Forest Service

City

Augusta, Maine

Keywords

Forestry, Forests, Aerial Spraying, Spruce Budworm, Pest Control, Forest Pests, Defoliation, Moths, Budworm Population, Spruce, Fir Trees, Maine Forest Service, Tree Damage, Pesticides, Insecticides, Gypsy Moth, Forest Insects, Insect Pests, Spraying

Disciplines

Entomology | Environmental Sciences | Forest Biology | Forest Management | Forest Sciences | Natural Resources Management and Policy | Other Forestry and Forest Sciences

Comments

USM Library Portland Gov.Docs. F 75/2.30:Sp 766

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Spruce Budworm in Maine: The End of the Outbreak: Biological Conditions in 1986, 1987, and 1988, and a Look at the Future


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