The MDA, in collaboration with federal, state, and local partners, is proposing to treat isolated gypsy moth populations in Chisholm, Lakeville, and Stillwater in the spring of 2019.

A state monitoring program found a high number of moths in the three areas in 2018. Follow-up site visits also found gypsy moth egg masses. This indicates there are reproducing gypsy moth populations.

All of this information has prompted the MDA and the Minnesota Gypsy Moth Program Advisory Committee to develop proposed treatments for 2019.

Chisholm

The MDA is proposing a management plan to eradicate a reproducing gypsy moth population in the city of Chisholm. The proposed treatment area is 135 acres and is located east of Longyear Lake in the eastern portion of the Chisholm.

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Map of Chisholm gypsy moth proposed treatment area
 

This map shows the proposed impacted area. The management plan for this area includes the aerial application of Foray/Btk. The final treatment block will be smaller. Click here to read more about this proposal.

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Lakeville

The MDA is proposing a management plan to eradicate a reproducing gypsy moth population in the city of Lakeville and Credit River Township. The proposed treatment area is 133 acres. It is located along the western border of the city of Lakeville and straddles Judicial Road (the county boundary). The majority of the proposed treatment block (106 acres) is located in Lakeville. The western edge of the proposed treatment block extends into in Credit River Township, Scott County (27 acres).

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Map of Lakeville proposed gypsy moth treatment area
 

The management plan for this area includes the aerial application of Foray/BtkClick here to read more about this proposal.

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Stillwater

The MDA is proposing a management plan to eradicate a reproducing gypsy moth population in the city of Stillwater. The proposed treatment block is 633 acres in the southwest part of the city.

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Map of Stillwater proposed gypsy moth treatment area

This map shows the proposed impacted area. The management plan for this area includes the aerial application of Foray/Btk. The final treatment block will be smaller. Click here to read more about this proposal.

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  • Or text “MDA STILLWATER” to 468311 to receive text updates.
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