Buck Moth Caterpillar Eggs Hatch This Month

Daniel Gill, West, Lisa

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(Radio News 03/05/07) Buck moth caterpillars are black, spiny, stinging caterpillars that are found on oaks. The eggs were laid in December and generally hatch in March. If you think you may have serious problems, you can have your trees commercially sprayed this month to control the infestations. (Runtime: 60 seconds)
3/23/2007 8:39:18 PM
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