Regina sprays for above average tree pest populations

May 17, 2017
Water is used in a demonstration of tent caterpillar spraying.
Water is used in a demonstration of tent caterpillar spraying.
Spraying has begun in Regina, Sask. to keep tent caterpillars and cankerworms under control. The city has seen above average populations of the pest insects so far this year and is using an environmentally friendly pesticide to keep its trees in a healthy state.

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