Tuesday, June 1, 2021
7:30 pm - 10:00 pm
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Richmond Hill Garden & Horticultural Society
2020 was a banner year for gypsy moth deforestation in Ontario – the worst ever! This is an invasive moth that, in earlier life stages, has a huge appetite for a variety of trees and shrubs. Attendees of tonight’s presentation will learn why the gypsy moth deserves our attention, the moth’s life stages and techniques we can employ in our gardens to help reduce the population.
David Dutkiewicz is an entomology technician with the Invasive Species Centre (InvasiveSpeciesCentre.ca), working in the insect diagnostics lab at the Great Lakes Forestry Centre in Sault Ste. Marie. David earned a Master of Science degree in environmental science from the University of Guelph and his professional work is focused on forest pests and invasive species, with a specialization in beetles and moth/butterfly larvae.
Members: Instructions for participation in this virtual event will be emailed to members twice – once on the Friday prior to the meeting, and again on Monday. Instructions are also available by logging into our site and checking the “members-only” version of this event.
Visitors: Guests are welcome to participate in this virtual event for $5. Instructions for participation will be emailed to non-society members who complete the registration process prior to the event start time – please visit the website at http://www.richmondhillgardensociety.org/event-4128941 and click on the “Register” button to begin.
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