European Gypsy Moth
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The European Gypsy Moth, also called the North American Gypsy Moth, is established in southern Ontario, southern Quebec, southwestern New Brunswick and southwestern Nova Scotia.
What information is available?
- Pest Fact Sheet
- Policy Directives
- D-08-04: Plant Protection Import Requirements for Plants and Plant Parts for Planting: Preventing the Entry and Spread of Regulated Plant Pests Associated with the Plants for Planting Pathway
- D-02-12: Import requirements for non-processed wood and other non-propagative wood products, except solid wood packaging material, from all areas other than the continental United States
- D-01-12: Phytosanitary Requirements for the Importation and Domestic Movement of Firewood
- D-98-09: Comprehensive policy to control the spread of North American gypsy moth, Lymantria dispar in Canada and the United States
- D-98-08: Entry Requirements for Wood Packaging Materials Produced in All Areas Other Than the Continental United States
- D-96-12: Greenhouse Certification Program for Export of Greenhouse-Grown Plants to the United States (U.S.)
- D-95-11: Export requirements for cut Christmas trees to Mexico
- D-95-08: General Import Requirements for Fresh Temperate Fruits from the World
- United States - United States Department of Agriculture - Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service
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