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gypsy moth aerial spray

gypsy moth aerial spray

A helicopter speeds over a neighborhood in Minneapolis, Minnesota, spraying Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. kurstaki—an insecticidal bacteria that is non-toxic to humans—atop oaks to kill gypsy moth larvae. (Photo credit: Laurel Haavik, Ph.D.)

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