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Excerpts from the report: To help pest control agencies, forest managers, and landowners cope with the recently severe gypsy moth problem, in 1975 the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) initiated the Expanded Gypsy Moth Program. The overall goal of the program was to find ecologically sound, biologically integrated, and thoroughly practical measures for managing the gypsy moth and reducing its damage. Four USDA agencies, State and other Federal agencies, cooperating universities, and private industries were involved in the coordinated effort. This report summarizes the activities of the 4-year gypsy moth program (1975-78) and highlights important research findings.

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