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  • Western Spruce Budworm is the most destructive defoliator of coniferous forests in Western North America. Throughout most of its range, the Western Spruce Budworm completes one cycle of development from egg to adult within 12 months. — “Spruce Budworm - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • The culprit here is the spruce budworm and its close relatives in the Choristoneura genus. Reddish-brown tinged conifers with damaged new growth covered in webbing and debris, indicate an area of budworm infestation. — “Insect - Spruce Budworm”, scarab.msu.montana.edu
  • Translations of budworm. budworm synonyms, budworm antonyms. Information about budworm in the free online English dictionary and encyclopedia. 2008) have documented the negative impacts that the spruce budworm, the Douglas-fir beetle, and the mountain pine beetle have had. — “budworm - definition of budworm by the Free Online Dictionary”,
  • The tobacco budworm, Heliothis virescens (Fabricius), is a native species and is found throughout the eastern and southwestern United States, though Tobacco budworm disperses northward annually, and can be found in New England, New York, and southern Canada. — “tobacco budworm - Heliothis virescens (Fabricius)”, entomology.ifas.ufl.edu
  • Budworm. An Educational ARG in Second Life. Home. Blogs. Design Process. Findings. Resources Budworm Design. Provide Design Help. Educational Games. Alternative Reality Games. Augmented. — “Budworm: An Educational ARG in Second Life”, budworm.ca
  • The native budworm (Helicoverpa punctigera or, as it was known, Heliothis punctigera) is native to Australia and is distributed, particularly during spring, throughout much of the central and southern regions of the country. Budworm eggs can be found singly on the growing tips and buds of plants. — “Native budworm”, dpi.vic.gov.au
  • Definition of budworm from Webster's New World College Dictionary. Meaning of budworm. Pronunciation of budworm. Definition of the word budworm. Origin of the word budworm. — “budworm - Definition of budworm at ”,
  • Tobacco budworm adult. Description: Adult: Adults are medium-sized moths with wingspans of 28-35 mm. Adults are variable in color, but the front wings are usually yellowish-brown and are crossed transversely by three dark bands. The hind wings. — “Tobacco Budworm | Entomology, at CAES | UGA”, ent.uga.edu
  • The USFS estimates that the western spruce budworm affected 234,430 acres in Washington in 1990, and 1,027,671 acres in 1991. Chemical spraying operations, although occasionally highly successful in reducing budworm populations, have fallen out of favor as questions about. — “Forest Health - Western Spruce Budworm - WSU - NRS EXT”, ext.nrs.wsu.edu
  • Periodic outbreaks of the spruce budworm are a part of the natural cycle of events associated with the maturing of balsam fir. Since 1909 there have been waves of budworm out breaks throughout the Eastern United States and Canada. — “Spruce Budworm, Eastern United States”, na.fs.fed.us
  • In many parts of Colorado, the tobacco budworm is a serious pest of many Garden flowers. Geranium is a particularly common host, as are petunia and nicotiana are other common hosts, while rose and many other flowers are occasionally damaged. — “Tobacco (Geranium) Budworm”, ext.colostate.edu
  • The western spruce budworm (Choristoneura occidentalis) is a serious defoliator of Douglas-fir, spruces, and true firs in western North America. Budworm outbreaks occur in cycles lasting 3 to 10 years in moist stands and up to 30 years in dry stands. — “Western Spruce Budworm - Utah State University Forestry Extension”, extension.usu.edu
  • budworm (plural budworms) Any of various moth caterpillars. 2007 January 21, The Associated Press, "Adirondacks Are His Life, All After working briefly for a federal entomologist to control the spruce budworm — and spraying DDT from. — “budworm - Wiktionary”,
  • The spruce budworm (Choristoneura fumiferana) is the most significant conifer defoliator found in the boreal ecosystems of North America. There have been periodic spruce budworm outbreaks for centuries, therefore, there have been several studies to determine those trees most susceptible. — “Back to Spruce Budworm”, forest.mtu.edu
  • In Alaska, significant budworm damage was detected in 1978 on white spruce in many residential and park areas of Anchorage. In urban settings, however, the spruce budworm appears to be more damaging in terms of affecting host vigor and aesthetics. — “Spruce Budworm”, fs.fed.us
  • The budworm is a real threat to tobacco crops, too; fortunately for tobacco farmers they have more potent pesticides and better training in using them than the ordinary gardener. I discovered these worms (also known as the geranium/petunia budworm) last summer in my petunias. — “Budworm--Bad Bug”,
  • The budworm is a real threat to tobacco crops, too; fortunately for tobacco farmers they have more potent pesticides and better training in using them than the ordinary gardener. I discovered these worms (also known as the geranium/petunia budworm) last summer in my petunias. — “Adams County Cooperative Extension -”, adams.extension.psu.edu
  • Controlling geranium/tobacco budworm in the garden. If the pesky tobacco/geranium budworm (Helicoverpa virescens) creates havoc with your summer annuals, you might control it by rototilling your. — “Rototilling might destroy budworm larvae”, colostate.edu
  • WideStrike™ Insect Protection provides tobacco budworm control. The tobacco budworm (TBW) is native to North America and can be found ranging as far north as Canada and as far south as Argentina. — “Tobacco Budworm (Heliothis virescens)”,
  • Budworm Lifecycle. Tobacco in eastern North Carolina may experience damage from both corn earworms and budworms with budworms being the most common. Once the budworm completes it's development as a larva (which is a caterpillar) it drops to the ground, wanders around a bit and tunnels into the. — “BUDWORM CONTROL IN FLUE-CURED TOBACCO”, ces.ncsu.edu
  • This Paper will examine the interaction between the spruce budworm The spruce budworm is a very destructive native insect in the northern spruce. — “Spruce Budworm”, online.redwoods.edu

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  • Tech Mist Spray Solutions Inc - Tech Mist Spray Solutions Inc www.yellowpages.ca An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Save your property's personality before it is altered forever. We're environmentally conscious and have the highest reaching spray guns in the industry
  • Spruce Bud Worms Infestation of Spruce Bud worms are killing all my beautiful spruce trees.
  • Laramie Peak Pine Beatle Pt II More of the Laramie Peak Pine Beatle damage, June 2008. Reminiscent of the spruce budworm infestation of the Hood Forest in the mid-90's.
  • Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest Panorama of a peak at Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest
  • Cape Breton Highlands - Nova Scotia || Clip DVD Available and Download to Own at: A Park For All Seasons will take viewers behind the scenes of Canada's most spectacular National Parks. Learn the history, explore the diversity and soak in the beauty of some of our planet's most compelling natural playgrounds. Cape Breton Highlands National Park - Nova Scotia This is the oldest National Park in the Canadian Maritimes. Winding through this prime whale watching territory is the Cabot Trail - showing off the park's most striking assets. Home to some of the highest densities of moose ever recorded anywhere in the world; it's virtually impossible to travel here without seeing some kind of wildlife. But, for Cape Breton it is the explosion of populations that remains a threat. Park ecologists scramble to deal with the aftermath of the budworm and moose infestations, while threats of multiplying populations loom underwater. Cape Breton Highlands is the oldest national park in the Maritimes, but in many ways it's still evolving. ©2009 & 2010 High Fidelity HDTV Media Inc - All Rights Reserved NTSC widescreen 16
  • Unwelcome Guests! The weather WILL warm up and you'll want to make sure these unwelcome guests don't start to appear. Yes, the infamous bud worm. Learn how to prevent them safely to ensure your blooms stay whole!
  • Healthy Landscapes: Urban Forestry Pests The natural forest stands and urban trees in the City of Kamloops and surrounding areas have been impacted by infestations of mountain pine beetle, western pine beetle, spruce budworm and Douglas fir tussock moth.
  • Spruce budworm and MPB in Centineal Valley BLM land in Montana
  • KamloopsUrbanForestry The natural forest stands and urban trees in the City of Kamloops and surrounding areas have been impacted by infestations of mountain pine beetle, western pine beetle, spruce budworm and Douglas fir tussock moth.
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  • Jamee and Josh's Amazing Community Farm Castle. Our amazing castle. Starring: Jamee Josh Gregory the monster. Nestor the ogre Nelson the ogre Rodrigo and Fernando the worm And the bud worm. Our castle was killed by Wolverine man, but it's cool. We got revenge.
  • Balsam Fir/Spruce Budworm foodweb v2 Spruce Budworm Foodweb - Rendered using FoodWeb3D (v2). Labels (node index) are as in online Supplementary Appendix, Table 3: List of parasitoids and entomopathogens associated with herbivores on balsam fir in three plots in New Brunswick - except balsam fir is 105, and budworm is 99. FoodWeb from, "Fluctuations in density of an outbreak species drive diversity cascades in food webs" (2007) Eldon S. Eveleigh, Kevin S. McCann, Peter C. McCarthy, Steven J. Pollock, Christopher J. Lucarotti, Benoit Morin, George A. McDougall, Douglas B. Strongman, John T. Huber, James Umbanhowar, and Lucas DB Faria. PNAS 104(43):1697616981. The image was produced with FoodWeb3D, a program written by RJ Williams and provided by the Pacific Ecoinformatics and Computational Ecology Lab (, Yoon et al. 2004). FoodWeb3D - Yoon, I., RJ Williams, E. Levine, S. Yoon, JA Dunne, and ND Martinez. 2004. Webs on the Web (WoW): 3D visualization of ecological networks on the WWW for collaborative research and education. Proceedings of the IS&T/SPIE Symposium on Electronic Imaging, Visualization and Data ***ysis 5295:124-132.
  • Spruce budworm super heroes Going up in a helicopter to watch spruce budworm spraying near 100 Mile House, BC.
  • Plugging into Energy Independence with 150 MPG Vehicles (Part 1 of 2) Plugging into Energy Independence with 150 MPG Vehicles (Part 1 of 2) - Select Committee on Energy Independence and Global Warming - 2007-07-12 - Continuing its examination of promising technologies to cut our nation's oil dependence and global warming pollution, this Thursday the Select Committee on Energy Independence and Global Warming will explore the potential of plug-in hybrid vehicles. Plug-in hybrids are similar to regular hybrids in that they have both an electric and gasoline motor, but are also fitted with an additional battery pack that can be plugged in, supplying enough power to travel 20 to 60 miles on a single charge rather than on gasoline. Combined with more renewable energy powering the electric grid, and cleaner ethanol fuels, plug-in hybrids can be a significant factor in the drive towards energy independence and putting the brakes on global warming. The hearing will be followed by a hands-on demonstration of the cars on the Capitol grounds. Witnesses: Frank Gaffney, President, Center for Security Policy; Rob Lowe, Actor and Advocate; David Vieau, President and CEO, A123 Systems; Will Wynn, Mayor of Austin, Texas. Video provided by the US House of Representatives.
  • At the top of Hollowtop This just felt great! Andrew and I hiked Hollowtop. This was at the top. Tobacco Root Mountains
  • Cape Breton recovers from the spruce budworm 1989 CBC Archives
  • spruce budworm in Tobacco Roots MTS
  • Bifurcation in a Model of Spruce Budworm Populations The Wolfram Demonstrations Project contains thousands of free interactive visualizations, with new entries added daily. Spruce budworm populations have in recent decades become a classic case study in mathematical biology. This Demonstration illustrates the bifurcation that occurs as a certain parameter is varied in a two-component model of budworm and foliage densities.... Contributed by: Selwyn Hollis
  • Piper Tri-Pacer Low Level Pass A few seconds enjoying low flying an my old Piper in the middle of nowhere in Canada. Actually, I was teaching this very talented young guy how to spray the budworm, which I did in the past with DC-4 tankers. I don't do any turn exceeding 30 degree bank at that altitude with my small plane though...but we always did 45's with the -4 while making a living out of spraying. BUT, never ever with my little Piper. Questions?
  • ant v/s bud worm loonlakeb.c..AVI an ant takes on a bud worm on my picnic table. it was quite the battle however i only got i minute of it
  • Early spring solo hike camp, new hammock, old tarp, budworm boreal forest Hiking is new to me, I am a canoe tripper and winter trekker sled hauler. This is my first back pack hike using a hammock (Warbonnet Blackbird) and a Perfect Trees Crows Nest 3/4, 3 season under quilt (company now renamed and the Crowsnest model is now replaced with the Phoenix model). The set up worked well. Excellent gear, no complaints. I also show my external ridge tarp set up over the edge of the fire. I finish with some brief interpretation of the boreal forest spruce budworm cycle which affects mostly balsam fir, and what the blowdown looks like. Great firewood supply, lousy looking forest.
  • Spruce Budworm Foodweb Spruce Budworm Foodweb - Rendered using FoodWeb3D (v1). FoodWeb - Fluctuations in density of an outbreak species drive diversity cascades in food webs by Eldon S. Eveleigh, Kevin S. McCann, Peter C. McCarthy, Steven J. Pollock, Christopher J. Lucarotti, Benoit Morin, George A. McDougall, Douglas B. Strongman, John T. Huber, James Umbanhowar, and Lucas DB Faria. PNAS 104(43):1697616981. The image was produced with FoodWeb3D, a program written by RJ Williams and provided by the Pacific Ecoinformatics and Computational Ecology Lab (, Yoon et al. 2004). FoodWeb3D - Yoon, I., RJ Williams, E. Levine, S. Yoon, JA Dunne, and ND Martinez. 2004. Webs on the Web (WoW): 3D visualization of ecological networks on the WWW for collaborative research and education. Proceedings of the IS&T/SPIE Symposium on Electronic Imaging, Visualization and Data ***ysis 5295:124-132.
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  • It's a bird, it's a plane... Ugh, it's budworm! While admiring these beautiful Nicotia, I came across the evil enemy of many a "would-be" flower... the budworm.
  • Caught in the act. Holes in your petunias? Here's the likely culprit! See the infamous budworm in action and the evidence. Learn what you'll need to do to make sure these bandits don't ruin your baskets and beautiful blooms.
  • Tobacco Root Mountain Scenery Scenic views of South Meadow Creek, Brannan Lakes, and Sailor Lake in the Tobacco Root Mountains. To use this clip in your project, contact Gerald Blank at .
  • C-121C Super Connie HB-RSC Onboard Lockheed Finest - My window view over the Swiss Alps! Super Constellation Flyers, Lockheed C-121C Super Connie (Star of Switzerland) HB-RSC (ex: N73544) Flight . I was onboard this flight, called bern La- Montanara, flying across the Swiss Alps. (Date: 23 September 2006) HISTORY HB-RSC: provided by the Super Constellation Flyers Association Built at Burbank with the construction number 4175 , it was delivered on November 1. 1956, to the Military Air Transport Services (MATS), it was phase out of active USAF service in 1962, going to the Mississipi Air National Guards (ANG) 183rd Air Transport Squadron. It was quite common for aircraft to be transferred between different ANG units. Next stop was the 167th Aeromedical Transport Squadron of the West Virginia ANG. When the Lockheed C-130 Hercules became available, this C-121C was retired in 1972 and flown to Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona, for storage and eventual disposal. There seemed to be little use for it, but Aviation Specialities at Falcon Field, Mesa, Arizona, had other ideas. The company possessed the last surviving Boeing 307 Stratoliner, and a deal was worked out to obtain the C-121C in trade of the 307. Aviation Specialities had no love for the Stratoliner, and wanted to convert it to join its fleet of B-17 fire bombers/sprayers. However, it also needed a large-acreage sprayer, so the 307 went to the National Air and Space Museum. After Aviation Specialities acquired the Super Connie it received the ...
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  • “About the Forest Pest Management Forum Aerial spray operations against the spruce budworm dominated the agenda, though there were updates on operations against some other forest pests”
    — About the Forum - Forest Pest Management Forum, cfs.nrcan.gc.ca

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  • “Tobacco Budworm and. WordPress blog about Tobacco Budworm. Tobacco Budworm. And he said unto him, As yet far Jehovah, the name of Egypt. And thither again. And Esau the place where he said, Whose daughter of the word of the land which Jehovah before their places,”
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  • “bird activities. birds. Blog Carnival. Book Review. Bug of the Week Bug of the Week: Budworm. Sep-29-2010 By Roberta. Isn't it interesting how plants and”
    — Growing With Science Blog " Blog Archive " Bug of the Week,

  • “A Braconid Wasp Meterous trachynotus and two Tachinid Flies Ceromasia auricaudata and Madremyia saundersii are known to attack the Spruce Budworm larvae. Fly larva usually have a breathing tube at the rear end. Wasp larva doesn't. This is my first post”
    — :: View topic - Spruce Budworm,

  • “Mahoney's Garden Center, 8 garden centers in Eastern MA and Cape Cod. Plants, flowers, garden supplies & patio furniture. Home " Mahoney's Blog. My Petunia Budworm Problem. Wed, 08/11/2010 - 11:50am — Mike Mahoney. My petunias weren't looking very floriferous. Weak in the blossom department”
    — My Petunia Budworm Problem | Mahoney's Garden Centers,

  • “GWD3-Q38:Kate:  The recent decline in numbers of the Tennessee warbler, a North American songbird that migrates each fall to coffee plantations in South America, is due to the elimination of the”
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