Gypsy moths have been a problem in Michigan since the 1890s when they first showed up in Michigan’s forests.
They are destructive moths that eat their way through trees.
Despite attempts to control the spread of the gypsy moth they continue to be found.
In this week’s “Geyer’s Garden”, StormTracker 6 meteorologist Jim Geyer shows you how to get rid of the pests and why they gypsy moth lives up to its name.
Watch the video above for more.