Eastern tent caterpillars are numerous on our small central Kentucky farm this year. They have defoliated the spring leaf growth on most of the wild black cherry trees and are now crawling around in great numbers on board fences, stone walls, and most points in between.

This makes a recent scientific publication all the more timely. In an invited review for the April issue of the

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