Is the $18.4 million dollars for a spray program?

The funding, provided in part by the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency, is to support research associated with developing an early intervention strategy. The research is focused on understanding how spruce budworm outbreaks start so that tactics can be developed that will limit or possibly prevent a widespread severe spruce budworm outbreak from occurring. Only the province of Québec is currently engaged in a foliage protection spray program.

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