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Topic - Martha Sylvia
Martha Sylvia, a research technician at the University of Massachusetts cranberry station, said growers should expect to start spraying earlier and more often because there's "definitely an upswing" in winter moths, she said.
"We just know we're in for it," Sylvia said.