This from the Tachydromos newspaper and roughly translated and reformatted for easier reading.
The Directorate of Agricultural Economics and Veterinary Medicine Magnesias and Sporades informs olive growers, livestock breeders and beekeepers in the following areas that it is necessary to intervene for the preventative control of olive tree pests.
According to research gathered from controlled insect trapping programs and the weather conditions, the time is right to spray insecticide in accordance with the Dakos olive fly control program. A contractor has been hired to operate two spraying teams in the following areas of Skopelos on the following dates.
Agios Konstantinos, Glisteri, Delila and Thrakes (they probably mean Raches)
- Agia Paraskevi, Pefkia, Vromoneri and Diakopi
- Potamia, Alikias, Ditropon, Trachili and Panormos
Papadim, Maratzoni, Michalakis, Karavotsakisma, Agios Ioannis and Kampos
- Stafylos, Voulofas and Kokkinoes
Kalogiros, Nisi, Thrakes (they probably mean Raches) and Stephani
- Ananias, Pyrgos, Karia, Agios Ioannis and Pefkias
Alinios, Mortero, Kourouni, Papakamati and Potami
Papadim, Michalakis, Aloupi, Tsimisa and Agios Riginos
Profetias Elias, Agios Haralampos, Agia Marina, Agios Ierotheos and Limosari (Limnonari?)
The plan is to spray every three olive trees and the program will not last for more than five days.However in the case of local rainfall, temperatures above 28°C or wind of more that 5 Beaufort, the spraying will be temporarily suspended.
Note that in residential areas selective spraying is allowed and land owners are asked to cooperate and help the sprayers to effectively carry out their work. (I suppose that this means opening gates or otherwise allowing access to property).
Also, herders and beekeepers should keep their flocks and hives away from the above areas during the spraying period.