How to Remove and Destroy Spotted Lanternfly Egg Masses
Adult Spotted Lanternfly are laying their eggs now, and we need to be on the lookout if we want to control next year's population! The PA Department of Agric...
Why the spotted lanternfly is invading the Philadelphia region
The spotted lanternfly is an invasive species from Asia that recently showed up in New Jersey, Delaware, and Pennsylvania, and poses big problems for farmers.
How to Capture and Destroy Spotted Lanternfly Nymphs
HUNTINGDON VALLEY, Pa., June 17, 2019 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- The Spotted Lanternfly is a destructive insect that has officially invaded Philadelphia, Bucks and Montgomery Counties! All winter long, their eggs lay waiting for the warm weather, and the Spotted Lanternfly Nymphs have already started to emerge. The experts at Giroud Tree and Lawn share what to look for and how to capture and destroy these destructive insects. - News from Giroud Tree and Lawn, issued by Send2Press Newswire
Researchers discover natural predator to spotted lanternfly
Penn State researchers trying to stop the spread of the invasive Spotted Lanternfly recently discovered a natural predator that can kill the pests. KYW Newsradio's Mark Abrams reports.
How to install sticky bands to trap the spotted lanternfly
Learn how to obtain and install sticky bands to manage spotted lanternflies on your property, while avoiding bycatch — accidentally trapping other animals.
Spotted lanternfly: How to identify it and what to do if it’s in your yard
If you’ve noticed a spotted lanternfly on your tree branches, potted plants, deck or patio, your first instinct might be to admire this attractive red, white and black spotted insect.
Citizens play a vital role in spotted lanternfly management efforts
Citizens are important allies in the fight against the spotted lanternfly, a war that is being waged in 13 counties -- Berks, Bucks, Carbon, Chester, Delaware, Lancaster, Lebanon, Lehigh, Monroe, Montgomery, Northampton, Philadelphia and Schuylkill.
Spotted lanternfly hatching season looms in Berks, 13 other Pennsylvania counties
Public urged to join fight against invasive insect.
Researchers hope to stop spotted lanternfly before species reaches Erie County
Entomologists at the Lake Erie Regional Grape Research and Extension Center hope to slow the spread of the spotted lanternfly before the species reaches Erie County. More than 70 percent of the grapes produced in Pennsylvania are grown here.
What is Pennsylvania and the Government Doing to Combat and Control the Spotted Lanternfly Invasion
HUNTINGDON VALLEY, Pa., Oct. 7, 2019 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- Now that the cooler fall weather is here, the adult Spotted Lanternfly are dying off, but not before laying thousands of eggs which will hatch next spring. Many homeowners are wondering what the government is doing to control the invasive insect. The experts at Giroud Tree and Lawn explain what Pennsylvania is doing to combat Spotted Lanternfly. - News from Giroud Tree and Lawn, issued by Send2Press Newswire
Spotted Lanternfly: What to Look For
Spotted Lanternfly, Lycorma delicatula, is a new threat to Pennsylvania and the United States, and experts are still learning how to combat it.
Spotted Lanternfly Frequently Asked Questions
What is a Spotted Lanternfly/Where did they come from?
Spotted Lanternfly: How big of a threat is it?
Michigan State University Extension applies research from MSU to help Michigan residents solve everyday problems in agriculture, community development, nutrition, family finances, youth development and more.
Pa. looking for new ways to fight spotted lanternfly
Photo by Courtesty Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture (Harrisburg) -- Pennsylvania is looking for new ways to fight the invasive spotted lanternfly, nearly five years after it was first discovered in Berks County. Despite the commonwealth's efforts, the pest is spreading to other states. Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding told lawmakers at a recent budget hearing the strategy to fight the invasive insect so far has been to…
JFK at 100: Secrets of Camelot, hiding in plain sight
Journalist Thomas Oliphant on the stories still being uncovered from archives about the campaign and presidency of John F. Kennedy
We must wage an all-out war against the spotted lanternfly in PA
The invasive species is headed for York and Adams counties, and it could devastate our ag and fruit industry.
Spotted Lanternfly Research: There now are answers to some questions
What to do when you spot a spotted lanternfly
Our view: Pa. must contain spotted lanternfly
Experts and Gov. Tom Wolf toured an area near Harrisburg on Tuesday to inspect the harm wreaked by the colorful, menacing spotted lanternfly. As they did,
The Invasive Spotted Lanternfly: Know What To Do
By Christine Menapace Landscapers in Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia need to be on the lookout for a new invasive insect, ...