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SLF Nymphs are Hatched and Growing in Northeast Pennsylvania

Spotted Lanternfly eggs have hatched in Northeastern Pennsylvania. SLF nymphs (the early stages of an SLF life cycle) are present on many trees in the area as they continue to grow into adults. Now is the best time to have us treat your vulnerable trees before they become adults in July. Early contr…

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This is how far the spotted lanternfly might spread, as feds eye funds for fight


Areas in the United States that have been identified as possible spotted lanternfly habitat.U.S. Department of Agriculture image

The spotted lanternfly threatening $18 billion per year worth of Pennsylvania agriculture products could spread throughout the Mid-Atlantic and New England, west into…

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Researchers find 2 fungi that kill Spotted Lanternflies

Two fungi that grow naturally in Pennsylvania killed an infestation of spotted lanternflies near Antietam Lake Park last fall, a discovery that could emerge as a biological weapon to control the spread of the invading Asian insects, according to researchers.

Researchers at Cornell University in I…

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Pennsylvania is Looking For New Ways To Combat Spotted Lanternfly

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 hea…

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