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LEARN HOW TO STOP THE INVASIVE SPOTTED LANTERNFLY
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Updated: October 18, 2017
Please refer to product labels and the Penn State Extension Tree Fruit Production Guide for details on chemical use at each timing.
++ = ideal timing of spray for insect control;
+ = presence of pest and possible control;
-- = control generally not needed
AM = apple maggot; ARM = apple rust mite; BMSB = brown marmorated stink bug; CM = codling moth; EAS = European apple sawfly; ERM = European red mite; GA = green apple aphid, spirea aphid; GFW = green fruitworm; LAW = lesser appleworm; OFM = Oriental fruit moth; OBL = obliquebanded leafroller; PC = plum curculio; PLH = potato leafhopper; RAA = rosy apple aphid; RBL = redbanded leafroller; RLH = rose leafhopper; SB = native stink bugs; SJS = San Jose scale; STLM = spotted tentiform leafminer; TABM = tufted apple bud moth; TPB = tarnished plant bug; TSM = twospotted spider mite; WAA = woolly apple aphid; WALH = white apple leafhopper
Source: Penn State Tree Fruit Production Guide
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