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LEARN HOW TO STOP THE INVASIVE SPOTTED LANTERNFLY
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Updated: April 27, 2011
Key plants, ones that frequently have diseases, should be monitored on a regular basis. Key plants should not be used in the landscape if one goal at the site is to minimize the amount of maintenance work required to assure the site looks well at all times.
Key diseases (in bold) are those that frequently occur on the plants. The other diseases listed sometimes occur. The following list of key plants and their key diseases was compiled from over 10 years of records from the Penn State Plant Disease Clinic.
is a 90 page, pocket-sized guide to the key diseases of the key plants noted above. The guide contains 109 color photographs of the key diseases. Cost = $7
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