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Spotted lanternfly empty egg cases. Photo: Emelie Swackhamer, Penn State
Spotted Lanternfly Permits for Transporting Goods - News News
The spotted lanternfly permitting process is new in the Pennsylvania quarantined area for business, government, and other organizations. More
Managing Invasive Plants
Managing Invasive Plants - Workshops Workshops

Managing Invasive Plants

07/19/2018

Horsham, PA

$70.00
This workshop will provide participants with the knowledge and skills to properly identify invasive plants and develop strategies for treatment and control. More
Perdue Announces Emergency Funding for Spotted Lanternflly in Pennsylvania
Perdue Announces Emergency Funding for Spotted Lanternflly in Pennsylvania - News News
U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue today announced $17.5 million in emergency funding to stop the spread of the spotted lanternfly in southeastern Pennsylvania. More
Michael Skvarla, director of the Insect Identification Lab in Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences, holds a walking stick. Photo by Amy Duke
Penn State Department of Entomology Offers Insect Identification Services - News News
Director of the Insect Identification Lab in Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences knows his bugs More
Photo credit: Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture
PDA Adds 7 Counties to Spotted Lanternfly Quarantine Zone - News News
The quarantine area for spotted lanternfly has expanded and changed from municipal to county-level in an effort to protect at-risk areas. More
Fresh spotted lanternfly egg masses. Photo: Emelie Swackhamer, Penn State
Fall is Egg-laying Season for the Spotted Lanternfly - News News
The Spotted Lanternfly (SLF) continues to be a significant landscape pest in southeastern Pennsylvania. More
Allium Leafminer Adult
Alert: The Allium Leafminer is active! - News News
The Allium Leafminer has emerged this week and we are already seeing feeding damage signs. Protect your crop! More
Figure 2. Pupae in base of allium plants. They have been in the pupal stage throughout the summer, and should emerge as adults this fall. Photo: L. Donoval.
Fall Re-Emergence of the Allium Leafminer - News News
It’s soon time for emergence of allium leafminer adults. More
Corn earworm adult moth.
PestWatch Report - September 6, 2017 - News News
Corn earworm counts spiked to a 3-4 day threshold in Erie, Lycoming, Washington, Westmoreland, and York Counties. More
Codling moth injured apple fruit. Photo: G. Krawczyk, Penn State
Entomology Update for August 30, 2017 - News News
As harvest approaches and the bins are being moved to the orchard, we need to remember that a number of important pests are still present in the orchards. More
Corn earworm counts increased in this farm in Montgomery County, PA. Photo: A. Frankenfield, Penn State
PestWatch Report - August 30, 2017 - News News
Corn earworm counts spiked to a 3-4 day threshold in Erie, Fayette, Lycoming, Washington, Westmoreland, and York Counties. More
Ruth Benner, Penn State University
Weed Identification Walk - Workshops Workshops

Weed Identification Walk

07/25/2018

Erie, PA

$15.00
Join us for a hands-on, interactive session to learn about identifying and managing a variety of broadleaf and grassy weeds in both turf and landscape situations. More
Brown marmorated stink bug adult and nymphs on corn. Photo: G. Krawczyk, Penn State
Insect Bytes for August 10, 2017 - News News
The flights of the second generation codling moth (CM) and third generation oriental fruit moth (OFM) continue in most Pennsylvania pome fruit orchards. More
Hail damaged fruit need protection from fruit rots. Photo: T. Ford, Penn State
Managing Fruit Rots This Season - News News

Managing Fruit Rots This Season

07/28/2017

Management considerations are discussed for mitigating pome and stone fruit rots. Hail damaged fruit destined for juicing still need protection from rots. More
Codling moth injured apple fruit. Photo: G. Krawczyk, Penn State
Entomology Update for July 2017 - News News

Entomology Update for July 2017

07/28/2017

Late July and the beginning of August indicates the time to again intensify the careful management of internal fruit feeders. More
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