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Spotted Lanternfly: What to Look For
Spotted Lanternfly: What to Look For - Articles Articles
Spotted Lanternfly, Lycorma delicatula, is a new threat to Pennsylvania and the United States, and experts are still learning how to combat it. More
Spotted lanternfly adults on Ailanthus. Photo: Emelie Swackhamer
What To Do If You Find Spotted Lanternfly - Articles Articles
The spotted lanternfly is an invasive insect that was first found in Pennsylvania in 2014. More
Tufted apple budmoth larva on fruit. G. Krawczyk.
Late Summer Management of Orchard Pests - Articles Articles

Late Summer Management of Orchard Pests

Grzegorz (Greg) Krawczyk, Ph.D.

Tufted apple bud moth, obliquebanded leafroller, Oriental fruit moth, codling moth and brown marmorated stink bug should be monitored in late summer. More
Delta trap for monitoring insect pests.
Spring Monitoring and Management Recommendations for Insect and Mite Pests - Articles Articles
It cannot be overstated how important it is to aggressively monitor all insect pests in each orchard, especially with the additional pressure coming from brown marmorated stink bug. More
Under normal conditions, overwintering adults emerge from their winter hideouts in early spring to mid-June and immediately move to feed on available hosts. Photo by G. Krawczyk.
Brown Marmorated Stink Bug in Orchards - Articles Articles

Brown Marmorated Stink Bug in Orchards

Grzegorz (Greg) Krawczyk, Ph.D.

The brown marmorated stink bug (BMSB), Halyomorpha halys, is an exotic insect species naturally occurring in Japan, southern China, and Korea. More
Brown Marmorated Stink Bug as a Pest of Corn and Soybeans
Brown Marmorated Stink Bug as a Pest of Corn and Soybeans - Articles Articles
Brown marmorated stink bugs tend to be problematic because they prefer to feed upon reproductive tissues, those tissues that will be harvested. More
Assessing Soybean Fields for Insect Damage
Assessing Soybean Fields for Insect Damage - Articles Articles
This time of year (July) a suite of insect pest species are feeding upon soybean foliage. More
Figure 1. Adult brown marmorated stink bug
Brown Marmorated Stink Bug as a House Pest - Articles Articles
The brown marmorated stink bug (Halyomorpha halys) was apparently accidentally introduced into eastern Pennsylvania in the 1990s. More
Brown marmorated stink bug
Brown Marmorated Stink Bug as an Agricultural Pest - Articles Articles
The brown marmorated stink bug (BMSB) was first collected in September of 1998 in Allentown, but probably arrived several years earlier. More
Spotted lanternfly nymph. Photo: E. Swackhamer, Penn State
Spotted Lanternfly Eggs Hatching in April This Year - News News
Spotted Lanternfly (SLF) is a fulgorid planthopper. More
Spotted lanternfly 4th instar nymphs. Photo: E. Swackhamer, Penn State
How to Comply with the Spotted Lanternfly Regulations - News News
Lycorma delicatula, commonly known as the spotted lanternfly (SLF), is a new invasive insect in southeastern Pennsylvania. More
Volunteer Banding and the Treatment Program
Volunteer Banding and the Treatment Program - Videos Videos
Residents in the infested area of Spotted lanternfly can participate in the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture's (PDA) volunteer program. More
Brown Marmorated Stink Bugs
Brown Marmorated Stink Bugs - Articles Articles
The Brown Marmorated Stink Bug is a newly introduced agricultural pest in the United States. Commercial stone fruit production is at risk, particularly peaches. More
What's that Smell? The Stinkbugs are Back!
What's that Smell? The Stinkbugs are Back! - Articles Articles
The Brown Marmorated Stink Bug is an insect native to China, Japan, Korea and Taiwan that was accidently introduced into Pennsylvania in the late nineties. More
How To Remove Spotted Lanternfly Eggs
How To Remove Spotted Lanternfly Eggs - Videos Videos

How To Remove Spotted Lanternfly Eggs

Emelie Swackhamer

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Pennsylvania State Senator Judy Schwank shares this video to help Pennsylvania residents learn how to scrape and destroy spotted lanternfly egg masses. More
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