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Spotted lanternfly on apple in Berks County, PA in October 2017. Photo: Erica Smyers, Penn State
Spotted Lanternfly on Grapes and Tree Fruit - Articles Articles

Spotted Lanternfly on Grapes and Tree Fruit

Julie Urban, Dave Biddinger, Ph.D., Ed Rajotte, Ph.D.

Biology, management and slowing the spread of the spotted lanternfly on grapes and tree fruit in the Mid-Atlantic Region. More
What To Do If You Find the Spotted Lanternfly on Your Property
What To Do If You Find the Spotted Lanternfly on Your Property - Articles Articles
This insect is considered a threat to some crops and many people are working to try to prevent it from spreading. More
Photo: Holly Raguza, Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture
Spotted Lanternfly: Tips for Handling Yard Waste in Quarantined Areas - Articles Articles
To prevent the movement of this insect, avoid moving yard waste such as woody plant debris (fallen trees or branches and tree trimmings) outside the quarantine area. More
Photo: Holly Raguza, Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture
How You Can Comply with the Spotted Lanternfly Quarantine Regulations - Articles Articles
Some tips to help you avoid spreading Spotted Lanternfly (SLF) and be in compliance with the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture (PDA) regulations. More
Spotted Lanternfly IPM Management Calendar
Spotted Lanternfly IPM Management Calendar - Articles Articles
There are various management techniques to consider to destroy or control the Spotted Lanternfly. Learn the recommended methods to use during certain times of the year. More
Photo: Nancy Bosold, Horticulture Educator, Penn State Extension, Berks County
Spotted Lanternfly - Articles Articles

Spotted Lanternfly

Emelie Swackhamer, Amy Korman

Learn about the Spotted Lanterfly (SLF), and what action you can take to stop the spread of this invasive insect that is threatening southeastern Pennsylvania. 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
Hania Berdys, Bugwood.org
Escarabajo de la Hoja De Cereales - Articles Articles
Es una plaga, ocasionalmente severa del trigo y la avena en Pennsylvania, pero también se alimenta de la cebada, el centeno y otras gramíneas. 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
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
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Connect with the Crops Team on Social Media - News News
Connect with the Crops Team on Facebook and Twitter to receive regular updates about current issues and educational programs. More
Spotted lanternfly egg masses. Photo: Emelie Swackhamer
How to Destroy Spotted Lanternfly Eggs and Report Your Efforts - News News
People can reduce the populations of spotted lanternfly on their properties by killing the overwintering eggs. More
Spotted Lanternfly Identification and Life Cycle
Spotted Lanternfly Identification and Life Cycle - Videos Videos
Spotted lanternfly is a new invasive insect in Pennsylvania that has the potential to threaten several important agricultural commodities. More
Spotted Lanternfly: Volunteer Banding and the Treatment Program
Spotted Lanternfly: 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
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