Recommendations for managing weeds, pests and diseases, including rot, scale, blight, mold, gall, canker, lichens, rusts and mildew. Tips on dealing with moths, caterpillars, worms, beetles, borers, spiders and lanternflies.
Magnolia leaf-footed bugs are brown bugs occasionally found on magnolia. They do not pose a risk to human health and do not cause damage to or reduce the vigor of infested trees, but may be nuisance pests.
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Penn State Extension is sponsoring a free information session for members of the green industry, forest products industry and general public.
Learn more about this invasive pest.
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.
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Discussion of the latest updates on the Spotted Lanternfly biology, control, and management in Lehigh County's affected townships.
Learn the best ways to prevent and remedy damage to woody plants caused by ice and snow.
Oak wilt was not known in New York before 2008, but foresters and arborists are managing it there now.
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Biology, management and slowing the spread of the spotted lanternfly on grapes and tree fruit in the Mid-Atlantic Region.
This insect is considered a threat to some crops and many people are working to try to prevent it from spreading.
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.
Some tips to help you avoid spreading Spotted Lanternfly (SLF) and be in compliance with the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture (PDA) regulations.
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.
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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.
The quarantine area for spotted lanternfly has expanded and changed from municipal to county-level in an effort to protect at-risk areas.
The Spotted Lanternfly (SLF) continues to be a significant landscape pest in southeastern Pennsylvania.