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.
The spotted lanternfly permitting process is new in the Pennsylvania quarantined area for business, government, and other organizations.
Presented by the Penn State Master Gardeners of Lackawanna County.
Many years ago, a homeowner called our office with a question about why her boxwoods were making noise.
This article summarizes one method of capturing and killing spotted lanternfly (SLF): placing sticky bands on trees.
This presentation describes how volunteers should place bands on trees and enter their data.
This webinar discusses the options you have to control spotted lanternfly based on the life cycle of the insect through the year.
By Dana Rhodes Length20:05
The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture has enacted a quarantine order in counties that are infested with the spotted lanternfly.
By David R. Jackson Length17:23
Tree-of-heaven a preferred host of the invasive insect, the spotted lanternfly (SLF.) The tree is used to help monitor for SLF and also as a “trap” trees to help control SLF populations.
By Julie Urban Length22:39
A lot of scientific research is being done to increase our understanding about how the spotted lanternfly behaves and what management methods might be effective.
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.
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.
Learn the best ways to prevent and remedy damage to trees and shrubs caused by ice and snow.
Oak wilt was not known in New York before 2008, but foresters and arborists are managing it there now.
By 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.