A team of scientists seek to learn more about the purpose of the invasive fruit pest’s in-flight and post-flight behavior.
Reports of populations established in another county prompted a new quarantine and Delaware extends border restrictions for feared invasive pest.
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The quarantine restricts movement of certain goods into New York from New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Virginia.
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Penn State trial looked at efficacy of 20 insecticides, some not labeled for the pest meanwhile New York grape growers can use a few biological controls.
Threat of invasive pest widens for fruit growers in the Empire State.
Invasive pest continues to spread its wings; now confirmed in three New Jersey counties.
Quarantine expands as feared fruit pest is found in county not adjacent to first find in state.
With cargo being shipped daily all over the world, it’s no wonder there are invasive pests landing in the U.S. — including these tiny but formidable foes.
The invasive pest was initially found in the state earlier this year, but now another first: infiltrating a cultivated crop.
A large survey to be conducted this winter to scout for populations possibly established or trying to establish in the state.
Pennsylvania receives $3 million from USDA for outreach efforts, control measures for this invasive pest.
More townships added as small populations of the pest are found in municipalities adjacent to previously quarantined areas.
A quarantine for the spotted lanternfly, which was discovered last year in Pennsylvania, has expanded to several townships […]
In 2014, an invasive pest called spotted lanternfly was discovered in Berks County, PA. However, Penn State Professor […]
Although the spotted lanternfly has been limited to a 20-mile radius in the state, without proper reporting and eradication, the risk for this species to spread is great.