Tag: Spotted Lanternfly

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Spotted lanternfly is still infesting New York State

The spotted lanternfly is a destructive, invasive insect that originally came here from Asia. It was first seen in Pennsylvania in 2014 and has quickly spread ever since. The insect feeds on many plants and trees in New York State, and can ... MORE
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Build this trap to kill spotted lanternflies

The northeast is continuing to see plenty of spotted lanternflies, and experts ask that they be killed on sight, but there are so many. Penn State Extension has offered a solution to do more to diminish the continuously growing population. Traps can ... MORE
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These are the five most important things to know about the spotted lanternfly

The spotted lanternfly has invaded numerous states throughout the country at this point, and scientists are working to find a way to reduce the harm they cause as well as their population entirely. While some states focus on crops that the spotted ... MORE
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Spotted lanternflies have been spotted in Kansas, nearby Kentucky, Michigan, and New York

The invasive spotted lanternfly is now being seen in more and more states throughout the country. Recently it’s been spotted in Kansas, close to Kentucky, and dead ones have been found in Michigan. It’s been seen in New York as well. In ... MORE
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Online event is open to all to learn about the Spotted Lanternfly and why officials worry about its destruction

Hobart and William Smith Colleges will be partnering with Finger Lakes PRISM to host and online event about the Spotted Lanternfly. The event will take place Wednesday, Oct. 6 from 10 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. and have presentations from NYS Dept. of ... MORE