Spotted Lanternfly: the Next Landscape Invader
Dr. Mike Raupp, University of Maryland
As part of a never-ending stream of invasive species arriving in the US, the spotted lanternfly is on the move in the eastern United States. How this pest arrived in the US is unclear, but like many recent invaders this one likely arrived as an egg mass on a shipment of stone goods from Asia. Learn how to detect spotted lanternfly, key aspects of its seasonal phenology, which plants are at risk and damage it causes. Explore integrated approaches (IPM) to thwart this pest including mechanical, biological and insecticidal tactics.
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