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January 31, 2024

PEST ALERT: Spotted Lanternfly

It’s here! And it’s not suppose to be. The Spotted Lanternfly has been spotted close to home. This invasive insect all the way from China prefers to feed on Black Walnut, Ailanthus, Silver Maple, Willow, Birch, and Cherry trees, as well as a few others.

Click the link below to find out more in Purdue's Landscape Report.

Spotted Lanternfly Now in Northern and Southern Indiana - Purdue Landscape Report

Spotted Lanternfly adult lateral view (GregHoover).jpg
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