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TAG: spotted lanternfly

How to prepare for spotted lanternfly

June 15, 2022By
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Experts share what pros need to know before adding spotted lanternfly treatments to their plant health program to combat the invasive insect. read more

Arborjet expands pest management webinar offerings

May 10, 2022By

Arborjet announces expansion of its 2022 webinar series to offer upcoming talks on caterpillar threats and spotted lanternfly expansion. read more

The 411 on spotted lanternfly

November 4, 2021By

Spotted lanternflies are a nuisance to turf and ornamental plantings but there are some strategies to implement to control the pest. read more

Quali-Pro’s Bifen I/T approved for spotted lanternfly control

September 3, 2021By
(Photo: Lawrence Barringer, Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture, Bugwood.org)

Quali-Pro's insecticide gets Section 2ee exemption for use in applications to control the invasive spotted lanternfly in select states. read more

Nufarm Americas’ Safari 20 SG Insecticide receives 2(ee) label for spotted lanternfly control

February 27, 2019By

Nufarm Americas’ Safari 20 SG insecticide has received a 2(ee) label for the control of spotted lanternfly in 15 states. “The spotted lanternfly may be one of the most devastating invaders the U.S. has combatted,” said Jason Fausey, Nufarm’s Turf & Ornamental director of technical services. “Safari’s 2ee label is a proven leader when it comes to turning the tide... read more

Space invaders: Invasive insects

August 31, 2018By
Photo: Leah Bauer, USDA Forest Service Northern Research Station, Bugwood.org

Invasive pests are a threat to trees, shrubs, landscapes and crops in every region of the U.S. Left unchecked, they can devastate entire plant species, threatening food supplies and costing billions of dollars in damages. In addition, they’re a nuisance for homeowners trying to enjoy their lawns and landscapes. These invasive insects easily can be transported from place to place... read more