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PDA, Extension Give Tips for Handling Woody Debris with Spotted Lanternfly

Thursday, March 31, 2016   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Gregg Robertson
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Spotted LanternflyHARRISBURG - The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture and Penn State Extension have released a fact sheet on how to handle woody debris within the spotted lanternfly quarantine area. Under the quarantine, it is illegal to move any life-cycle stage of the spotted lanternfly out of the quarantine area. Woody debris from spring cleanup could contain spotted lanternfly eggs or larvae.

The fact sheet also gives guidelines for safely composting woody debris and wood chips that may contain spotted lanternfly.

You can download the fact sheet by clicking here. You also can find out more about the quarantine area on the PDA website by clicking here.


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