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How to control garlic mustard in a woodlot
Garlic mustard is capable of establishing dense colonies in woodlots, crowding out native plant species. Learn how to manage it on your property.
Asian longhorned tick suspected in cattle deaths in southeast Ohio
There are a lot of unknowns with the invasive Asian longhorned tick. However, some evidence has suggested they could be a new threat to cattle producers.
Buckthorn creates problems for forests, wildlife and agriculture
Common buckthorn and glossy buckthorn are invasive plants that are problematic not only from a forestry/wildlife perspective but also agriculturally.
Pennsylvania phasing in ban of invasive Japanese Barberry
The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture added Japanese Barberry, or Berberis thunbergii, to a list of noxious weeds.
Spotted lanternfly quarantine set for Jefferson and Cuyahoga counties
Ohio Department of Agriculture announced a spotted lanternfly quarantine in Jefferson and Cuyahoga counties in Ohio where there are established populations.
Japanese clover: Helpful or invasive?
Japanese clover is a persistent perennial, woody weed that will compete with your grass for nutrients, whether it be in your yard or in your pasture.
Spotted lanternfly population found near Cleveland
A population of the invasive spotted lanternfly has been found on the east side of Cleveland. The initial discovery was made Aug. 26.
Spotted lanternfly flights not dangerous to public
Penn State educators emphasized that spotted lanternflies do not bite or sting and their flight behavior is short-lived, lasting a few days.
Check Ohio trees for Asian longhorned beetle
The Ohio Department of Agriculture and U.S. Department of Agriculture are asking for your help to look for signs of the invasive Asian longhorned beetle.
Scientists develop model to predict spotted lanternfly hatch
Research conducted by Penn State scientists has led to an online tool that can help predict seasonal egg hatch for spotted lanternflies.