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Cornell University-led research reports that two local fungal pathogens could potentially curb the destruction of the spotted lanternfly.

Learn more about an allergic syndrome that a producer can develop after getting bitten by a fairly new (to the Midwest) tick invader —the Lone Star tick.

The West Virginia Department of Agriculture has detected boxwood blight at residential and commercial landscapes throughout the state.

Here's the lesson. Poison ivy is a chameleon. It can grow as a vine, a shrub or even a small tree. Scott Shalaway offers tips to avoid it.

Learn how to obtain and install sticky bands to manage spotted lanternflies on your property, while avoiding bycatch — accidentally trapping other animals.

Get out your soil probes and shovels and help Penn State Extension, the SCN Coalition, and the Pennsylvania Soybean Board track the Soybean Cyst Nematode.

About 35 million Americans move every year, making the possibility of transporting invasive pests high. Learn how to avoid taking invasive pests with you.

Periodical cicada Brood VIII will emerge, in mid-May or June, in western Pennsylvania, eastern Ohio and the northern panhandle of West Virginia.

The key to grub management is to coordinate your attack with the stage the pest is at in its lifecycle. Learn which control methods to use at each stage.

Garden crops have a lot of enemies, but few are as nonselective and destructive as slugs. Learn how to control the damage they cause in your garden.
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