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While heavy infestations of spotted lanternfly on grapevines can kill them, most vines may be able to survive lighter infestations with few ill effects. 

Spotted lanternflies have infested much of the Pennsylvania and other parts of the eastern U.S., and have moved West into other states, like Ohio. But while spotted lanternflies present a threat to some crops, it’s important to take a step back and look at their actual impact.

Julie Geiss encounters the spotted lanternfly for the first time during an outing at Kennywood and is reminded of how vigilance can help stop its spread.

A new publication from Penn State Extension is a must-read for those who want the latest information about the spotted lanternfly. 

The USDA awarded nearly $1 million for a program to use satellite remote sensing to learn more about the spotted lanternfly.

Indiana County Conservation District demonstrated how to use a circle trap to eliminate spotted lanternflies without harming other wildlife. 

The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture has added 11 counties to Pennsylvania’s spotted lanternfly quarantine zone, bringing the total to 45 counties. 

Penn State University dispels myths and persistent fallacies about the spotted lanternfly to help those wishing to learn about and combat the pest.

Ohio Department of Agriculture announced a spotted lanternfly quarantine in Jefferson and Cuyahoga counties in Ohio where there are established populations.

A fourth county — Hampshire County — in addition to Jefferson, Berkeley and Mineral, in West Virginia that hosts the spotted lanternfly.