Authors as Published

Andy Dechaine, Eric Day, and Douglas Pfeiffer, Entomology, Virginia Tech; Mark Sutphin, Extension Agent, Virginia Cooperative Extension

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Spotted Lanternfly (SLF) has quickly established itself as an agricultural pest, feeding mostly on grapes and fruit trees, but is also known to feed on many species of hardwoods. As a result, SLF has become a large residential pest where it is established.

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Publication Date

August 9, 2019