ID

ENTO-323NP

Authors as Published

Douglas G. Pfeiffer, Eric R. Day, Theresa Dellinger, Andy Dechaine, (Department of Entomology, Virginia Tech) and Mark Sutphin (Virginia Cooperative Extension)

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Spotted lanternfly is a new and major invasive pest in Virginia. Grapes are the most vulnerable crop of its 70+ host plants. This 2-page factsheet provides information on identification and biology, pest status and management, the quarantine established by VDACS, and links to further information.


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Publication Date

August 12, 2019