Spotted lanternfly: A new headache
from Grower Talks
If you don’t live in the Mid-Atlantic area of the U.S., you’ve probably never heard of spotted lanternfly. But Dr. Jill Calabro, Research & Science Programs Director for AmericanHort, said it’s still worth mentioning, even though it’s only a regional problem at this point. Although it only affects trees, the types that are infected are numerous, which means it could not only become a major headache for those who grow and sell nursery plants, but also landscapers whose clients have these trees in their yards and garden center retailers, since some of their customers may come in looking for treatment solutions.
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