State Warns Public to to Be on Look Out for Spotted Lanternfly

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Here we go again. First, it was the emerald ash borer that marched relentlessly from west to east across the commonwealth, leaving a trail of decimated ash trees in its wake. Now, the spotted lanternfly is threatening to spread from southeastern Pennsylvania and could wreak even more havoc than the ash borer.

According to the state Department of Agriculture, the pest poses a significant threat to the grape, apple, and stone fruit industries, worth nearly $175 million, as well as the state‚Äôs $12 billion hardwood industry. 

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