Spotted Lanternfly Reports Up 147%, PA Department of Agriculture Says
Published:09 Oct.2020    Source:Penn State
BETHLEHEM, PA - Temperatures might have dropped across the Lehigh Valley, but reports of the Spotted Lanternfly are reaching a new high.


"It’s a crucial time to kill them," explains Press Secretary for the PA Department of Agriculture, Shannon Powers, "because each Spotted Lanternfly this year, each female, can mean 50 babies next spring."