Spotted Lanternfly Project Needs Volunteers

Spotted Lantern Fly pushes South in Virginia The Spotted Lantern Fly (SLF) is the latest in a long list of non-native insects that are making their way through Virginia. Introduced into Eastern Pennsylvania from Asia, the Spotted Lantern Fly has moved easily into western PA and south into Maryland and Virginia.  Most recently, small populations have…

New Project for Headwaters Chapter: Spotted Lantern Fly

Photo: by Virginia Cooperative Extension, https://ext.vt.edu/agriculture/commercial-horticulture/spotted-lanternfly.html Early, immature stages of the spotted lanternfly are wingless and black and have white spots that develop to red patches.   Spotted Lantern Fly is now officially listed as a project for Headwaters Chapter Spotted Lantern Fly (SLF) is a new invasive insect pest that has the potential to impact farmers and…