Staff and volunteers with the Prince William Cooperative Extension’s
Environment and Natural Resources program provide educational programs for individuals and business to implement sound practices producing aesthetically pleasing landscapes that have minimal negative impacts on the environment. Programs include:
INVASIVE PEST ALERT
The Spotted Lanternfly has been found north of Winchester in Virginia. This insect is a pest of grapes, peaches, hops, and apples. It is commonly associated with tree-of-heaven, Ailanthus altissima. It has the potential to be a serious pest of agriculture and home gardens in Virginia. A new Virginia Cooperative Extension publicaiton on Spotted Lantern Fly can be found at:
If anyone has questions or believes they have found this insect, please report it with location and photos to this website: https://ask.extension.org/groups/1981/ask
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Virginia Cooperative Extension
Environment and Natural Resources
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Manassas VA 20109
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