Spotted Lanternfly

ZAP saves infested trees


“The Spotted Lanternfly (SLF), Lycorma delicatula (White), is an invasive planthopper native to China, India, Vietnam.  It was first discovered in Pennsylvania in Berks County and has spread to other counties in the southeast portion of the Commonwealth.  This insect has the potential to greatly impact agricultural crops such as grapes, hops, and hardwoods.  It is also reducing the quality of life for people living in heavily infested areas.”  – Penn State Extension


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Last year in the tri-state area the Spotted Lanternfly population exploded and it is expected to carry over into this year. We offered treatment for them last year and are prepared to continue fighting back this season to contribute in diminishing the spread of this invasive species.

Our treatment method typically consists of saturating all infested trees with insecticide using our power spray equipment. This treatment will eliminate all nymphal stages and adults, however, if you have egg masses you will need a follow up treatment after the eggs hatch next season.


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