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A multi-part series highlighting invasive species and their impacts

12 Counties Added to Pennsylvania’s Spotted Lanternfly Quarantine

2020-06-25T15:16:55+00:00

The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture announced that 12 counties have been added to Pennsylvania’s spotted lanternfly quarantine zone ahead of the 2020 spring hatch. With this addition, the quarantine area […]

12 Counties Added to Pennsylvania’s Spotted Lanternfly Quarantine2020-06-25T15:16:55+00:00

THREATS TO THE FOREST INSECTS, PLANTS, AND DISEASES

2020-02-27T16:04:10+00:00

THREATS TO THE FOREST INSECTS, PLANTS, AND DISEASES

Hardwoods Development Council
Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture
2301 North Cameron St.
Harrisburg, PA 17110
Phone: 717.772.3715 | Email: hardwoods@pa.gov
www.agriculture.pa.gov

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Northern Tier […]
THREATS TO THE FOREST INSECTS, PLANTS, AND DISEASES2020-02-27T16:04:10+00:00

FORECON’s Karlie Sherman Discusses the Connection Between Spotted Lantern Fly and Tree of Heaven

2019-09-14T20:00:11+00:00

It is not news that Northeastern forests are experiencing threats from a range of invasive insect and plant species. While the Emerald Ash Borer has received the lion’s share of […]

FORECON’s Karlie Sherman Discusses the Connection Between Spotted Lantern Fly and Tree of Heaven2019-09-14T20:00:11+00:00

What’s the White Stuff on Hemlock Branches and Needles?

2019-06-05T01:08:20+00:00

FORECON has been on the forefront of Hemlock Wooly Adelgid suppression since 2014, treating multiple thousands of trees from the Finger Lakes region all the way to Allegheny National Forest in northwestern Pennsylvania.

What’s the White Stuff on Hemlock Branches and Needles?2019-06-05T01:08:20+00:00
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