Seeing Spots - Spotted Lanternfly and Spring Egg Hatch
Spotted Lanternfly Walk-About for Green Industry Professionals
Seeing is Believing: Ohio State University Extension Embarks on a Spotted Lanternfly Study Tour
Like many other states in the Midwest, Ohio is preparing for imminent infestations of Spotted Lanternfly (SLF). This invasive planthopper, first detected in Pennsylvania in 2014, poses a threat to the fruit production and plant growth of valuable specialty crops, most notably grapevines. Though infestations have already been confirmed in several counties throughout Ohio, history tells us that additional infestations will continue to appear and grow. Many eastern states have already been contending with this nuisance for the past few years and possess...
Virtual Program - Spotted Lanternfly and the Potential Impacts on the Maple Syrup Industry
Spotted Lanternfy - If You Detect It, Collect It!
Extra Eyes Needed to Look For Spotted Lanternfly (SLF) During the Upcoming Season
Emerald Ash Borer University Kicks-Off Fall Season of Invasive Species Topics
ODA Issues Quarantine for Spotted Lanternfly
ODA Confirms Spotted Lanternfly in Cuyahoga County
Earlier today, September 2, 2021, the Ohio Department of Agriculture announced a population of the invasive Spotted Lanternfly (SLF) has been found on the east side of Cleveland. The information in this alert is from the announcement that ODA distributed today.
The Ohio Department of Agriculture (ODA) was notified of the initial discovery by a tree care professional on August 26, 2021.