About two weeks ago, the Spotted Lanternfly was first seen in Schuylkill County. "It is a piercing, sucking insect," Penn State Extension Master Gardener Coordinator Susan Hyland said. Hyland said this is a fly the county doesn't want around. It's known to kill trees and other crops by sucking the juices out of them. She said the lanternfly goes after fruit trees as well as grapes vines. "That's going to harm the tree," Hyland said. "It's going to... [Read More]
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