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When you travel in and out of the quarantine zone, check your car and outdoor equipment grills, outdoor furniture, landscaping supplies, mowers, etc. Check for SLF egg masses from late fall to early spring. Remember that egg masses may be underneath your car or in your wheel well.
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During all other times of the year, check for nymphs and adults, and keep your windows rolled up when you park. Walk around your property to check for egg masses on trees, cement blocks, rocks, and any other hard surface. If you find egg masses on your property from September to May, you can scrape them off using a plastic card or putty knife Figure 3. Scrape them into a bag or container filled with rubbing alcohol or hand sanitizer and keep them in this solution permanently.
Egg masses can also be smashed or burned.
Remember that some eggs will be laid at the tops of trees and may not be possible to reach. Figure 3. Scraping SLF egg masses from a tree. When the nymphs first hatch, they will walk up the trees to feed on the softer new growth of the plant. Take advantage of this behavior by wrapping tree trunks in sticky tape and trapping the nymphs. Any tree can be banded, but we recommend only banding trees where SLF are abundant Figure 4.
Tape may be purchased online or from your local garden center. Push pins can be used to secure the band. While some bands may catch adults, banding trees is most effective for nymphs. Be advised that birds and small mammals stuck to the tape, while rare, have been reported.
To avoid this, you can cage your sticky bands in wire or fencing material wrapped around the tree. Alternately, try reducing the width of the band, so that less surface area is exposed to birds and other mammals. Both of these methods will still capture SLF effectively. Check and change traps at least every other week or more often in highly infested areas. Figure 4. A banded tree with SLF nymphs stuck at the bottom. Tree-of-heaven Ailanthus altissima is an invasive plant, but it is common in landscape plantings and disturbed areas, such as along the sides of roads. This is the preferred host for SLF, and current management efforts are focused on removing this tree.
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Apply herbicide to the tree from July to September and wait at least 30 days before removing the tree. Failure to apply herbicide will result in new growth from the stump; even when treated, multiple applications may be necessary over time to completely kill the tree.
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These trees can get very tall, so seek the help of a tree care service if necessary. Tree-of-heaven is named because of its rapid growth; it can reach up to feet tall and 6 feet in diameter. The bark of tree-of-heaven is similar to the outside of a cantaloupe. When crushed, the leaves put off a foul odor that many describe as rotten peanut butter. This tree can be mistaken for other native species, including black walnut, hickory, and staghorn sumac.
For help identifying and treating this plant, visit the Penn State Extension spotted lanternfly website. While tree-of-heaven is a preferred host, SLF feeds on a large variety of plants, including many of the trees in your backyard. Removing these may not be preferred; refer to the next section for further guidance. Only use insecticides that are registered by the Environmental Protection Agency EPA to treat any insect on your property.
Home remedies should not be used against spotted lanternfly because they may be unsafe to humans, pets, and plants and could be illegal. The duration of control that remains after application i. Contact insecticides kill SLF when the chemical contacts the insect as a direct spray or when the insect walks over a surface with insecticide residue on it.
Systemic insecticides are absorbed by tree roots, bark, or leaves and are moved through its vascular system to other parts of the tree. When systemic insecticides are used, SLF is killed as it feeds on any part of the tree, even if it was not sprayed directly e. Systemic insecticides work best when applied from July-September. However, systemics can also be applied at other times of year, depending on the application method.
For example, a soil drench should be applied earlier in the summer. There are four main methods to apply insecticides: tree injection applied by professional applicators , bark sprays, soil drenches, and direct sprays can be applied by homeowners. The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture and the U.
Department of Agriculture are currently using the systemic insecticide dinotefuran as bark sprays on tree-of-heaven to kill SLF. Systemic insecticides can work well and have residual activity that lasts from several weeks to several months. Property owners should consider hiring a certified pesticide applicator to make insecticide applications.
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