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Easter Bug Hunt! Kids Staying Home From School can Keep Busy with a Spotted Lanternfly Egg Hunt in the Yard

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Spotted Lanternfly are beautiful but destructive insects that have invaded Pennsylvania. The good news is kids can help get rid of Spotted Lanternfly! The experts at Giroud Tree and Lawn share why these are bad bugs, and what kids need to know to go on a Spotted Lanternfly Egg Hunt!

How to Check for Signs of Spotted Lanternfly Before Purchasing a 2019 Christmas Tree

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Finding the perfect Christmas trees is one of the highlights of the holiday season. However, with the recent invasion of the Spotted Lanternfly, many Pennsylvanians are left wondering if they should be hesitant about bringing a possible tainted topiary into their home. The experts at Giroud Tree and Lawn explain what to look for on Christmas trees before buying one.

Giroud Tree and Lawn Explains Home Owners Should Remove Ailanthus Trees – a Host Plant for Spotted Lanternfly

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Researchers are still learning about the Spotted Lanternfly, an invasive insect attacking trees and causing property damage across Pennsylvania. Penn State, along with the PA Department of Agriculture and the USDA, has been researching the habits and life cycle of Spotted Lanternfly since it first appeared in Berks County in 2014.

Giroud Tree and Lawn explains what Pennsylvania is Doing in 2019 to Combat Spotted Lanternfly

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Now that the cooler fall weather is here, the adult Spotted Lanternfly are dying off, but not before laying thousands of eggs which will hatch next spring. Many homeowners are wondering what the government is doing to control the invasive insect. The experts at Giroud Tree and Lawn explain what Pennsylvania is doing to combat Spotted Lanternfly.

How to Remove and Destroy Spotted Lanternfly Egg Masses in 2019

eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Now that the cooler fall weather is here, the adult Spotted Lanternfly are dying off, but not before laying thousands of eggs which will hatch next spring. The experts at Giroud Tree and Lawn show homeowners how to remove and destroy Spotted Lanternfly Egg Masses in an instructional video.

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