Insect & Pest Control
What is the Spotted Lanternfly?
The spotted lanternfly is a destructive invasive pest native to China, India, Vietnam, and eastern Asia. It was recently detected in Eastern Pennsylvania & New Jersey. It feeds on varieties of trees & plants, most specifically ornamental trees (like lilac and dogwood), fruit trees, vines (like grapes), small fruits (such as blueberries), hops, and vegetables.
Spotted Lanternfly Diagnosis
The Spotted Lanternfly nests can be found as muddy-brown egg masses. Dark streaks of spa flowing down the bark of trees. Infested trees may also have honeydew secretions at their bases which usually become covered in black sooty mold over time. Let us help identify if you have an infestation.
Spotted Lanternfly Prevention & Control
Let us help stop the spread. Our expert spraying services will help prevent the spread of the Spotted Lanternfly in your yard and community. If you identify a current infestation, we will remove this invasive species and their eggs from your property protecting all of your tree, shrub & plants in your yard and preventing damage to the agriculture of our homes.