Spotted lanternflies spread westward, threaten vineyards and hopyards

Spotted lanternflies spread westward, threaten vineyards and hopyards

CNBC Television published this video item, entitled “Spotted lanternflies spread westward, threaten vineyards and hopyards” – below is their description.

Spotted lanternflies are now in 14 states and have spread as far west as Indiana. The invasive species was first discovered in Pennsylvania in 2014, and even though they may not be as destructive as originally thought, they still threaten vineyards, hopyards and orchards.

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