Friday April 5, 2019
Please join FLS for a complimentary seminar with Dana Rhodes of the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture and Kevin Stewart of the PMTA. The seminar will feature a discussion on the Spotted Lanternfly quarantine, inspection trends and DOT updates.
Do You Know About the Spotted Lanternfly?
- The Spotted Lanternfly (SLF) is an invasive insect, originally from Asia.
- It endangers Pennsylvania’s agriculture sector and parks, damaging plants in general. but especially fruit trees, grapevines, trees, and hops.
- Beginning May, 26, 2018, a quarantine was put in place to stop the movement of SLFs to new areas within or out of the current quarantine zone (Southeastern PA) and to slow its spread within the quarantine.
Starting May 1, 2019, a Spotted Lanternfly Permit is required for those located or working within the quarantine zone, who move vehicles, products or other conveyances within or out of the quarantine.
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Date and Time:
Friday, April 5, 2019
8:30AM – 1:00PM
Guest Speakers begin at 9:00AM
Hotel du Village
The Historical Ballroom
2535 River Road
New Hope, PA 18938
Light breakfast at 8:30AM
Buffet Lunch at 12:00PM