Milkweed attracks and kills Spotted Lanternfly!

Milkweed attracks and kills Spotted Lanternfly!

Spotted Lanternfly is attracted to milkweed (Asclepias sp.) for it’s thick, sweet sap, but has not co-evolved with the plant like the endangered Monarch butterfly and so falls victim to its toxins. Read the full article from North Creek Nurseries...
Spotted Lanternfly Detections in MA

Spotted Lanternfly Detections in MA

Keep an eye out for invasive Spotted Lanternfly (SLF)! Two dead specimens were found in Milford and Norwood, MA, and the Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources (MDAR) was notified that nursery stock bearing spotted lanternfly adults and eggs may have been...