Spotted Lanternflies are relatively new pests to our area, but they have been able to reproduce rather quickly. Since the first Spotted Lanternfly was discovered in Pennsylvania, they have been detected in 11 eastern states and counting. They are believed to have arrived on shipments of stone from China.
Spotted Lanternflies will lay their eggs on any flat vertical surface including the trees, stones, vehicles, outdoor furniture, and even swing sets around your home. They are also not very strong flyers which means the chance of a spotted lanternfly flying into your head is a real thing. While they don’t bite or sting, they are a nuisance and can seriously ruin your outdoor experience. They can even threaten our wine!
“We installed your Termite Defensive a number of years ago and have not seen even one termite since the system was installed.”