Spotted lanternfly infestation poses existential threat to wineries, vineyards across Delaware Valley

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CBS PHILADELPHIA 3 – Fears are growing in Pennsylvania about the spotted lanternfly, an invasive pest with no natural enemies in the United States. Now, agriculture officials are warning that the pest may wreak havoc on wineries and vineyards.

The lanternfly is now showing up in Philadelphia. At Love Park on Friday, Pennsylvania’s deputy secretary of agriculture was joined by others to highlight the threat that exists from the pest.

Of particular concern is agriculture — especially wineries and vineyards …

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