How you can shield your vineyards away from this destructive pest

The Spotted Lanternfly is an invasive pest making its way around the U.S. from the East Coast and it is destructive to vineyards.

The University of California Extension shares more about this pest and how growers can prepare for it.

California Ag Net reminds producers that if you see a Spotted Lanternfly, you should report it to your local extension agency immediately.

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