Indiana producers need to be on the lookout for spotted lantern fly

The invasive spotted lantern fly has officially migrated to northern Indiana. It poses a significant risk to vineyards, nut trees, and nursery production.

Elizabeth Long with Purdue University spoke with RFD-TV’s own Janet Adkison on the impact it has on ag, the species’ current status, and shares some advice for producers.

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