Got Spotted Lanternfly Eggs on Your Tree? Send ‘Em Through the Wood Chipper

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The invasive spotted lanternfly often lays its eggs on tree limbs and trunks. A new study finds that putting infested wood through a wood chipper effectively destroys spotted lanternfly egg masses, and researchers recommend the practice for reducing the potential spread of the pest.

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