What is the spotted lanternfly?
The spotted lanternfly feeds on sap of many different plants including grapevines, maples, black walnut, and other agricultural and environmentally important plants. An important key to slowing this unwelcome invader is early detection and rapid response, which requires education of citizens and resource professionals.
For more information about invasive spotted lanternfly, view the short informative video below and take the free eLearning module titled Spotted Lanternfly in California.
Video: What is a Spotted Lanterfly?
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With funding from the California Department of Agriculture, and support from a national academic research team, the University of California Master Gardener Program has developed this webpage and accompanying educational eLearning Spotted Lanternfly course.