Information on the major pests of fruit crops in Pennsylvania and pest management practices for growing fruit crops such as tree fruits, grapes, brambles, and berries.
Green fruit worm larva

Green fruit worm larva

Informative fact sheets found in the Tree Fruit Production Guide

Spotted Lanternfly is an invasive sap-feeding planthopper and was first discovered in the United States in Berks County in September, 2014. Upon confirmation of the presence of this pest, the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture began working with faculty in Penn State's Department of Entomology, Penn State Extension, USDA, and other scientific experts across the US and in Asia, to understand the threat posed by this insect, in order to prevent its spread and potential impact to Pennsylvania's agricultural economy and natural resources.