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Spotted Lanternfly Quarantine

Lower Milford Township is now in the Quarantined area
for the spotted lanternfly


If you have a wooded lot, please be on the lookout for this bug
and their eggs on your trees, rocks and landscaping.
Here is information on how to eradicate this pest
on your property.

Industries and regulated articles under the quarantine
that are not to be removed/moved to a new area are:

  • Any living stage of the Spotted Lanternfly, 
    Lycorma delicatula.  This includes egg masses,
    nymphs, and adults.

  • Brush, debris, bark, or yard waste

  • Landscaping, remodeling or construction waste

  • Logs, stumps, or any tree parts

  • Firewood of any species

  • Grapevines for decorative purposes or as nursery stock

  • Nursery stock

  • Crated materials

  • Outdoor household articles including recreational vehicles, lawn tractors and mowers, mower decks, grills, grill and furniture covers, tarps, mobile homes, tile, stone, deck boards, mobile fire pits, any associated equipment and trucks or vehicles not stored indoors.

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