The invasive Spotted Lanternfly is back for 2021.

As a service company who has been treating Spotted Lanternflies for a few years now, we’re able to study the life cycles and prepare the best approach to treat and minimize the damage of this invasive species. It’s that experience and those processes that allow our treatments to be so effective.

Timing is incredibly important. Contact us today with questions and to discuss a plan.

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How We Treat


Basal Bark Treatment

When the lanternflies are in the nymph stage, 1 treatment is applied and absorbed through the bark of the affected trees. When the lanternfly nymphs feed on the treated trees, they ingest the product and are controlled.


Spray Treatments

In the summer, we apply 2 treatments of a topical spray directly on the trunks and branches of the trees so that the control product comes into direct contact with the lanternflies, who by now have matured into the adult stage. This provides an immediate and effective result.


Treatment & Fertilization

In the Fall we do 1 final insect application followed by a refined horticultural oil treatment to reduce population. Finally, we apply a fertilization application to help the tree regain its strength.

How to Identify

It is important to inspect your property frequently during its various lifecycles to avoid an infestation. Make sure to check your trees, shrubs, care, grill, lawnmowers, siding and other hard surfaces.

Egg Masses–February to March

Early Nymphs–April to July

Late Nymphs–July to September

Adults–July to December