Tip of the Quill: A Journal
Spotted Lanternfly Compliance Agreement

Several states have FLS populations and quarantines. Check with each state`s Department of Agriculture to make sure you comply with the SLF quarantine rules in those countries. State officials have cooperated to establish reciprocal authorization agreements, so companies do not have to take multiple authorization courses. Related topics: compliance, detection, emergency rules for spotted lantern fly, fly, Kent County, Lanternfly, New Castle County, plant industry, quarantine, reports, Spotted Lanternfly plant schools that ship plants from the quarantine area to other states must also have a compliance agreement with PDA. For more information, please contact your regional service.  (f) Harmful plants. an organism, including other plants, that causes or may cause damage to plants or plant products. In this case, especially Lycorma delicatula (spotted lanterns).  B. Spotted lantern, Lycorma delicatula, is a new pest in the United States and has been discovered in the Commonwealth. It is a dangerous insect for forests, ornamental trees, orchards and grapes and does not originate from the Commonwealth or the United States.

It is not yet widespread or widespread in the interior or throughout the Commonwealth, but it has been found in many counties since its first appearance in the Commonwealth. If your company is carrying out mulch production or deforestation, you must enter into a compliance agreement with PDA. Contact the Regional Supervisor at the Bureau of Plant Industry near you. Businesses operating or traveling to quarantined counties must obtain Spotted Lanternfly clearance. Fines for non-compliance can be up to US$300 for a criminal summons or up to US$20,000 for a civil fine. Homeowners with questions about treatment are encouraged to contact their local Penn State extension office or inquire about management, including authorized sprays. Pennsylvaniars who live in the quarantine area should also check and sign the compliance list for residents.  3) Movement of items from other areas where Spotted Lanternfly is known to be established.

Where another area, within or outside that Commonwealth, is determined by a federal, national or other regulatory authority in order to be present to the pest spotted lanternfly, Lycorma delicatula, the transfer of that area to the Commonwealth requires an authorisation which, in accordance with the provisions of that quarantine and treatment order, an authorisation procedure approved by the Ministry or any other programme implemented by the State, ms, Commonwealth or region of origin. . . .