Gardening Association of North Carolina
USDA Releases New Plant Hardiness Zone Map
Have you seen the new USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map? Did your zone change? Click here to find out what the updates really mean for NC gardeners.
Paul Adams, Regulatory Entomologist with the North Carolina Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services provides the latest updates available on this pest in North Carolina, as of June 2023.
Sightings of spotted lanternfly should be reported immediately to firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information, including activities for kids, visit the North Carolina Department of Agriculture's Spotted Lanternfly page.
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