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SLF Identification and Reporting - Shared screen with speaker view
Scott Koch
18:39
Scott Koch - Avon NY
Kristopher Williams
18:44
Kristopher Williams Capital Region PRISM Saratoga
Paul Brock
18:47
Joining from Lodi, NY today.
Frank Williams
18:47
Frank Williams, Utica, NY
Hannah Coppola
18:48
Hannah Coppola, Ballston Lake New York
Colleen Zawadzki
18:48
Colleen Zawadzki, C-OFOKLA and Pres. Of Tully Lake Property Owners Assoc
Gail Maddox
18:49
Gail Maddox Syracuse, NY
Anna Carr
18:50
Anna Carr, Allegany State Park, Salamanca, New York
Chris Pryor
18:51
Chris Pryor from Monroe County, NY
Christine Colley
18:51
Christine Colley - NYSDOT - Albany, NY
Drew Starkey
18:51
Drew Starkey - Wayne CO SWCD!!
Deborah Oliver
18:52
Aurelius, NY
theresa Draves
18:52
Cattaraugus County NY
Sonya Carnevale
18:53
Sonya Carnevale - Canandaigua, NY
Nancy Cusumano
18:53
Nancy Cusumano NE IPM Center, Ithaca NY
jen weimer
18:55
NH
Marcus Riehl
18:57
Marcus Riehl, Tompkins County
Sara Hess
18:57
Sara Hess from Tompkins County
Nadine Ropp
18:59
Good morning, Nadine Ropp - Conservation Halton
Adam Hart
19:05
Adam Hart, Ithaca NY
Dan Welch
19:05
Dan Welch, Cayuga County
Azure D'Angelo
19:09
Azure D'Angelo, Sterling NY
Audrey Emerson
19:09
Audrey Emerson - Western Adirondacks
Theodore Lewis
19:12
Ted Lewis USDA-APHIS-PPQ
Liam MacIntosh
19:12
Liam MacIntosh, Town of Carleton Place, Ontario, Canada
Christopher Hotto
19:13
Chris Hotto- Wayne County SWCD
Abby Lanterman
19:14
Abby Lanterman, CC Environment & Planning, Batavia NY
David Rowley
19:16
David Rowley City of Rochester Water Bureau
ROBERT GORECKI
19:18
Robert Gorecki Hamburg,NY
Dorothy Ainsworth
19:24
Dorothy Ainsworth King Ferry - Cayuga County
Audrey Bowe
19:25
Audrey Bowe, Ithaca NY
Kathy Lewis
19:45
Kathy Lewis, Master Gardener, Rochester
Selma Rosenthal
19:52
Selma Rosenthal, Syracuse NY
Andy Muza
19:53
Andy Muza, PSU Extension, Erie Co., PA
MaryBeth Deller
19:53
MaryBeth Deller, Green Mountain & Finger Lakes NF
Catherine Skalda
19:56
Catherine from DCSWCD, Walton, NY
Shoshe Cole
19:57
Shoshe Cole, Master Gardener, Tompkins County
Emily Thiel
20:01
Emily Thiel, WNY PRISM, Erie County
Lindsey Gerstenslager
20:03
Lindsey Gerstenslager, Wayne County SWCD
Patricia Bedard
20:05
Patti Bedard-City of Rochester Water
Mitchell O'Neill
20:21
Mitch O’Neill - New York Natural Heritage Program, Albany NY
Susie Nettleton
20:24
Susie Nettleton, Victor, NY Ontario County Master Gardener
David Carr
20:32
David Carr - FLI
Joyce Tomaselli
20:33
Joyce Tomaselli CCE Dutchess County
Raymond Shipley
20:42
Ray Shipley, American Rose Society
Lynn Leopold
20:49
Lynn Leopold, Tompkins County, Village of Lansing
Maxine Appleby
20:53
Maxine Appleby Wayne County Soil and Water CD - good morning!
Linda Achimore
21:12
Hilary Mosher, could you please turn up your volume?
Amanda Cornwell
21:22
Amanda Cornwell, Pleasant Valley Winery, Hammondsport NY
Sara Cavanaugh
21:23
Sara Cavanaugh, Lenoir Preserve, Yonkers NY
Linda Achimore
21:45
Them Allgäuer, please turn up your volume
Ian
22:30
Ian Priestley Wayne County
HILARY MOSHER
25:01
Please put any questions you may have in the chat box
Raymond Shipley
25:52
Ray Shipley
Raymond Shipley
26:22
Ray Shipley Is there any new insecticides for this threat?
Lindsey Gerstenslager
26:33
So with new growing style apple production has there been any study on those tree impact?
Linda Achimore
27:16
Somebody has their audio on and needs to mute.
Patricia Ruggero
27:56
what are safe ways to eradicate these invasive insects? Also, would it be timely to kill them in the egg stage?
Colleen Zawadzki
28:32
Once they are identified in a locale is it inevitable that infestation will occur???
Desiree Yanes
30:01
The management strategy recommended by Penn State extension is to remove 90% of Tree of Heaven (focusing on female trees) and applying systemic insecticide on the remaining 10% of Tree of Heaven to kill SLF upon feeding (focusing on males), can you please speak to how such a resource intensive strategy can be rolled out?
Sandy Podulka
30:22
How long is the adult?
ROBERT GORECKI
31:00
The egg masses seem to be similar to gypsy moth. Could they be brushed off in the winter and would this kill them.
HILARY MOSHER
31:41
Here is a picture from this summer in PA
Shoshe Cole
32:54
how big are the egg masses?
Desiree Yanes
35:04
What is the field life of bug barrier? How often does it have to be replaced?
LOIS LEVITAN
35:44
What is the size range of the egg mass?
Nancy Cusumano
35:46
You will find many answers to your questions at the Penn State SLF page. https://extension.psu.edu/spotted-lanternfly
Linda Achimore
36:13
Somebody has background noise
Colleen Zawadzki
38:15
Could this slide show be shared for us (as a link would be preferable) to distribute to our Lake Associations and membership for lookouts...
Linda Achimore
40:46
Agreed, we have a lot of groups who need to share this info
HILARY MOSHER
41:23
We can make the presentation and the recorded webinar available on the fingerlakesinvasives.org website
Colleen Zawadzki
41:54
Thank you Hilary
Nancy Cusumano
42:19
This one is a great example
Lindsey Gerstenslager
42:40
Will there be more specific discussion on economic impacts for local food production?
Drew Starkey
42:49
I've heard they really like laying eggs on rusty objects. any truth to this?
Kathy Lewis
43:40
How do you tell SLF egg mass from gypsy moth egg mass?
Nancy Cusumano
44:24
Kathy Lewis, gypsy moth egg mass are kind of fuzzy. SLF are more clayey or dry looking. Also a different color.
HILARY MOSHER
53:24
For those of you representing lake associations or groups with a newsletter, i am happy to write something up to include in your publication. Email me with word count and timeframe for this information to mosher@hws.edu. We (NYSDAM, NYSIPM, CCE) have a lot of resources and pictures if you want them instead
Jennifer Dean
53:33
What type of lure is being used in the traps?
Desiree Yanes
56:56
What is the approximate size of the grid?
Jamilyn Woodside
57:15
1 square km
Desiree Yanes
57:28
Thank you!
HILARY MOSHER
57:32
spottedlanternfly@agriculture.ny.gov
aabram
57:42
If in Canada, you would you suggest sending to CFIA?
HILARY MOSHER
58:14
Egg masses- take a picture and GPS point (may be on your picture) report the egg mass but please leave the egg mass for further confirmation
Kim Knappenberger
58:54
Would you recommend marking with flagging tape as well?
Hannah Coppola
01:00:25
Do they have natural predators?
Sonya Carnevale
01:01:21
Are you using the traps to assess population to help eradicate insects?
Sonya Carnevale
01:02:04
Sorry, I mean are you using the traps to assess population OR to help eradicate insects?
Raymond Shipley
01:02:57
Ray Shipley Penn State has developed a bioinsecticide. is it being used in NY?
Nancy Cusumano
01:04:10
Hannah Coppola, spiders, praying mantis eat them but not enough for control.
Colleen Zawadzki
01:04:29
Good question Hannah?? ANY NATURAL PREDATORS???
Michael Parker
01:06:22
Will the coordination with iMap include plotting Tree of Heaven clusters?
Todd Bittner
01:08:24
Does SLF actually kill the plants it feeds on or is the issue just the honeydew and smut issue?
HILARY MOSHER
01:09:32
Yes, we will cover TOH mapping in the next part of this webinar
Shoshe Cole
01:10:48
Do you think they’ll settle here, or will they pass through?
Nancy Cusumano
01:12:43
Shoshe, we are definitely in their habitat area. They will thrive here.
Mitchell O'Neill
01:19:11
Click the Login button on the top right at www.nyimapinvasives.org
Linda Achimore
01:23:32
Why!!!
Abby Lanterman
01:25:01
For Tree of heaven, is submitting pictures of the leaf scar more helpful than pictures of the leaves or bark. When possible of course (some trees are very tall).
HILARY MOSHER
01:29:40
Subscribe to our listserve: cce-flprism-l-request@cornell.edu
Christine Colley
01:29:52
That was great Jennifer...thanks.
HILARY MOSHER
01:30:47
Finger Lakes PRISM is also on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram and we have a trail survey group and macrophyte survey group if you are interested, contact me! mosher@hws.edu
Charlie Huth
01:36:04
Excellent Presentations
Jennifer Dean
01:38:58
For Abby's question - tree-of-heaven leaves are most distinctive, especially when clear enough to see the leaflet shapes. In the winter, the leaf scars and bark together is great (perhaps hold the twig against the bark to take the photo). Always check the photo to make sure the object is in focus!
Jennifer Dean
01:46:34
Mitch and I will stay on the webinar after the presentations in case you need tech support!
Jennifer Dean
01:47:17
You can also email the iMap helpdesk: iMapInvasives@dec.ny.gov
Abby Lanterman
01:47:45
When I submit an observation to iMap it does not let me or my coworkers select our organization (CC Enviornement & Planning). It says we are all members/admins but will not let us select it from the organizations tab when we try to submit a record.
Linda Achimore
01:48:55
Will this program be posted too?
Jennifer Dean
01:48:57
You may need to update the organization list in your app. Go to Preferences, the select "Retrieve iMap Lists"
HILARY MOSHER
01:50:56
http://fingerlakesinvasives.org/invasive-species-webinar-series-2/
Shoshe Cole
01:51:39
These have all been excellent presentations! Thanks to all of the speakers!
Abby Lanterman
01:51:42
That worked! thank you!
Linda Achimore
01:52:26
Great work, one of the best I’ve attended.
Michael Parker
01:53:02
Thank you, Hilary. Great presentations. Answered many of my questions.
Elaine Messina
01:53:41
Thank you. Very informative!
Christine Colley
01:53:42
Great Webinar. Thanks.
Linda Achimore
01:53:51
lachimore@verizon.net Please add me
Gail Maddox
01:53:51
Thank you
Drew Starkey
01:53:57
Thank you!!
HILARY MOSHER
01:54:12
Subscribe to our listserve: cce-flprism-l-request@cornell.edu
Christie Brewer
01:54:41
Thank you!
Colleen Zawadzki
01:54:57
Hi I opened an account and am looking at TUlly LAke