Forest Health News
March 29th, 2024
Updated Asian Longhorned Beetle Map

Asian longhorned beetle is an invasive, wood-boring pest that is federally regulated. First detected in New York in 1992, ALB spread to several states with its most recent population being detected in South Carolina in 2020. Due to ALB causing significant damage to host trees and having a big economic impact, eradication is the main goal. Check out this map from USDA APHIS to see the current ALB infestations and successfully eradicated populations across the US.

2024 National ALB Program Overview

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Updated Laurel Wilt Map
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Officials still working to manage Asian longhorned beetle population in South Carolina
December 2nd, 2022
New southern pine beetle website

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