“Winery owners continue to battle vine-killing spotted lanternflies” – CNBC
Mike Fiore, of Fiore Winery & Distillery in Pylesville, recently spoke with CNBC’s Andrea Day about the impact that the spotted lanternfly is having on vineyards in the Mid-Atlantic.
Bug experts say the spotted lanternfly is an invasive species that mostly feeds on fruits, plants and trees. One of its favorite snacks: grapevines. That has winemakers preparing for the worst. CNBC’s Andrea Day spoke with vineyard owners who say their crops are already under attack.View this video natively at CNBC.