5 more NJ counties in the ‘quarantine zone’ for the sighted fly

In more New Jersey counties, residents are encouraged to take certain precautions before traveling beyond their county boundaries or to try to disperse invasive species from Asia.

The New Jersey Department of Agriculture said Monday that five counties have been added to the state’s “quarantine zone,” bringing the total to 13.

At the same time, the government continues to demand that the state eradicate the pest as much as possible, as workers work in the state to treat invasions.

“They are in general,” said New Jersey Agricultural Secretary Douglas Fischer. They will continue to grow and grow and move to new territories. ”

In the name of neutrality, residents in the zone are required to use the checklist before moving any of the articles listed here. The list includes dozens of items, including bicycles, camps, firewood, fences, lawn mowers, and sandboxes. The checklist includes a place for residents to sign, indicating that they did not inspect the items and did not see the spotlight or the number of eggs.

Residents in the area also said, “The spotlight has the ability to roll over any vehicle for miles, so they are asked to check their vehicles before leaving the zone.”

For an independent list are New Morris, Monmouth, Middlex, Essex and Union Districts. They will join Burlington, Camden, Gloucester, Hunteron, Merser, Salem, Somerset and Warren, who have formed the neutral zone since 2019.

Fisher said Fanos, the most endangered plant species in New Jersey, is now the largest adult in New Jersey. Egg planting should begin in September, and eggs can be found in trees, shrubs, and other areas in the spring.

“Every drop of light you lose will save us 50 or 100 next year,” Fisher said. They are helping us with next year’s broadcast.

Contact reporter Dino Flamy at dino.flammia@townsquaremedia.com.

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