The most annoying pests of the century, spotted lanternflies, are back in South Jersey.

The spotted lanternfly infestation apparently presses on in Atlantic County. This time, they're annoying the people of Mays Landing in a big way. They've become quite a problem for many areas since they were first discovered in Pennsylvania back in 2014.

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The spotted lanternfly can wreak havoc on many crops here in the Garden State. Spotted lanternflies are no joke to farmers in the region.

Someone shared a post to a local Mays Landing-based Facebook group asking for information about them and if anything can be done to stop them.

One woman says that she effectively rids her yard of the lanternflies with Raid. However, it has to be direct contact.

Some people did offer up some homemade remedies that have shown some promise. One woman says that she sprays Dawn dish soap in water or even vinegar in water to get rid of them. Someone else suggested tree tape.

You could even give this Pine Sol concoction a try.

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