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Revolutionize urban fly control with solar-powered ‘ArTreeficial’ technology.



  • A young innovator from New Jersey has created a solar-powered device called ArTreeficial to combat invasive lanternflies in urban areas.
  • The device, which resembles a tree and operates on smart technology, offers a sustainable and efficient solution for pest control.

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Innovation knows no age limits, as evidenced by the ingenuity of a young inventor who has developed a groundbreaking solution to tackle the persistent nuisance posed by bothersome flies in urban environments. Selina Zhang, an 18-year-old from New Jersey, created ArTreeficial, a solar-powered device aimed at addressing the problem of invasive lanternflies in urban areas. Inspired by her observations of the pests in her hometown of Annandale, Zhang designed a tree-like device that attracts and traps these insects using advanced technology…


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