It's that stinky time of year and the invasion is underway. This is what they are and what they can do.
The stinky brown bug, Halyomorpha halys, is an invasive species of insects that reached the US coast. UU. Somewhere around September 1998 from Asia. Although there are multiple species of stink bugs, this small stale insect now effectively has taken in the United States And we almost had it!
The infestation began somewhere near Allentown, Pennsylvania, possibly as a result of a stowaway of either China or Japan in a shipment of machinery.
The United States Department of Agriculture has declared war on pest control in this Illegal alien and has started a pest management program that we can all help with.
From New Jersey in the mid-Atlantic to Kentucky and beyond, specialists have begun to study and find ways to make this little pest return to its origin. Knowing what they like can help us fight it, and they discovered that at this time of the year, the stinky bug is looking for nothing more than getting into their home and finding some heat.
"At this time, there is a very different species of stink bug called & # 39; Brown brown stinky bug" & # 39; "OSU Agriculture and Natural Resources Specialist, Dan Lima. he told WTOV9. "Are not considered an infestation because they don't mate inside the house, they only stay during the winter. They stink when they break, a very pungent smell, quite disgusting, but as for a disease, it is not known to spread disease. "
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Several creative tips to help with this attack include, checking yourself and your belongings before entering your home to small furtive bastards, dry the wet areas around the sinks and under the sinks, since they like moisture, keep the exterior lights to a minimum and, above all, seal the possible entry points.
So what do you do to control the bad smell? While stinky insect traps come in various forms, you can make a homemade trap with an aluminum pan and some common dish soap. Fill the pan almost completely with water, add a couple of teaspoons of detergent to make some soapy water and add an incandescent light to attract them to their destination.
Bed bugs have few natural enemies in North America, although parasitoid wasps they like to lay their eggs on them and even bats and spiders will eat some. They are an agricultural pest that is a scourge for soybeans and even sweet corn and should be eliminated.
Above all, they are a strange part of the world of invading insects that gets into everything, and will not disappear unless we work together to stop them.
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