Posts tagged with: stink bug

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Stink bugs, often called kudzu bugs, are classified as occasional invaders and usually make an appearance in the Spring in Georgia. They look similar to brown lady bugs, feed on plants (like kudzu), and give off an unpleasant smell when threatened. Because of...
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Brown Marmorated Stink Bugs Identification of stink bugs: Grayish-brown 6 legs Triangular or shield shped 2/4 in long Found in eastern US, as well as California, Oregon, Washington, Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas What are stink bugs? Brown marmorated “stink...
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Brief description: The stink bug gets its name from its ability to release an odor when they are disturbed or crushed.  Stink bugs have a triangular or shield shape. Habits: Enter homes and other structures in the winter for shelter...
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Spring is a time when everything comes to life, blooming into an array of lovely colors. You’ll see flowers that are pink and purple, baby bunnies that are tan or gray and insects that are red and black. Just like...
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The stink bug made it’s presence well-known this past Spring when we saw a large invasion of the pest.  Well it seems that they are back. Stink bugs feed on leaves, flowers, fruit, crops, and even other pests, such as...
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  Last week it was the stink bug, this week it’s the carpenter bee!  We told you that the weird temperatures were going to bring out these pests…and here they are! It’s officially spring which means that carpenter bees are...
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