Armed with a $3.7 million grant, North Carolina State University researchers have the brown marmorated stink bug, which has been found in 43 states, in their cross hairs.
The notorious brown marmorated stink bug has turned up in large numbers in the Pacific Northwest, no damage to crops.
Scout and monitor your orchard to determine if control is needed, says Penn State University Extension.
Low overwintering mortality means growers should be trapping and monitoring.
Grape growers should be on the lookout this fall for two pests that are popping up in vineyards […]
Researchers from Michigan State University (MSU) have received a $173,151 grant from the USDA National Institute of Food […]
Parasitic wasp find leads Washington State University researchers to declare ‘We struck it rich.’
A researcher from Rutgers University offers pointers to help you control this pest of fruits and vegetables.
The brown marmorated stink bug (BMSB), unfortunately, is here to stay. Found in the U.S. in the late […]
The brown marmorated stink bug has a bad reputation. And for good reason: every summer, this pest attacks […]
In their latest insect report, David Biddinger and Grzegorz Krawczyk, tree fruit entomologists discuss the timing of pest […]
Following petal fall is when apple growers need to be making applications to control plum curculio and European […]
It’s all paws on deck to find brown marmorated stink bug’s overwintering sites.
Wasp native to Asia attacks brown marmorated stink bug eggs.
No one can predict the future of this relatively recent invader, which is now found in 41 states, but all signs point to continued expansion.
The PD/GWSS assessment is one of the primary sources of funding for research on Pierce’s Disease and the glassy-winged sharpshooter.
Research shows a mix of traps, monitoring, and insecticides can help Eastern peach growers keep brown marmorated stink bug in check.