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.
Penn State University research entomologist says prevention is best control option for devastating pest.
When it comes to tree fruit and many other specialty crops, BMSB probably falls into the catastrophic category.
Two species of stink bugs are now posing a serious threat to agricultural production in the Western U.S.: […]
Researchers seeking voluntary information to track how pest overwinters.
Penn State University researcher offers guidelines and control strategies for minimizing the impacts on mites for the next season.
Pressure building as traps filling up with pest by the hundreds.
Penn State University tree fruit entomologist offers tips to control tufted apple bud moth, obliquebanded leafroller, Oriental fruit moth, codling moth, and brown marmorated stink bug.
Extension researchers offer control and management strategies for these pesky pests as growing season continues.
Through responses, researchers at Northeastern IPM Center are hoping to determine level of damage from this pest.
American Fruit Grower talks with Tracy Leskey, the USDA scientist based in Kearneysville, WV, who is leading the national team of scientists battling the brown marmorated stink bug.
Scientist ‘SWAT Team’ combats stink bug invasion.
The brown marmorated stink bug is a looming threat for Western fruit growers. Here’s the latest on its progress.
It’s been a couple years since the brown marmorated stink big (BMSB) emerged as not just a nuisance […]