These bugs are horrible.

Discussion in 'Plant Pests, Diseases and Weeds' started by Pacnorwest, Jan 20, 2024.

  1. Pacnorwest

    Pacnorwest Hardy Maple

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    We have those stinkers here as well. I can instantly know when I have squashed one whilst tidy-ing-up. I may not see it, but I can smell it.
     
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    These guys love to eat my lupins when the are in bloom. and...they like to hitchhike on my laundry from the clothes line. Nothing like a stink bug to ruin freshly dried sheets.
     
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    It’s a real catch 22 dealing with those stink bugs. The city hires air spraying/ airplanes and the over spray has hit our property killing more than just bugs.
    I had one in the house yesterday as it kept flapping around in a lamp shade. They are noisy , scares the dogs they go running because they have learned about the nasty order.

    They also leave black spots all over everything. I can’t imagine how frustrating it it for them to cling on to clean laundry.
     
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