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In the field, "the insecticides that tend to work are the older chemistries," Jentsch says.
If you live in a drafty old house, you're probably seeing them everywhere, now that sunlight is brighter, stronger and warmer than it's been all winter.They probably hitched a ride in shipping containers, just like the Asian longhorn beetle that has killed millions of trees nationwide. Stink bugs are a serious pest, feeding on a long list of host plants, including fruits, vegetables, ornamentals and legumes.They also feed on weeds and tree leaves, and are comparatively impervious to insecticides."They have been a major problem in the Hudson Valley as far north as Columbia County," Jentsch says.Video provided by Reuters Southern states appear to be losing ground against the Chinese tallow, a highly invasive tree rapidly overtaking native forests.Scientists are working with the USDA on the possible release of a beetle that eats tallow roots and leaves.
"They will find their way out or die," says Jentsch, who is based at the Hudson Valley Research Laboratory in Highland."The majority of the population lives in the tree canopy year-round, or in the fall they head for man-made sites like commercial buildings or your house," he says.