Tag: stink bugs

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Brown marmorated stink bugs: a smelly situation

November 14, 2018 By
In pest management, it’s not uncommon for challenging pests to come from unexpected places. Without natural predators, invasive species that aren’t controlled can spread and reach population numbers we don’t typically see in native species. Red imported fire ants, Argentine... Read more»
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PHOTO: MARK SHEPERDIGIAN

Control fall invaders as cold weather approaches

November 5, 2018 By
Fall invaders can elevate beyond nuisance status, becoming a nuisance and contamination threat. Read more»
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Handle overwintering occasional invaders differently

August 16, 2018 By
Overwintering pests are strictly outdoor insects that find their means of survival outside of structures. Read more»
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Rockwell Labs Chemistry Manager Todd Fleischmann and student intern Kathryn Monahan discuss a new formulation with Dr. Cisse Spragins. (Photo courtesy of Rockwell Labs)

Treat overwintering pests with botanicals

August 13, 2018 By
Overwintering pests can be difficult, because pest management professionals often get called in once these pests have emerged indoors. Read more»
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Syngenta Professional Pest Management: Arilon

August 4, 2016 By
Arilon recently received approval from the state of California for use on more than 20 pests in residential and commercial settings, including carpenter bees, earwigs, pantry pests, stink bugs, wasps and more. Featuring the active ingredient indoxacarb, Arilon’s mode of... Read more»
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9 of the Most Cringe-Worthy Pest Infestations

November 20, 2015 By
The next time you come across a daunting infestation, just remember, it could be worse. Actually, it could probably be so much worse. And thanks to a recent article from realtor.com, there is nifty list of some of the worst... Read more»

Heading to Burning Man? The Bugs Beat You to It

August 21, 2015 By
Bugs have invaded the Burning Man. The week-long festival is held the last Monday in August in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert and attracts more than 70,000. Because participants camp in the middle of the dessert, they must be prepared for anything Mother... Read more»
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LG Life Science

May 13, 2014 By
In addition to cockroach and other insect control, brown marmorated stink bugs and kudzu bugs were recently added to the label for LambdaStar 9.7% CS with EcoCap Technology. The product can be used indoors and outdoors to control these pests.... Read more»
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FMC Professional Solutions: Talstar Insecticide

April 23, 2014 By
It’s Talstar in a can! The industry’s first bifenthrin aerosol product, Talstar insecticide, is a must-have tool for quarterly pest control. It achieves residual control equivalent to liquid concentrates, providing up to three months of protection, while harnessing prallethrin (ETOC)... Read more»