The brown marmorated stink bug is an invasive species that arrived in the U.S. from Asia in 1996. It has become an increasing problem ever since. Stink bugs release a foul odor when they are disturbed or crushed. They can be a big problem in your garden, where they feed on fruits, leaves and stems of your plants. They can invade your home looking for a safe place to overwinter as temperatures cool.
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“Our house was under a full military assault from black crickets and fire ants, I guess trying to find shelter for the winter. The technician came out promptly and started treating every crack and crevice that could hold or transport a cricket or fire ant. I admire his work ethic and skill. We were charged a fair price and were very satisfied (I think I would have paid double).”
by Anthony M. McKinney, Texas