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ChemTec's Blog Posts with the Tag: "stink bugs"

06 September

Fall Invaders Trying to Sneak into New Jersey Homes

Like reptiles, insects are cold-blooded. Unable to generate their own heat, insects draw warmth from their surroundings. When temperatures drop in the fall, insects use different strategies to survive winter’s cold, NJ pest control experts explain. Like monarch butterflies, some insects migrate to warmer climates. Other insects, such as termites, build their nests deep underground [...]

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16 August

Insect Pests Targeting New Jersey Homes for Invasion

Stink bugs aren’t the only fall pests that seek winter harborage inside northern New Jersey homes . NJ pest control services warn that a number of insects native to New Jersey are perennial fall invaders. These insects creep into NJ homes in the fall looking for a safe, warm place to spend the cold winter [...]

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13 August

How to Get Rid of New Jersey Stink Bugs

Stink bug populations have reached record numbers in northern New Jersey. Hundreds of brown marmorated stink bugs are being captured in counting traps monitored by the New Jersey Department of Agriculture. Where a single night’s capture might have resulted in 30 stink bugs last year, NJ entomologists are finding 200 to 400 of the crop-eating [...]

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11 August

Stink Bugs Overrun Northern New Jersey

The warm, wet spring and hot summer months have created ideal conditions for the explosion of New Jersey insect populations. Mosquitoes, fleas, ticks, pill bugs, centipedes, bees, beetles, flies, wasps – everywhere you look insects are crawling, creeping or flying. NJ pest control experts are calling 2011 a record bug summer. The latest insect that [...]

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26 April

Wasps May Provide Natural Control Against Stink Bugs

The brown marmorated stink bug is a serious agricultural pest that causes considerable damage to U.S. fruit, vegetable, soybean and field crops every year. An Asian import with no natural predators in the U.S., the brown marmorated stink bug feeds on more than 100 different plants. Since its discovery in Pennsylvania more than a decade [...]

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