Warmer Fall Months Leading To Increase In Stink Bug PopulationScientists are reporting a record number of stink bugs in the U.S.
WEATHER BLOG: The Return Of The ColdWednesday morning's now is, simply put, annoying. It produced 1 to 2 inches only but enough of a glaze to be problematic. The bigger problem will be the return of the cold.
Md. Farmers Brace For Stink BugsFarmers cope with unpredictable weather patterns that often affect their bottom lines, but the people whose job it is to feed Americans and, in some cases, the world, also must contend with pests.
In 2013, Stink Bugs Not As Invasive In MarylandAbout 130 farmers welcomed the prediction that the brown mamorated stink bug population will not be as invasive this year as it was in 2011.
Stink Bugs Rebounding In MarylandFarmers and scientists say stink bugs are back in a big way in Maryland.
Stink Bug Numbers Down, Wet Fall Eyed As ReasonStink bug numbers are down, and researchers say they suspect the wet fall weather across the mid-Atlantic may be the reason.
Stink Bugs Focus Of Winemaker MeetingStink bugs are hard on grapes, but they apparently don't affect the flavor of wine.
Government Eases Pesticide Rules To Target Stink BugsThe possibility of massive crop loss from the brown marmorated stink bug has convinced the federal government to ease some of its pesticide rules.
Stink Bugs Threatening To Destroy Summer CropsIt’s an army marching on its stomach, and Maryland crops are on the menu. Brown marmorated stink bugs native to Asia are threatening to destroy crops this summer.
Natural Predator May Be Answer To Stopping Stink BugsLooking for a natural born killer to go after a foreign invader. The target is the Asian stink bug, which has been crawling inside Maryland homes all winter.
Stink Bugs Make A Comeback In MarylandThey've been bugging people all winter long. But the Maryland homes Asian stink bugs have been sheltering in are poised to become the launching pads for a full-scale invasion.