Although stink bugs are quite hard to control, there are a number of accepted organic methods, including kaolin clay, insecticidal soap sprays and good weed control, according to the University of California's Integrated... More »

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The best way to control stink bugs is to prevent them from entering buildings by sealing up any cracks or other possible points of entry, according to Pennsylvania State University College of Agricultural Sciences. Apply... More »

Stink bugs are attracted to the foul chemicals and pheromones that other stink bugs give off. The brown marmorated stink bug, in particular, gives off an odor that helps attract stink bugs to adequate shelters during the... More »

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Organic methods for eliminating stink bugs include kaolin soap and organic insecticide soap sprays, according to the University of California's Integrated Pest Management Program. To prevent damage to gardens or crops, t... More »

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The best way to control stink bugs is to prevent them from entering buildings by sealing up any cracks or other possible points of entry, according to Pennsylvania State University College of Agricultural Sciences. Apply... More »

Identifying grass fungus involves looking for specific signs and symptoms on the blades, stems and roots of the grass, according to University of California Statewide Integrated Pest Management Program. These signs inclu... More »

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Stinkbugs stink because they release an unpleasant odor to deter predators. The odor comes from a foul-smelling liquid that is secreted by glands located on the insect’s thorax. This liquid spreads the odor to any animal... More »

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