Stink bugs infest a house by entering through cracks and small openings or voids, usually in the late summer, according to Orkin. The bugs enter homes at this time because they are seeking shelter from the winter months,... More »

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Most stink bugs are plant feeders and eat house plants. Plant-eating stink bugs also feed on weeds, grass, a variety of fruit and vegetables, and field crops like sorghum and cotton. A few species of stink bugs do not fe... More »

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Rid your home of stink bugs by blocking their means of entry, using insecticides, trapping them or rubbing all window screens with scented dryer sheets. Vacuuming is not recommended because the odor will remain in the va... More »

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Stink bugs are often attracted to homes in the autumn because they are seeking a warm place to spend the winter. Because they are attracted to light, it is best to keep porch lights off at night and to draw the shades. D... More »

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 »

Rid your home of stink bugs by blocking their means of entry, using insecticides, trapping them or rubbing all window screens with scented dryer sheets. Vacuuming is not recommended because the odor will remain in the va... More »

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Stink bugs, also known as shield bugs, appear similar because of the flat, shield-like shape of their bodies. There are several species of stink bugs, each with its own unique markings. More »

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