If there’s some good news coming out of this brutally cold winter, it’s that we could be seeing less stink bugs.
Right now if you want to see a kudzu bug in Pennsylvania you have to follow John Rawlins into the bug drawers of the Carnegie Museum of Natural History.
KDKA-AM’s Larry and John talk to a professor who eats bugs about the U.N.’s solution for future world food shortages.
Scientists with the U.S. Agriculture Department have some tasty news for milk drinkers.
Benjamin Franklin is credited with saying that “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Apparently, no truer words have been spoken when it comes to stink bugs.
KDKA-AM’s John Shumway talks about the return of the 17 year cicada and stink bugs with entomologist Dr. Chad Gore.
Some people in our area are reporting an invasion of stink bugs. Bill Todaro, an entomologist from the Allegheny County Health Department, says less daylight make the bugs bug you.
With the change in the seasons comes a change for bugs too as they start to move inside, looking for warmth. You may have already noticed that the stink bugs are moving in. However, you can trap them as they come into your home.
Stink bugs are back and while they’d prefer a hollow tree or cave for the cold weather months, squeezing their way into our houses through any possible opening is the next best thing.
A new stink bug trap is the hottest thing in pest control right now, and some store owners said they’re having a hard time keeping them in stock.
With warmer days finally here, it’s time for gardening, spending more time outside and stink bugs. Sad, but true, this is prime time for the irritating little pests. Now though, there may be a safe, new way to get rid of them.
The number of stink bugs around the area keeps increasing. Not only are they a nuisance, they’re a threat to local agriculture.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Stink bugs have been bugging us since they invaded our area in the 1990’s. There really has been no effective way of making them go away until now. Brett Satterfield at Rollier’s […]
The stink bug invasion seems to be getting worse by the day and a lot of people are sick and tired of battling the bugs in their homes. There’s no pesticide to get rid of […]
Stink bugs- if you squish them, they’ll release a horrible stench. Probably also bite, right? Pittsburgh is having an unusual amount of stink bugs, and they’re heading into our homes– but are they really as […]