Stink bugs. We don’t like to think about them and many people don’t even know what they are, but chances are if you haven’t had an infestation of them already, you will at some point. Stink bugs can come in and destroy your garden crops or get in your house and multiply. While they are not dangerous in terms of biting, they are a huge nuisance and nobody wants to deal with them. You will need to call your pest control company to help you if you find that stinkbugs have invaded your house or property. Pest Control And Stink Bugs—Where On Earth Did They Come From? Stink bugs come from Asian countries like China, Korea and Japan. They made their way to the United States by being stowaways on shipping containers that came to this country via shipping vessels. Cargo that could include everything from grain to natural materials could easily have stinkbugs hiding out in them, leaving us with a new pest control problem to deal with. Unfortunately, they have multiplied exponentially during the last few years, making their stinky appearances in more than 30 states since their first sighting in Pennsylvania back in 1996. Stink bugs love to feed on plants and fruits by extracting the juice with their proboscis. Some species of stinkbugs even go after other insects, killing them by sucking their fluids out. Gross, I know! A little pest control 101: Stinkbugs got their name because like skunks, they too have a defense mechanism built in they causes them to emit a stinky odor when they are threatened. They will often expel a...
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