Stink Bug Control

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About Stink Bugs

Stink bugs, on average, are just over half an inch long. They're brown or green in color and have a distinct oval shape that looks like a shield.

True to their name, stink bugs emit a foul smell when threatened or harmed. This makes them quite a nuisance, though they're not seriously threatening to humans. Stink bugs also damage plants and gardens, and they tend to die inside light fixtures, causing the surrounding room to reek with their glandular odors.

  • Foul odors
  • Damage to plants and gardens
  • Nuisance to have around
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How to Detect Stink Bugs

Stink bugs show up in large numbers during the late summer and fall, making them fairly easy to spot. They rest on the sunny sides of homes or businesses to warm themselves and to find cracks to enter for overwintering. Beyond basic sightings, the smell of stink bugs is also a common indicator of their presence.

How to Prevent Stink Bugs

Keeping stink bugs out starts with eliminating gaps or nooks they can use to get inside. Be sure to carefully seal windows, doors, siding, utility pipes, electrical outlets and chimneys.
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