DATE POSTED: April 13, 2020
The first appearance of stink bugs in the United States was Pennsylvania in 1998. Since that time, they have spread like wildfire and they have become common pests in Connecticut. Here are a few more ways you may ask the question, "Where did these stink bugs come from?"
DATE POSTED: March 13, 2020
Stink bugs might not be one of the most destructive pests out there, but they are one of the grossest because of the smell that they emit. While some people find the odor they emit awful while others don’t think it smells too bad, there’s no denying they aren’t something you want in your home or business. And stink bugs can do damage to plants or crops. When you’re a…
DATE POSTED: October 18, 2019
Stink bugs may look like the common kissing bug or west conifer seed bug, but these Asia natives are brown, shield-shaped insects with small brown markings on their abdomen. While these insects are more likely to be found in your yard or garden, they can sometimes find their way into your home.
DATE POSTED: July 25, 2019
One of the pests we face in our area is stink bugs. Stink bugs are a common insect pest in Maine, and if you’re not careful, they could make a comeback and take over your property. Between the loud buzzing sound they make when they fly over your head and the putrid smell they produce when threatened or crushed, stink bugs are one species of insect pest you definitely want to avoid.
DATE POSTED: October 17, 2018
Fall is a time when many pests look to homes for shelter. Winter is coming and the warmth of your home provides the perfect place to overwinter. Stink bugs are among these pests looking for your nice cozy property!
DATE POSTED: September 25, 2018
Now that it’s fall in South Portland, homeowners will begin noticing that a variety of pests are trying to make their way inside their home to avoid the chilly weather. Pests and humans are a lot alike in this respect: we all want to spend more time inside as the temperatures drop. However, although pests don’t mind cohabitating with us, we surely don’t want to open our homes to…