Stink bugs ruining fruit crops nationwide
The brown-marmorated stink bug, which tends to emerge in warm weather, can now be found in 38 states nationwide, but a tiny bee from China may offer some relief.
By Christine Roberts / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Monday, July 2, 2012, 3:51 PM
Get ready for a smelly summer.
The brown-marmorated stink bug, which tends to emerge as the weather heats up, can now be found in a whopping 38 states and has even reached the shores of the West Coast.
The rapid growth of the bug, native to Asia, is putting pressure on the Agriculture Department to find an assassin for the pesky invader, which is responsible for destroying apple, peach and grape harvests across the East Coast.
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I can't help but wonder if china is intentionally releasing these,along with the other poisoned and toxic products they send our way.
New genetically engineered warfare, upgraded from Monsanto's planmutations.
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