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Are There Bifenthrin Alternatives For Brown Stink Bugs In Corn?

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• By Angus Catchot • Brown stink bugs have been treated on a fair number of acres of corn in the Mississippi Delta this year. With the loss of methyl parathion, there are not a lot of good choices to control this pest in corn. We are essentially left with only the pyrethroid class of chemistry. As pyrethroids go, they are ... Read More »

Stink Bugs

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One of the most prolific and well known insect pests is the stink bug. There is a good reason for this says Kathy Flanders, Extension Specialist and professor for Auburn University and the Alabama Cooperative Extension Service. “Stink bugs have a wide range of hosts, including wheat, corn, cotton and soybeans. They can also have multiple, overlapping generations.” Read More »