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Author Topic: Kudzu Stink Bug Invasion  (Read 246 times)
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« on: February 05, 2014, 05:18:46 AM »

Here's an article on another invasive bug. I started seeing it in large numbers last year. Normally I would have ignored it because it's just another bug,  and bugs, bites, and stings are a way of life in the south. However, this critter stinks when you mess with it and the stink stays with you quite a while. I was moving some railroad crossties and crushed some with my hands and got it on my shirt. I heard of it years ago and I am interested to see what it does to the Kudzu.

http://news.yahoo.com/kudzu-bug-threatens-eat-us-farmers-lunch-194113212.html
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