As the winter season is coming near, stinkbugs are looking for new places to survive. In winter, it becomes difficult to survive for the stinkbugs. Therefore, this year, they will be seen shifting to warmer and sunny places.
The stinkbug can prove deadly for the crops if they are not removed from the fields. They can destroy the crops completely. The bugs have been seen around New Hampshire lately. People have spotted the bugs in their cars, on their windows and doors and on various other places where they fell warm.
According to the George Hamilton of the University, dealing with the stinkbug is quite easy. However, the brown marmorated stinkbugs are the one that can cause serious damages. The brown marmorated stinkbugs were discovered in 2010 in Portsmouth. It is believed that the bug migrated from China and Japan to the US.
Dr. Tracy Leskey from the US Department of Agriculture said that the brown marmorated stinkbug has caused $37 million loses. Dr. Tracy Leskey said, "The Mid-Atlantic saw $37 million in losses in 2010 from the brown marmorated stink bug. Growers lost their entire peach crops".
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