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How to Monitor for Brown Marmorated Stink Bug in Specialty Crops

The invasive brown marmorated stink bug is a serious threat to Oregon specialty crops, including hazelnuts, tree fruits, small fruits, vegetables, and wine grapes. This insect pest also attacks ornamentals, agronomic crops and native plants in Oregon. Monitoring for BMSB can be done several ways including using beat sheets, pheromone traps, and visual observations.

EM 9138    Published March 2016    4 pages
February 2020


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