Homeowners in the D.C. area are noticing a spike in stink bugs popping up in their homes. Here’s how to deal with the uninvited guests and how to prevent more from coming in.
Several factors — including a hotter spring — are likely to limit the numbers of stink bugs around the D.C. area, according to one expert.
What effects will the warm spell followed by the current cold snap have on bugs later this spring? A University of Maryland entomologist says it’s a mixed bag.
Have your dogs ruined your lawn? Garden Editor Mike McGrath has tips to restore your lawn and help it survive the daily wear and tear of your pets.
Some of the “enemies” making the biggest impact in the battle against stink bugs are also the smallest in stature, Mike McGrath says. But be sure you’re not driving them away.
Local insects are putting “the beat down” on stink bugs, a University of Maryland entomology professor says. But will that mean we’ll be seeing fewer of them this year?
WASHINGTON — As warmer spring weather moves into the region, stink bugs may start showing up around your house as they try to escape winter hiding places. “They’re going to be on your windows, on your front door, on…
WASHINGTON — With another round of freezing temperatures this week, many people are ready for spring already. But this bitter cold could mean good things for your garden later this year. “If that frost can get down…
A Virginia Tech study finds a soapy pan under a light will attract and kill more stink bugs than a commercial trap.
Many residents are holding out hope that the unusually cold, harsh winter reduced the number of ticks, stink bugs and other pests that will be buzzing and crawling around this summer.
The smelly pests are taking over the D.C. area and this season is worse than previous years.
Garden Editor Mike McGrath has tips to rid your lawn of an invasive weed and stinky critters.
A major pest is poised for a comeback: The stink bug is returning as temperatures drop.
In this week\’s edition of Garden Plot, Editor Mike Mcgrath helps you take revenge on stink bugs, squirrels and cicadas.
You could describe butterflies and stink bugs as the \”Beauty and
the Beast\” of the insect world, on opposite ends of the attractiveness spectrum.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.