They stink, they snack on soybeans and they’re here to stay, say entomologists.
By Christopher Brooke, Reporter
Monday, September 23, 2013 at 6:00 am (Updated: September 23, 6:00 am)
Twin County homeowners may want to keep a vacuum handy this fall in case the most recent insect invader wants to take refuge somewhere cozy.
Virginia researchers studying the kudzu bug have mostly confined their work to the effect of the rapidly spreading insect on row crops, according to Virginia Extension Service and Virginia Tech entomologist Ames Herbert.
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