Resources by Lorena Lopez
|Diagnosing Stink Bug Injury to Vegetables||
In the mid-Atlantic U.S. vegetable crops are attacked by several different stink bug species (1). The primary pest species include: the invasive brown marmorated stink bug (BMSB), Halyomorpha halys, which has become the dominant species in most landscapes (2), brown stink bug, Euschistus servus Say, which is the most common species attacking tomatoes; green stink bug, Chinavia hilaris Say (3); and harlequin bug, Murgantia histrionica, which is primarilly a pest of brassica vegetables only (4). All stink bugs are piercing sucking feeders that insert their stylets into the fruit, pods, buds, leaves, and stems of plants.
|May 25, 2021||ENTO-173NP (ENTO-449NP)|
|Biology and Management of Brown Marmorated Stink Bug in Mid Atlantic Soybean||Jul 2, 2021||ENTO-450NP|
|Benefits of an Insecticide Seed Treatment for Cucurbit Production||Oct 14, 2021||ENTO-456NP|
|2021 Eastern Shore AREC Interactive Research Field Day||Oct 8, 2021||SPES-359NP|
|Protective Agriculture Production Series: Plant density recommendations||Feb 2, 2023||SPES-474NP|