Anti-Stinkbug Arsenal

In my ongoing quest for the most effective anti-stinkbug weapon, I have moved to the heavy artillery. I just received my first hanging stinkbug trap. I am eagerly awaiting the results of its trial-run tonight. I have been dreaming of hundreds of enemy soldiers drawn to this lighted tower of death only to be held fast as they expire…

The contraption was more difficult to deploy than anticipated, being coated with a thick adhesive in which the enemy will become mired. However, if it succeeds in luring even a few of my enemy combatants and capturing these malevolent intruders, the effort will have been worthwhile…

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My Newest Weapon in the Stinkbug War

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  • Bpope1  On January 29, 2014 at 1:21 pm

    Stinkbugs “DO” bite and it stings. The bite on my forearm became infected within a couple of days, requiring antibiotics and warm compresses to treat.
    A tiny bite became quite large. It hurts, tell the experts to check again, Stinkbugs do bite. 1-29-2014

  • Chris  On September 15, 2017 at 2:01 am

    Terro stink bug killer aerosol

  • Lydia Whitney  On October 23, 2017 at 7:20 pm

    Chris, does it actually kill on contact? I’ve tried combining the ingredients listed myself (from various insect sprays) and still find it takes them FAR too long to die…

What are your thoughts?

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