Officially discovered for the first time in North America in Pennsylvania more than 15 years ago this stink bug has reached most states but causes economic damage to agriculture crops the most in the VirginiaWest Virginia region But it is becoming more of a problem for Kentucky Tennessee and North Carolina too Photo by Ric Bessin University of Kentucky Extension
combining soybeans
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Green corn reaching for the blue sky.
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orange hula-hoop in young soybean field
ldquoIt costs money to fertilize and not only does it cost money but the EPA is watching what we dordquo says Joe Varco professor of plant and soil sciences at Mississippi State University
stinkbug on soybean leaf