Management by Crop

Download integrated pest management recommendations for brown marmorated stink bug in grapes, orchard crops, small fruit, and vegetables. The guidance documents were published in August 2016, and provide a synopsis of what researchers have learned so far.

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Grapes

IPM for Brown Marmorated Stink Bug in Grapes

A brown marmorated stink bug feeds on grapes

DownloadIntegrated Pest Management for Brown Marmorated Stink Bug in Grapes

En EspañolManejo integrado de plagas para la chinche apestoza café marmolada en viñedos
 

More information about BMSB in grapes.


Orchard Crops

IPM for Brown Marmorated Stink Bug in Orchard Crops

BMSB brown rotted corking damage on an apple

DownloadIntegrated Pest Management for Brown Marmorated Stink Bug in Orchard Crops

En EspañolInformación importante sobre huertos de frutas
 

Additional Resource

IPM Crop Perimeter Restructuring The implementation of IPM Crop Perimeter Restructuring (IPM-CPR) for the management of key tree fruit pests may be less costly, more sustainable, enhance biological control, and be just as effective as current standard management methods.

More information about BMSB in orchard crops.


Small Fruit

IPM for Brown Marmorated Stink Bug in Small Fruit

BMSB feeds on raspberry, damaging the fruit

DownloadIntegrated Pest Management for Brown Marmorated Stink Bug in Small Fruit

En EspañolInformación importante sobre frutos pequeños
 

More information about BMSB in small fruit.


Vegetables

IPM for Brown Marmorated Stink Bug in Vegetables

BMSB nymphs and adults mass on an ear of corn

DownloadIntegrated Pest Management for Brown Marmorated Stink Bug in Vegetables

En EspañolEl Chinche Apestozo Marrón Marmolado en Vegetales
 

More information about BMSB in vegetables.


BMSB mass on the trunk of a woody treeOrnamentals

BMSB feeds on common ornamental plants, including catalpa, paulownia, and tree of heaven. Researchers are studying ornamental plants adjacent to other types of land to determine which areas may be particularly at risk.


Field crops may be at risk to BMSB damageField Crops

Researchers are monitoring BMSB’s effect on field crops as part of a project that is distinct from the specialty crops grant represented on this website. We provide links, which may interest some specialty crop growers.