Landscape factors, such as nearby structures, roads, and different land use types, could affect how severe a risk BMSB poses to agriculture. Researchers are just beginning to unravel the mysteries of the insect in the natural landscape. Since BMSB targets a wide range of host plants, these factors can make it difficult to defend valuable crops. As researchers gather emerging information about how landscape factors affect the movement of BMSB, we will post the best and most practical information here.
An integrated pest management program running since the 1980s has led to fresh insights about a new invader. Scientists are deploying maps to aid the fight.
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New insights into the invasive pest's behavior could help growers protect farms located near woodlands.