New York BMSB Information


Cooperative Extension Offices in New York State

New York State IPM Program

BMSB Researchers in New York:

  • Ann Hajek, Cornell University
  • Art Agnello, Cornell University
  • Peter Jentsch, Cornell University

Pesticide Safety Education Program

Maps and Resources

News and Updates

March 17, 2017 Scientists May Have Found a Way to Get Rid of Pesky Stink Bugs

Scientists are set to release a natural enemy to the crop-killing bugs this summer. Source: Rochester First, Mar. 17, 2017.

March 16, 2017 The Battle of the Bugs: Wasps to Combat Upstate Stink Bugs

When brown marmorated stink bugs strike Rochester, New York, again this year, they will very likely meet their most formidable foe yet. Source: Democrat & Chronicle, Mar. 16, 2017.

March 7, 2017 Stink Bug Killers: Scientists to Release Samurai Wasps

The discovery of Trissolcus japonicus in Ulster County is likely to speed approval for the rearing and release of wasps in New York State. Source: Poughkeepsie Journal, Mar. 6, 2017.

October 12, 2015 Stink Bugs: Attacking Orchards, Invading Harrison Homes

Red Delicious apples are their favorite food this fall; attics and walls are their favorite places to tuck in for the winter. Source: Harrison Patch, Oct. 12, 2015.

June 17, 2012 Really Bugging Us: Invasive Insects Threatening Area's Trees, Crops

The brown marmorated stink bug and the emerald ash borer are two invasive species that are threatening the Hudson Valley’s environment and economy. Source: Daily Freeman, June 17, 2012.

October 18, 2011 Cornell Researchers Attack a Stinker of a Pest; iPhone Users Can Help Track the Invader

The Northeastern IPM Center will lead national outreach and education, while Art Agnello ’74, professor of entomology at the NYS Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva, NY, will study the impact of BMSB as it colonizes new habitats. Source: Cornell Chronicle, Oct. 18, 2011.