Stink bugs are approximately 0.68" long and are colored in shades of brown or green. Stink bugs are harmless to humans. However, they could become pests once they're in your home. Stink bugs, similar to skunks, release an unpleasant odor as a defense mechanism preventing predators from attacking, hence their name "Stink" Bugs. Moreover, stink bugs release this smell almost every time they land to ensure protection around them. The worst part is, the smell will last a very long time (up to 6 months!) and it will attract more stink bugs, creating a hibernating bin. Could you imagine if you had a stink bug infestation within your home? It is vital that you apply concentrated pesticides to get rid of them before your stink bug problem gets worse. For more information on the appropriate stink bug spray, please feel free to continue reading or do not hesitate to give us a call.>> Read More
Stink bugs will not only "stink" up your house, but they could also cause severe damage to your garden. Their diet usually portrays of fruits and vegetables (they have also been seen eating other smaller insects). Because of their picky eating habits, stink bugs nibble small bites here and there switching from fruit to fruit, vegetable to vegetable. Thus, potentially damaging your whole garden in just a couple of days. Like many other insects, stink bugs are also attracted to warmth, which is one of the reasons why these bugs are often found indoors. Because we have an idea of what the target areas are, we can use stink bug spray to spray in those target locations, both inside and outside of the house.
When managing these pests, be sure to be careful. In addition to their horrible smell, stink bugs can also bite. In terms of stink bug insecticide and choosing which insecticide to go with all depends on the infestation location. There are various ways to treat stink bugs. If your outside garden is your main concern, you should look into permethrin concentrated insecticides which includes granules and stink bug sprays. If indoor infestation is your problem, you need cypermethrin concentrated sprays. Cypermetrhin based sprays can be used as a killer spray and repellent spray. Moreover, you should also look into dust and powder form insecticides. Applying dust and powder form insecticides can be very helpful covering crawl spaces and crevices. Ensure the control of your stink bug problem by combining different formats of insecticides.
Stink bugs can be spotted during the fall and winter months. During the fall, you will begin to notice more stink bugs invading your home. Prevent this from happening by taking preventative measures. Use our professional grade insecticides to remove and kill stink bugs. Stink bugs can be a nuisance when getting rid of them, so it is recommended that you act ahead of time using our presented treatments below. Rely on our pest control stink bug products to effectively remove your stink bugs.to effectively remove your stink bugs.
For more information on how to get rid of stink bugs and stink bug spray, please feel free to call us at 1-800-788-4142.
There are some liquid brown marmorated stink bug insecticides that are safe to use indoors as well. Dust products are usually NOT safe or consumable for small children and animals.However, dust products are used for spot treatment in areas of very little or no traffic. Although they treat areas with little or no traffic, there are chances that animals or small children may find the dust. There is just one dust that is natural which is Mother Earth Dust. However, all dusts can be inhaled during application which may potentially be harmful.
Therefore, when you are using indoor pesticides, you must remove the animal and all people from the treated area until the pesticide is dry (typically about 2-3 hours after treatment). Also, keep in mind that all product labels must be thoroughly reviewed before use.
The stink bugs are entering inside from outdoors, this can be anywhere in the basement, attic, or in the living floors where there is a window or entry way, or any crack and crevice on your structure.To prevent them from entering, something called a "barrier treatment" is going to need to be applied. This is creating a barrier around the perimeter of your structure with the diluted solution of Masterline Bifenthrin and water. From the base of the structure, you will need to spray about 4 feet high and 4 feet out, also spraying around window frames, door frame, the garage door frame, and any utility pipes that are leading to the inside of the structure.
Indoors, you should spray where you are seeing infestations, window sills, entry door frames (front door, back door, door to garage).You will also need to seal any open cracks and crevices. It sounds like hard work, once you begin, it should be a non-difficult task. Also, please keep in mind that you should always read the product label thoroughly before applying any professional pesticide. Also, when the pesticide is applied, please allow at least 2-3 hours for the solution to dry before you come in contact with the treated area again.
If you have any further questions regarding Masterline Bifenthrin, dilution rates, or how to apply Masterline Bifenthrin, please feel free to contact us again via e-mail or telephone at 1-800-788-4142.
As far as aerosol sprays go, CY-Kick Aerosol with a longer residual can be applied to cracks and crevices and liquid insecticides may be the most effective.Liquid insecticides that you have to dilute with water, like Masterline Bifenthrin 7.9, have a longer residual and a larger coverage