Researchers: January’s Cold Impacting Stink Bug in Parts of The Country

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This winter’s weather has reportedly done a number on the invasive stink bug population.

Researchers at Virginia Tech University said that January’s bitter cold temperatures may have killed 95 percent of stink bugs in the northeast that had not found shelter to stay warm this winter.

In New England, they’re seemingly everywhere: the brown, marmorated stink bug.

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