An Organic Option for Killing Stink Bugs - NBC29 WVIR Charlottesville, VA News, Sports and Weather

An Orange County company has developed an organic spray that promises to kill those pesky stink bugs on contact. Full Story
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HA HA

Hopewell, VA

#26 Oct 13, 2011
put all the nut signs you want on this comment but stink bugs are from asia and were placed in this country to damage our economy. eco terrorists plan and simple. They destroy hundreds of millions of dollars of our crops each year. Kinda weird how fast they have spread all over this country in such a short time and the fact they have not a single predator in this country should make you stop and think. remember when you slowly bleed nickles and dimes you lose dollars LOTS OF DOLLARS!!! please comment away
Greene Resident

Charlottesville, VA

#27 Oct 13, 2011
HEY.... get a real life..ok
Love Thy Bug wrote:
Stink Bugs are like all God's creatures and should be treasured and loved, not killed. I can't believe all the heartless souls on this forum. Would you kill your grandmother just because you did not want her around? Well the same goes for stink bugs. As a liberal, progressive, society we must embrace all of our inhabitants. So love thy neighbor including the stink bug. God loves everyone. Except republicans and tea baggers. You can all burn in H ell. And you heartless redneck hunters too! Peace and hugs......
Bug hater

Charlottesville, VA

#28 Oct 13, 2011
Hey guys... all ya need is a nice fine Jack Russell who loves bugs... wham!! they gone.

“Equal Opportunity Not Results!”

Since: Nov 08

Charlottesville

#29 Oct 15, 2011
heh wrote:
<quoted text>amen. teabagers do emit an offensive odor
If it weren't for "early man" meat eating hunters none of us would be here now.
Danny Stockton

Orlando, FL

#30 Oct 17, 2011
Good point about the thick shell. Stink bugs are aka shield bugs because of their thick shell. The ingredients are curious - rosemary oil, thyme oil, and cinnamon oil - I wonder how he decided on those ingredients. He says that the scent suffocates them and kills them in 30 sec...that's quite fast. I am guessing that the scents will smell good to us which is good. I have been researching stink bugs for a while. If anyone uses this product let me know. I am curious to see if it works. This site shows http://www.pestexterminator.com/stink-bugs-st... had good advice on how to get rid of stink bugs.
Bill Ahrens

Waynesboro, VA

#31 Oct 17, 2011
Available locally at Countryside Organics in Waynesboro. http://www.countrysideorgnanics.com . 801 2nd Street, Waynesboro, VA 22980
Bill Ahrens

Waynesboro, VA

#32 Oct 17, 2011
well-

United States

#33 Oct 17, 2011
Misfit wrote:
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Go sing Kumbaya in another country you dweeb!
Don't feed attention to the trolls!!! Ignore them and they'll go elsewhere for attention.
Great Suggestion

Richmond, VA

#34 Oct 18, 2011
My parents home is infested as well, though they had not mentioned it to me until a visit this weekend. It seems their stinkbugs entered by way of the chimney! They tried to close the damper but it didn't seal completely so the bugs just kept on coming! They are getting a top mount damper installed that they can close ( with a pull chain thing) to keep them out for good! I had no idea the stink bug swarms could be so bad!
mopar1938

Moneta, VA

#35 Dec 4, 2012
This is a well and good, I am tired of the pesky insects, now where can I buy this spray, trap?
mopar1938

Moneta, VA

#36 Dec 4, 2012
I keep a can of bacon grease on my counter and when I catch them I drop them in and they are dead. Last night while watching tv I caugt and killed 25 and that was in my living room. I just wonder how they get in the house all the windows and doors are kept closed. They don't hurt nothing just real annoying.
mopar1938

Moneta, VA

#37 Dec 4, 2012
How about the lady bugs? They are just as annoying.
mopar1938

Moneta, VA

#38 Dec 4, 2012
I bought a can of misquito spray and spray my screens and thet hate it, anything containing oil keeps them from landing on anything. Yhey hate oil products.
Where do you get rosemary, thyme and cinnamon oils. Are they available at organic stores?
Gnu

Charlottesville, VA

#39 Dec 4, 2012
Have a stink-bug drive and ship em back to South Korea ... along with all the Hyundais.
Gnu

Charlottesville, VA

#40 Dec 4, 2012
mopar1938 wrote:
I bought a can of misquito spray and spray my screens and thet hate it, anything containing oil keeps them from landing on anything. Yhey hate oil products.
Where do you get rosemary, thyme and cinnamon oils. Are they available at organic stores?
Whole Foods, Rebecca's Natural Food
robert

Oakland, MD

#41 Mar 30, 2013
how can i buy some?

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