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Home  >  Pest Management  >   Stink Bugs - Botanical Control Formulations (Summary)

Stink Bugs - Botanical Control Formulations


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By Justin Duncan, NCAT Agriculture Specialist

Published: September 2016

Updated: n/a



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Stink bugs cause injury to fruits, seeds, and leaves. They can also serve as vectors for disease. This tip-sheet may help control them with Botanical Control Formulations.

Table of Contents

Mint (Mentha): Menthol and Menthone
Garlic (Allium sativum): Allicin
Lemon Verbena (Aloysia): Citronellal and Sabinene
Thyme (Thymus): Thymol
Oregano (Origanum): Cymene and Terpinene

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