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Western PA heralds RESCUE! Stink Bug Trap arrival

Folks in western Pennsylvania are among those anticipating the arrival of the RESCUE! Stink Bug Trap on store shelves, thanks to Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reporter Doug Oster's blog post, article, and Sunday morning show on KDKA-AM.

Busy Beaver will carry the RESCUE! Stink Bug Trap at all of their locations in western PA and eastern Ohio. Other known retailers in that region are Agway in Greensburg, PA; Best Feeds Garden Center in Gibsonia, PA; and Martin's Flowers & Shrubs in Belle Vernon, PA.

This list will grow; check back for more retail locations in the coming months!

February 14, 2011 in New RESCUE! Products, Stink Bugs | Permalink


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Since the smell of stink bugs attrack other stink bugs, I would like to try using the sticky fly paper rolls, put some stink bugs on them and hang the roll....hopefully they would stick to the paper. What do you think?

Posted by: bobbie | Feb 16, 2011 11:31:53 PM

Bobbie: Actually, the stink bugs' smell does not attract other stink bugs. They emit that odor as a defense when they are threatened.

Posted by: Stephanie | Feb 17, 2011 2:59:21 PM

I have already done away with most of my stink bugs-but I have to wait another year for FDA and Penna Reg Ag numbers-so while the rum-dumbs in Harrisburg PA fiddle with my burning money, I will soon be posting an effective way to kill them on the internet!

Posted by: Harry Potter | Feb 17, 2011 3:41:05 PM

I noticed that they are attracted to light. I have been able to kill quite a few because of their attraction. I figured I would get fly paper with maybe some kind of fruit juice on it just to attract them to it.

Posted by: Shiveta | Feb 19, 2011 12:16:09 AM

We have lots of the Stink Bug Trap on order. We are also taking deposit on them. Please call R.C Walter & Son True Value Hardware 412-751-5500

Posted by: Paul Christeson | Mar 2, 2011 5:41:25 PM

this is the information my cousin was interested in for her home upstate NY

Posted by: Barbara McMahon | Mar 10, 2011 7:23:17 PM

Every stinkbug trap that I have seen all have detailed desriptions on how they catch stinkbugs. However, there is never a detailed description on how to empty the trap. Stinkbugs will be live, dead, and dying, how do you deal with this?

Posted by: Jenni67 | Mar 24, 2011 9:16:17 AM

Jenni: Disposal is easy! Once trapped, the stink bugs will eventually dehydrate. To empty the dead bugs, you'll simply unscrew the bottom part of the trap, remove the cone, and dump them in the trash.

Posted by: Stephanie | Apr 1, 2011 1:31:34 PM

really? this pests attracts with their scent? they are so disgusting. how to get rid of it without using chemicals?

Posted by: Stink Bugs | Jun 25, 2011 8:20:56 AM

I too have had an amazing problem with Stink Bugs over the past year and a half. I have tried many ways to eradicate, even control and have stumbled upon a very inexpensive, highly effective means of killing and disposing of the bugs. It may be used in your house, attic, basement and can also be used in agricultural settings like fruit groves and orchards with a very effective high kill rate. It is completely safe and does not contain harsh chemicals.

My question is, is there anyone out there who is interested in partnering and preferably manufacturing these traps for market? Or any combination thereof? Please reply to my email posted here. Thank you!

Posted by: Dale | Jul 11, 2011 12:28:11 PM

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