Soybean pest management: stink bugs (2000)
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In Missouri, the green stink bug, Acrosternum hilare (Say), and brown stink bugs, Euschistus spp., commonly infest soybean fields. Throughout North America, the green stink bug is tied for second among all insect species attacking soybean pods and seeds. Stink bugs are typically more of a problem in the southern states than in northern states.
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