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Very pretty shell. A bad player here in North Carolina where it eats not only kudzu but soybean, green beans, and other legume crops.

What kind of bug is this? Check out page 9 of the communicator to find out! #Farm #Garden #bug #green #insects #identify #pest

Homeowners and soybean growers in North & South Carolina are in for a surprise this year, as kudzu bugs continue their march across the Southeast. This invasive pest congregates en masse on home siding and legumes, like soybeans.

fire-ant-1 don't want these little critters in my garden. Have been bitten by them and it is so owwee!

Tips On Fire Ant Control - Taming an Invasive Pest

fire-ant-1 don't want these little critters in my garden. Have been bitten by them and it is so owwee!

Carpenter bees often return to the nests they bored out the previous year.

Tiny piles of sawdust found in random spots are likely caused by large wood-drilling insects called carpenter bees.

Assassin bug - Garden Friend

Assassin bug - Garden Friend

Picture of Ailanthus Webworm Moth

The definitive coloring and stripes on this moth make it unique among Webworm Moths. They tuck and roll their wings close to their bodies when resting, making themselves look more like a beetle.

Friday, April 3rd, 2015: Kudzu Bug (Megacopta cribraria ) on soybean (Glycine max ) - Russ Ottens, University of Georgia, Bugwood.org

Image 5475145 is of kudzu bug (Megacopta cribraria ) adult(s) on soybean. It is by Russ Ottens at University of Georgia.

An international team of researchers has designed decoys that mimic female emerald ash borer beetles and successfully entice male emerald ash borers to land on them in an attempt to mate, only to be electrocuted and killed by high-voltage current.

An international team of researchers has designed decoys that mimic female emerald ash borer beetles and successfully entice male emerald ash borers to land on them in an attempt to mate, only to be electrocuted and killed by high-voltage current.

This is a wheat bug, not the kissing bug, and it is beneficial in the garden.

This is a wheat bug, not the kissing bug, and it is beneficial in the garden.

A lacebug can create a lot of damage, as seen by the black spots on the leaf.

A lacebug can create a lot of damage, as seen by the black spots on the leaf.

Squash vine borer - good info to keep in mind for next year.  Too late for my squash this season :(

Squash vine borer - good info to keep in mind for next year. Too late for my squash this season :(

This wheelbug is a good guy who eats caterpillars and other pests. Just don’t touch him.

This wheelbug is a good guy who eats caterpillars and other pests.

City buzz: Ted Goins is an urban beekeeper on his downtown rooftop

City buzz: Ted Goins is an urban beekeeper on his downtown rooftop

ground nesting bees - I get the heebee jeebee's just looking at the photo...if there's a nest to be found, I'll find it...Owww

ground nesting bees - I get the heebee jeebee's just looking at the photo.if there's a nest to be found, I'll find it.

Garden Myths Busted: Beer, Coffee, and Eggs

Two horticultural professionals took some of the most popular garden myths into the university laboratory to prove or disprove the accuracy of these myths. Linda Chalker-Scott from Washington S.

Harsh cold puts peach yield in peril

Harsh cold puts peach yield in peril

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