BMSB Treatments with Sulfuryl Fluoride and Methyl Bromide
Our national network of expert fumigators are approved by the Australian Department of Agriculture and Water Resources to perform BMSB Treatments with Sulfuryl Fluoride and Methyl Bromide.
Any target high risk or target risk goods manufactured in, or shipped from the United States between September 1, 2018 and April 30, 2019, are subject to the BMSB seasonal measures.
We know the target goods. We understand the regulations.
We meet all treatment standards. We are ready to start working for you.
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|Geographic Distribution:||Found in the eastern half of the U.S., as well as California, Oregon, Washington, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas|
Brown marmorated stink bugs are an invasive species from Asia that arrived in Pennsylvania in 1996. The stink bug earned its name from its tendency to release an odor when disturbed or when crushed. Many other insects have these same characteristics, including some species of ants, beetles and other bugs.
In general, adult stink bugs feed on fruits and nymphs feed on leaves, stems and fruit. Stink bugs search for overwintering sites in late fall to find shelter from the winter weather. They reemerge in early spring and become active.
Adult stink bugs occasionally enter homes and other structures when searching for overwintering sites. During warm months, they often congregate en masse on the sides of buildings.
Stink bugs have the potential to spread throughout the country, which could be harmful to the agricultural industry, as they destroy crops. Although stink bugs are not known to bite humans, their tendency to invade homes in high numbers can be a nuisance.
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