STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) — While too early to determine the extent of crop damages, there are indications that the brown marmorated stink bug may not have been as big a pest to Pennsylvania farmers this season as initially feared.
The recent stretch of wet weather may have tamped down numbers of the insects with voracious appetites and no domestic natural predators.
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