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Re: Asian lady bugs [Re: VaBeagler] #7484347
02/04/22 08:00 AM
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I use Tempo too. Night and day difference.

Re: Asian lady bugs [Re: VaBeagler] #7484352
02/04/22 08:04 AM
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The only bug that totally stresses me out, and I loose sleep over is the Gypsy moth....Other I can suffer through. Those in Northern Michigan can attest, they defoliated my entire hunting property last spring. Including every white pine, all my blue spruce Christmas trees everything. Except the Red pine/Norway pine. Most oaks and maples re leafed pines did not. Wish the Asian beetles attacked them gypsies...


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Re: Asian lady bugs [Re: VaBeagler] #7484420
02/04/22 09:17 AM
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Treat the perimeter of your soffit and facia , exterior window frames where it touches the house and every other crack/crevice noticeable entry point. Like stated they are quite small and like flies,stink bugs and other insects most enter in common areas like mentioned. Cluster flies are best treated externally when activity is noticed and in the attic space on and around attic windows. They are photo sensitive/ attracted to light. It may take several seasons to get cluster flies under good control. Foggers are effective in tight space areas not easily accessable.

We generally treat homes/businesses and out buildings in Mid September in Pa. other climates may vary with the best time frame to achieve the best result. A common product that we use commercially is bifethrin a.i./ Talstar One. There are others you may get as a consumer just make sure the product is labeled for the intended specie. Wettable powder pesticides are quite effective for longer control.

Re: Asian lady bugs [Re: 160user] #7484517
02/04/22 11:04 AM
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Originally Posted by 160user
It was -31 below here this morning and I still get those little buggers in the house every once in a while. I am afraid to look in the attic.

It was -18 here the other day,,and we found three of them Stink Bugs in the house.My wife don't like those. smile


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Re: Asian lady bugs [Re: VaBeagler] #7484866
02/04/22 04:02 PM
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Flat glue traps work in certain locations


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Re: Asian lady bugs [Re: Bob Jameson] #7485431
02/05/22 01:28 AM
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Originally Posted by Bob Jameson
Treat the perimeter of your soffit and facia , exterior window frames where it touches the house and every other crack/crevice noticeable entry point. Like stated they are quite small and like flies,stink bugs and other insects most enter in common areas like mentioned. Cluster flies are best treated externally when activity is noticed and in the attic space on and around attic windows. They are photo sensitive/ attracted to light. It may take several seasons to get cluster flies under good control. Foggers are effective in tight space areas not easily accessable.

We generally treat homes/businesses and out buildings in Mid September in Pa. other climates may vary with the best time frame to achieve the best result. A common product that we use commercially is bifethrin a.i./ Talstar One. There are others you may get as a consumer just make sure the product is labeled for the intended specie. Wettable powder pesticides are quite effective for longer control.



Thank you for the well informed reply. Thank you to everyone that took the time to respond. Mr. Jameson I think you nailed our problem. We have a two story house. We don't have attic storage but have kneewall attic storage. My 12 year old daughter went into her kneewall space tonight to retrieve a game and found a huddle of asian beatles on the sunny side of the house that contained 2000 beatles guessing conservatively. I need to treat the soffit in the fall
Thanks to everyone for the advice.

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