Unfortunately their ravages aren't limited to just kudzu and soybeans. They also devastate pole beans, bush beans, yard long beans, cowpeas, peas, and fava beans. In the future, I'm going to have to grow all of my beans under an insect screened hoop house if I'm going to get any kind of crop other than 1000's of kudzu bugs out of them. Around here, they don't kill kudzu, they just slow it down a bit, but breed up to huge numbers in the kudzu patch, then migrate over to your gardens.
They also like to enter and overwinter in your house.
Location: Nashville, Tennessee, USA
posted 7 years ago
More ravages of globalism.....
We also have the yellow hornets killing honeybees in europe.
Another reason for localism.
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