Too many stinkbugs spoil the wine

The grape-loving insects are a foul-smelling addition

A stinkbug on a grape

BUGS INTO WINE  When marmorated stinkbugs (Halyomorpha halys, shown) get stressed, they release a chemical known to ruin red wine.

Vaughn Walton, © Oregon State University

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