stink bugs on citrus indoors
Can anyone tell me what kind of damage stink bugs do to citrus? I've read that they damage all kinds of fruit trees etc. outside but I'm dealing with the new stink bugs that like to overwinter indoors. I had a small improved Meyer lemon in my kitchen and kept finding stink bugs on it-especially the fruit which developed grayish spots on them. The tree also showed some scale just beginning which I treated with Rosemary oil, and then found a stinkbug on the underside of a leaf that had beginning scale and all the scale disappeared-not sure if the stink bug had anything to do with that or not. Some stink bugs will eat other insects but nothing says these do. Now I've found some stink bugs in my greenhouse on my big Meyer lemon and on the one and only fruit on my Buddha's Hand. I kill every stink bug I see but worry about those I don't see. So- any suggestions on getting rid of them or what damage they do to new unripe lemons or blooms of lemons.??