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Biological agents to control weeds

Tuesday 15 April 2014 | Published in Environment

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Biological agents to control weeds
Dr Quentin Paynter of Landcare Research New Zealand and local entomologist Dr Maja Poeshko with examples of the invasive weeds that will be brought under control using biological control agents due to be introduced to the island in September. 14041402

Invasive weeds in the Cook Islands will be under attack with the roll-out of a project aiming to control weeds using biological agents.

Invasive weeds in the Cook Islands will be under attack with the roll-out of a project aiming to control weeds using biological agents.


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