Nematodes show promise as greener cranberry pesticide alternative
December 10, 2019 By U.S. Department of Agriculture
A green alternative to pesticides is being presented to cranberry growers. Two nematode species native to Wisconsin that effectively control cranberry pests have been studied by two ARS scientists looking to ensure a sustainable future for the berries.
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