Control Measures Begin Against Light Brown Apple Moth Infestation
Aug 2007 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
According to Thomas Miller, professor of entomology at the University of California, Riverside, there are about 60 new pests that are brought into California every 60 days. Further, controlling new pest infestations is incredibly difficult and total eradication virtually impossible. When a new pest arrives that threatens agriculture, as is the case in California with the pest known as the Light Brown Apple Moth (LBAM), officials must work quickly to manage the infestation. LBAM, native to Austr...
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