Advisors research controls for spotted-wing drosophila


Issue Date: February 12, 2014
By Bob Johnson

Since the spotted-wing drosophila was first discovered in Stockton-area orchards six years ago, piercing the skin of ripe cherries so it could deposit its eggs inside, growers and researchers have found a rotation of insecticides that keep the pest at bay.

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