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Sensors target movements of pest to protect lima beans

Issue Date: October 13, 2021
By Bob Johnson

Sensors are set up just above the canopy in plots of lima beans in test fields at the University of California, Davis. They are sensitive enough to detect and record whether motion 2 meters away is a male or female lygus bug—or a helpful predator.

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