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        2013 SARE IPM Study - Insects

Good bugs vs. Bad bugs      Back to Study Page

This page is a work in progress. The end goal is to feature the insects that are most prevalent to the vegetable growers in the midwest. There are good insects and bad insects, most of us just assume they are all bad and should be killed. Doing so with massive doses of pesticides, part of the goal of our 2013 SARE grant is to reduce our dependency on pesticides.







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