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Pesky Fruit Flies

Nasty fruit fly being held in check, for now

Pest caused nearly $5M in local damages in 2012

Wednesday, August 20, 2014
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Pesky Fruit Flies


Unlike its relatives that lay eggs on rotting or past-ripe fruit, this tiny, winged pest targets fresh fruit, inserting its eggs beneath the skin, often before harvest....

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