In fight against African pests, researchers point to natural-born killers

BOGOR, Indonesia — They’re green. They’re flowery. And to many of the insects that ravage crops in Africa, they’re deadly. Call it a “back to nature” approach to pest management: With infestations still threatening the food security of many smallholder farmers in Africa and global demand growing for produce free of synthetic pesticides, researchers say... Read more

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