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The Diamondback Moth: Pest Control Without Pesticide

Video   Jan 31, 2020 | Taken from Cornell Alliance for Science and the Science Media Production Center

 

Tony Shelton, Cornell professor of entomology, discusses how the Oxitec Diamondback Moth could provide an innovative solution to sustainable pest control—without the use of insecticide.

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