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Looking for new ways to combat wireworm

Nov. 25, 2011 -Researchers on Prince Edward Island and in Alberta are studying the effects of rotation crops on wireworm, which is becoming a larger threat to potato growers, with the pending expiration of Thimet  in Canada.  In 2009, wireworm caused $3.0 million worth of damage to potato farmers on the Island.


November 25, 2011
By CBC News

Nov. 25, 2011 – Researchers on Prince Edward Island and in Alberta are
studying the effects of rotation crops on wireworm, which is becoming a
larger threat to potato growers, with the pending expiration of Thimet 
in Canada.  In 2009, wireworm caused $3.0 million worth of damage to
potato farmers on the Island. |  READ MORE


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