Bug Spray + Stickum = Less Pollution
Pesticides are a cornerstone of modern agriculture, but they can wreak environmental havoc. The chemicals wash into streams, kill beneficial bugs, and eventually fail when insects develop resistance to them. So scientists are searching for new ways to fight voracious pests. At the Agriculture Dept.'s Agricultural Research Service lab in Peoria, researchers have perfected one promising approach.
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