Trapping The Tomato Moth With Sex
BRAZIL HARVESTS ABOUT 2.2 million tons of tomatoes a year and exports them around the world. Unfortunately, it must spray about 70% of the crop with chemical pesticides to hold larvae of the voracious South American tomato moth at bay. Even then, bugs sheltered in leaves can survive the dousing and destroy the crop.
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