Healing The Soil In A Lush Valley...Susan Jackson
Arturo Turesca likes what he sees--nothing--as he walks among his grape arbors, peeling off dead bark and looking underneath. During the spring, Turesca released test tubes of mealybug parasites among the 20 hectares of vineyards he farms. He'll probably save money by using parasites instead of pesticides to combat mealybugs, which are the worst enemies of grape plants. And he'll make the Aconcagua Valley a healthier place.
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