To Beat A Parasite, Confuse ItElizabeth Veomett
CORNFIELDS ACROSS THE country are showing off their green and golden splendor. Hidden underground, however, are the ravages of a billion-dollar blight called rootworm. Pesticides are the standard solution. But researchers at Colorado State University think there is a better, more environmentally friendly way to deal with the parasites: Befuddle them.
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