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Nepal terraces

Nepal terraces

New research published in April in the journal Biocontrol Science and Technology examines the release of the eupatorium gall fly (Procecidochares utilis) against the noxious invasive weed Ageratina adenophora along varying elevations in Nepal. Conditions in Nepal are ideally suited for studying the impact of invasive species, as the country contains unique terrain, including a climatic range that varies from conditions like the Florida Keys to conditions like the Arctic in a geographic span of just 180 kilometers. (Photo courtesy of Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Integrated Pest Management)

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