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Paraguay to mimic Brazilian earworm controls

Paraguayan authorities have concluded that IPM and the use of GAP constitute one of the better strategies for the control of the spread of earworms (Helicoverpa spp) in Paraguay, the plant health inspection service, the Senave, says. That follows the visit of a group of scientists from the agency to Brazilian agricultural research corporation the Embrapa facilities in Parana state last month. The country is to replicate those IPM measures that have already been implemented in Brazil to control the spread of the pest, Brazilian newswire Agrolink reports.



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