AUDIO: Mild winter ‘behind fruit fly plague’

An unseasonal plague of fruit flies, being experienced by some parts of the UK, is down to an “exceptionally mild winter”, according to Dr Michelle Fountain, an entomologist specialising in fruit crops at the East Malling Research Station in Kent. —> Read More Here

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