Jun 27, 2017
Spotted wing drosophila threatens Wisconsin berry crops

Wisconsin Berry Growers Association says its nearly 90 members have been contributing money towards research to help identify management practices to control damage from spotted wing drosophila that can cause fruit to deteriorate, change its appearance and ultimately cause fruit to be unmarketable.

To see more on how the invasive species is threatening crops, see this story in the La Crosse Tribune.


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