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05.06.2016

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Four Australian states are mobilising to prevent one of the world's most dangerous pest insects from decimating the nation's cereal crops. The Russian wheat aphid is endemic in most countries and has now been found in three parts of South Australia. But farmers are downplaying the situation, saying the impacts of the tiny insects can be managed. Source: abc.net.au

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