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Controlling pests

Pests can lead to costly damage and losses in crops. Some of the industry’s most devastating crop pests include slugs, cabbage stem flea beetle, potato cyst nematode and aphids.

Get the last news here on the pest risk this season and practical advice on controlling them in cereals, sugar beet and potato crops.

 

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