State defends guava biocontrol
COURTESY U.S. FOREST SERVICE
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A proposal to introduce a Brazilian scale insect to Big Island forests to control the spread of strawberry guava trees, like this thicket in the Olaa Forest Reserve, has drawn public concern.
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