Tomatoes are just one of the crops that could be damaged by Oriental fruit flies that appeared last month in the Redland in South Miami-Dade.
Tomatoes are just one of the crops that could be damaged by Oriental fruit flies that appeared last month in the Redland in South Miami-Dade. Ronna Gradus Miami Herald File
Tomatoes are just one of the crops that could be damaged by Oriental fruit flies that appeared last month in the Redland in South Miami-Dade. Ronna Gradus Miami Herald File

Fruit fly outbreak triggers South Miami-Dade quarantine

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