Oriental fruit flies can infest a wide array of crops, including tomatoes, peaches, mangoes, peppers and avocados, or about 95 percent of the crops grown in South Florida.
Oriental fruit flies can infest a wide array of crops, including tomatoes, peaches, mangoes, peppers and avocados, or about 95 percent of the crops grown in South Florida. Jesse Haber For the Miami Herald
Oriental fruit flies can infest a wide array of crops, including tomatoes, peaches, mangoes, peppers and avocados, or about 95 percent of the crops grown in South Florida. Jesse Haber For the Miami Herald

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