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Larger Grain Borer: A Pesky Pest That Gets Peskier With Climate Change

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Some insects may see growing populations and expanding ranges under warming climate conditions. A new study shows that the larger grain borer (Prostephanus truncatus), a pest of stored products, is likely to find suitable conditions further inland and outside the tropics in the future compared to its current range. [Read more]

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