By Jonathan Yales
Insect biological control comes in all shapes and sizes — parasitoids, predators, or pathogens. So, what happens when neither a parasitoid nor a predator are feasible?
Well, sometimes scientists have to turn away from using insects to attack insect pests, and turn to using an even smaller organism, something microscopic: a pathogen.
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