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A great year to be a cabbage white butterfly: why are there so many and how can you protect your crops?

By Nigel Andrew, Professor of Entomology, Southern Cross University
Conditions this year have been perfect for a cabbage white population boom, but you can do a few things to stop their caterpillars from shredding your plants.The Conversation

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