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NC aquarium tries to control invasive lionfish

On Time Warner Cable news

Controlling the population of invasive, venomous lionfish off North Carolina’s coast may be practically impossible but that’s not stopping the North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher from trying.

Staff members continue to go on dives to collect the non-native species and distribute them to aquariums.

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Fact sheet on biological control in greenhouses and high tunnels

Having trouble with pests in your greenhouses and high tunnels? Interested in learning more about using biological control to manage them? Read SARE’s new fact sheet, Sustainable Pest Management in Greenhouses and High Tunnels, to learn how beneficial insects can protect crops in season-extending structures and enhance the sustainability of your operation.

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