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Why is strawberry guava a problem?
Aren't there methods to control strawberry guava by hand? Why do we need biocontrol?
Why was this bug chosen to control strawberry guava here in Hawaii?
How will the bug help to control strawberry guava?
How do we know that the strawberry guava bug won't hurt other plants?
Isn't this bug likely to adapt to feed on other plants over time?
Won't strawberry guava be replaced by something worse?
Don't native birds depend on the fruit?
How can I protect trees in my own yard from the strawberry guava bug?
Many people use the wood and fruits of strawberry guava. How will those uses be affected?
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|This page was created on 23 June 2010 by PT, and was last updated on 23 June 2010 by PT.|