ORLANDO, Fla. (FNS) -- The population of Mediterranean fruit flies, which has infested two Florida counties this year, appears to be under control, according to Ray Gilmer of the Florida Fruit and Vegetable Association here. se of sterile males and ground spraying where minor outbreaks had been noted. Gilmer said the strategy has effectively controlled the population, with fewer flies reported in ensuing days. "This has helped, but we are looking for strategies to keep these outbreaks from ...

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