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Video: Bug Forecast 2011 with BASF's Dr. Bob Davis

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BASF Entomologist Dr. Bob Davis gives his predictions for the 2011 pest season, including how La Niña might impact pest populations.

| April 25, 2011

BASF Entomologist Dr. Bob Davis gives his predictions for the 2011 pest season, including how La Niña might impact pest populations.

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Additionally, a customizable press release about this spring’s pest season can be downloaded here.
 

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