Will they never learn? Scientists consider releasing Chinese flea beetles to fight invasive species of tree – they can’t control the spread of a tree, but think they can wrangle bugs

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(Natural News) The tallow tree (Triadica sebifera) is an invasive species of trees growing in North America. It is native to eastern Asia, characterized by its toxic leaves. It has no natural predators in North America, and is now rapidly conquering the South, showing a strong resistance to attempts at controlling their spread. Some scientists suggest…

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