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West African farmers prepare for ant-aid

The humble weaver ant could come to the rescue of west African mango farmers suffering from fruit fly attacks. Praised as a 'gift of nature', a recent report from Benin has found that an abundance of the hungry hunters can provide effective and low-cost biological control.
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