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Cover crops support arthropod predator activity with variable effects on crop damage during transition to organic management

July 16, 2020 – By Ariel Rivers et al., Biological Control – Predatory arthropod activity-density, richness, and the relative predation index increased by the third year of organic management in rolled hairy vetch-triticale.

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