SA company may have the solution to dealing with tree borer beetles
A South African company, Pan African Farms (Beetle Busters) may have developed a fungicide to deal with the damage being done to trees in the country by a tree borer beetle.
Beetle Busters co-founder Michael Vivier explains how the chemical works and the progress they have made so far.
On some trees, we have been clean for two months now.Michael Vivier, Co-founder - Beetle Busters
I suppose somewhere down the line we have to physically cut down trees and have them sampled but the visual signs are brilliant.Michael Vivier, Co-founder - Beetle Busters
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