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  1. What's New | National Invasive Species Information Center
    Agricultural Research Service. First detected in the U.S. a decade ago, the brown
    brown marmorated stink bug (BMSB) is now in at least 39 states, is wreaking ...

    www.invasivespeciesinfo.gov/whats-new?page=4
  2. What's New | National Invasive Species Information Center
    But Agricultural Research Service scientists have found that the same bitter juice
    that causes despair among growers could yield invaluable clues to how the ...

    www.invasivespeciesinfo.gov/whats-new?page=3
  3. What's New | National Invasive Species Information Center
    Agricultural Research Service. Citrus greening disease, also known as
    Huanglongbing, is the most serious threat to the Florida citrus industry in its
    history.

    www.invasivespeciesinfo.gov/whats-new
  4. What's New | National Invasive Species Information Center
    Agricultural Research Service. USDA scientists have released two mobile phone
    applications, or "apps," to make things easier for anyone who needs to adjust ...

    www.invasivespeciesinfo.gov/whats-new?page=5
  5. What's New | National Invasive Species Information Center
    Agricultural Research Service. When an insect pierces the surface of a plant to
    feed, much of the action takes place in the plant's interior. A device called the ...

    www.invasivespeciesinfo.gov/whats-new?page=7
  6. What's New | National Invasive Species Information Center
    Agricultural Research Service. ARS is studying a potential biological control for
    the kudzu bug, which does feed on the kudzu vine, but also could be a major ...

    www.invasivespeciesinfo.gov/whats-new?page=8
  7. What's New | National Invasive Species Information Center
    Agricultural Research Service. USDA scientists have developed a new cell line
    that rapidly and accurately detects foot-and-mouth disease virus (FMDV) which ...

    www.invasivespeciesinfo.gov/whats-new?page=1
  8. What's New | National Invasive Species Information Center
    Agricultural Research Service. The Mexican fruit fly is a significant quarantine
    pest that could inflict billions of dollars in losses to citrus, peach, pears, avocado ...

    www.invasivespeciesinfo.gov/whats-new?page=6

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