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Description of the Medfly Mass-Rearing Process at the San Miguel Petapa, Guatemala, Plant

  • J. Calderon
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Abstract

The Guatemalan Medfly Rearing Plant is located in San Miguel Petapa, a small town 12 miles away from Guatemala City. The plant was built in 1982–83.

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Sugar Cane Bagasse Sodium Benzoate Guatemala City Incubation Area Larval Collection 
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