Study: Moth larvae could affect switchgrass production

Researchers at South Dakota State University said that advanced-biofuel developers seeking to use switchgrass need to study further the impact of the moth Blastobasis repartella, according to a study published Oct. 25 in the journal Zootaxaca. The moth's larvae is thought to bore into switchgrass, which could harm production of the energy crop, the report said.

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