Queensland Fruit Fly detected in the MIA, growers urged to take action

Katherine Vella
Updated February 27 2021 - 9:39am, first published February 26 2021 - 7:00pm
DAMAGE: Growers and backyard gardeners should take action now to prevent more crop damage from the Queensland Fruit Fly. PHOTO: Supplied
DAMAGE: Growers and backyard gardeners should take action now to prevent more crop damage from the Queensland Fruit Fly. PHOTO: Supplied

Griffith growers are urged to take action against the Queensland Fruit Fly which is currently causing loss and downgrade to citrus across the MIA.

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Katherine Vella

Kat is a former English teacher to international students and has taught all over the world. She is beginning a new career as a journalist with the Area News. Got something you want to chat about? She's all ears.

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