New pesticide to protect against deer

According to an article in the Star Tribune, a Minnesota scientist has developed a pesticide that works its way up through the roots of a plant to protect it from deer and other animals.

Because the pesticide product is weather-resistant, the company that licensed the product calls it a "game-changing" technology, according to the article.


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