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Researchers urge new tactics to tackle leatherjacket damage

AFTER the loss of reliable chemical controls, experts at Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC) are advising farmers to start planning if they want to limit leather-jacket damage to crops and grassland in the autumn and spring.

The advice follows the EU ban on chlorpyrifos, a major insecticide used to control the population of the destructive grubs.

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