A field of cabbage planted in Geneva, NY, in preparation for Cornell University's 2017 field trials of the genetically engineered sterile diamondback moth.
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Though tiny, diamond back moths wreak considerable farm damage, prompting efforts to use biotechnology, instead of insecticides, to control this pest.
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Maturing cabbage plants in Geneva, NY, are ready for the release of genetically engineered sterile diamondback moths in a 2017 field trial.
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These cages contain genetically engineered sterile diamondback moths that are part of a contained field trial in Geneva, NY.
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Entomologist Dr. Anthony Shelton releases genetically engineered sterile diamondback moths into cages for a contained field trial in Geneva, NY.
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Cornell University entomologist Dr. Anthony Shelton releases genetically engineered sterile diamondback male moths into cages for a contained trial in Geneva, NY.
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