Plague Of Locusts Consuming Northern Argentina And Uncomfortably Close To Uruguay Finally Gets Conservative Pesticide Treatment

The plague of locusts in the Argentine provinces of Corrientes, Entre Rios, and Santa Fe has finally been met with control efforts despite the first alerts being raised back on May 11th. Argentina is conservatively treating the plague of locusts endangering the remains of their agricultural output with a strategy allowing only narrow windows of opportunity to spray the pests. This is a stark contrast from the Argentine government's strategy to handle a seasonal respiratory illness by shutting down society.

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