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    An entomology lab is just one feature of the new Jordan Agricultural Research Center at Fresno State. Insects will mostly be studied for their benefits to plants, with a focus on pest control.

An entomology lab is just one feature of the new Jordan Agricultural Research Center at Fresno State. Insects will mostly be studied for their benefits to plants, with a focus on pest control. Mackenzie Mays mmays@fresnobee.com
An entomology lab is just one feature of the new Jordan Agricultural Research Center at Fresno State. Insects will mostly be studied for their benefits to plants, with a focus on pest control. Mackenzie Mays mmays@fresnobee.com

New agricultural center to boost research at Fresno State

May 13, 2016 1:47 PM