France presents an insect that eats a plant harmful to ragweed

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This is the question that arose after the ragweed beetles significantly reduced weeds in neighboring Italy. Ambrosia – ambroisie in French – was introduced into France by freight from the United States in 1863. It has since become established, notably in the river valleys of the south-east but also along the Dordogne and in other parts of the south -Where is.

Presentation of the ragweed beetle

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