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Rose Gardens Make Fruit Orchards More Inviting to Friendly Wasps

Apple, pear, and cherry growers in parts of Washington and Oregon are planting wild rose gardens next to their orchards as part of an areawide study conducted by Agricultural Research Service (ARS) and Washington State University (WSU) scientists to bolster spring populations of tiny, parasitic wasps that attack several leafroller moths in tree fruits.