Pigs Not Pesticides

Pigs Not Pesticides

A label from Jim Koan's AlMar Orchards & Cidery in Clayton Township, Mich., displays information about organic apples produced there, Jan. 31, 2008. Koan uses pigs to protect his fruit from the plum curculio, a tiny insect that is among the most destructive apple pests. More than two dozen porkers patrol his orchard, gobbling down fallen, immature apples containing the beetle's larvae. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)

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080131071351
January 31, 2008 05:17:29 AM
March 04, 2008 05:40:01 PM
Carlos Osorio
AP
ASSOCIATED PRESS
ONE OF EIGHT PHOTOS
3504 x 2336 1.11 MB
Fruits, Environment and nature, Plants
Clayton Township, MICHIGAN, UNITED STATES
MICO108
STF
CRO CRB**NY**

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