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  1. Bee Forum
    Something that I'd like to make fellow beeks aware of is the presence of a new agricultural pest across the south. The sugarcane aphid, initially discovered in FL in 1971 and then in LA in 1999 in sugarcane fields has recently adapted and is now using milo or grain sorghum as a host plant...
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    Proteomic Investigation of Aphid Honeydew Reveals an Unexpected Diversity of Proteins Aphids feed on the phloem sap of plants, and are the most common honeydew-producing insects. While aphid honeydew is primarily considered to comprise sugars and amino acids, its protein diversity has yet to be...
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