Bats save corn farmers $1 billion per year

Cornfields without bats are infested by nearly 60 percent more moth larvae, researchers say. Bats deserve a better reputation. They may be creepy or troublesome when they occupy our attics, but overall they’re more pesticide than pest. Not only do they suppress disease-carrying flies and mosquitoes, but they also devour insects that … – Business Platform


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