Not all nematodes are created equal, and some actually could be useful pest-management tools.


Brigham Young University researcher Byran Adams is investigating Heterorhabditis bacteriophora.


The challenge is that when the worms are mass-bred for agricultural purposes, they tend to, as Adams says, “wimp out,” and are not as deadly as those that grow in the wild.


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