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05:25 | 27th June 2017

News: UK

Tue 13 Apr, 2010
By Sam Bristowe


We want to do all that we can to ensure that British apples are the best value and tastiest apples available today

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Sainsbury's saves crops by turning moths gay

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Sainsbury’s has released a new method to help their crops this year as it aims to turn moths gay in attempt to prevent them from ruining apples this season.

Moths are the biggest predator for ruining the crops and causing a high number in financial ruin for the large supermarket chain.

According to gayuknews, Theresa Huxley, Sainsbury's apple technologist said: "We want to do all that we can to ensure that British apples are the best value and tastiest apples available today”.

The new system sprays the Codling Moths with an imitation of female pheromones, which means the males later, become attracted to other males resulting in the breeding cycle being disrupted.



It is believed that it will save millions of pounds as Sainsbury’s continues on its quest to help Britain become the producers of fruit which is “the best in the world”.

 

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