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USDA Invests $70 Million to Combat Plant Pests and Diseases

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The USDA is taking proactive measures to mitigate the threat posed by plant pests and diseases, investing $70 million to combat the likes of the box tree moth and sudden oak death. By prioritizing research, prevention, control, and eradication, the USDA seeks to safeguard agricultural production, natural resources, and the environment. Working with various partners, the USDA aims to develop targeted strategies to effectively combat specific pests and diseases, ensuring the vitality of the nation’s plants and crops.