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Pest control project wins government funding

    

Department of Conservation in New Zealand provides support for University of Canterbury research

The University of Canterbury has received a NZ$1.4 million grant to develop long-lasting feral pest lures.

Researchers at the university plan to use the grant to create chemical lures for seven kinds of mammal pest: stoats; ferrets and weasels; Norway, ship and Pacific rats; and feral cats.

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