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Given the economic and social importance of both wildlife-related activities and agriculture in Indiana, it is critical that we balance the relationship between wildlife species and agricultural production in order to meet the needs and interests of all groups involved. This publication helps readers with agricultural crop damage identification. The authors describe wildlife crop damage by plant species.
MacGowan, Brian; Lee A. Humberg, James C. Beasley, and Olin E. Rhodes, Jr.;
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