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Ant damage in African Mahogany.

Ants on African Mahogany

Leaf-cutting ant is a very common pest in the field, mainly in forests. Depending on the intensity of the attack, they can cause great damage to planting. In this way, foresters and farmers, concerned with the health of the crop, always look for ways to control the attack of leaf-cutting ants and termites.

The forest damage caused by leaf-cutting ants is defoliation. Depending on the infestation of the area, the damage can cause economic losses. When infestation is high, for example, it can result in delayed tree growth and, consequently, delayed wood production. Thus, attack control becomes an essential activity.

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