Peter Griffin posted in airports • birds • grass • Grasslanz Technology • insects • parks • public spaces on June 9th, 2010.
Grazzlanz Technology, based in Palmerston North, has received funding to continue research into the commercial development of specific grasses which birds and insects find unpleasant. The growth of such grasses in airports and other public spaces could help to reduce the numbers of birds and insects in those spaces. An excerpt: (read in full here) […]
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