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5 invasive species now in retreat

- Leigh MontgomeryStaff

2. Boll weevil

Introduced in 1892, this Central American beetle ravaged the American Cotton Belt for a century. In 1958, a federal program took aim. Today, 15 states are free of the beetle; cotton is reviving in some.

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