Non-Toxic 3D Printed Pesticide [Pic]

Non-Toxic 3D Printed Pesticide [Pic]
technology

With research and a bit of creative thinking, a New Zealand-based bioresearcher has created a novel pest repellent.

Don Michael Acelar De Leon
  • 3 march 2011

Bioresearcher and designer Vik Olliver has created a 3d model of a cabbage white butterfly as a non-toxic pest repellent. Olliver designed the model in after finding out that cabbage white butterfly females do not lay eggs near other cabbage white butterflies (or their look-a-likes).

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