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October 13, 1992 | DONNA K.H. WALTERS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Two U.S. scientists who nearly 40 years ago developed a technique now commonly used to control such pests as the Mediterranean fruit fly on Monday were awarded the World Food Prize in a ceremony in Des Moines, Iowa. The food prize, which acknowledges contributions to improving the world food supply, is agriculture's equivalent of the Nobel prizes and carries a monetary award of $200,000. This year's winners are Dr. Edward F. Knipling, 83, of Arlington, Va., and Dr. Raymond C.
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October 13, 1992 | DONNA K.H. WALTERS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Two U.S. scientists who nearly 40 years ago developed a technique now commonly used to control such pests as the Mediterranean fruit fly on Monday were awarded the World Food Prize in a ceremony in Des Moines, Iowa. The food prize, which acknowledges contributions to improving the world food supply, is agriculture's equivalent of the Nobel prizes and carries a monetary award of $200,000. This year's winners are Dr. Edward F. Knipling, 83, of Arlington, Va., and Dr. Raymond C.
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