Natural enemies of tea pests have co-evolved with their preys. Most have a fairly low level of satiation and, therefore, may not control the pests in the conventional sense. They do, however, regulate the pest population to prevent large scale outbreaks. In the absence of natural enemies the pests may become endemic.
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