Used by the FAO Global Action for Fall Armyworm Control, the Fall Armyworm R4D consortium, ASEAN Action Plan on Fall Armyworm Control and the International Organisation for Biological Control sub-group on Fall Armyworm
HALOPHILA STIPULACEA (HYDROCHARITACEAE) EN LA LAGUNA DE YAPASCUA, PARQUE NACIONAL SAN ESTEBAN, CARABOBO, VENEZUELA Halophila stipulacea (Hydrocharitaceae) in Laguna de Yapascua, San Esteban National Park, Carabobo, VenezuelaPosted by: carmen rodriguez
Hello, Intergrated pest management family, i am currently doing a masters in entomology,so would like to ask if any member can suggest a paper/journal/book/site where it talks about the use of baits to control fall armyworm. A no smell, efficient(fast reaction before multiplication of species and species specific. Thanks in advance.),Posted by: Phiwayinkosi Mhlungu
Yemen is one of the 78 countries affected by #FallArmyworm or #FAW, one of the most destructive pests in the 🌍.
Learn how @FAO worked with partners in Yemen to reduce the spread of the pest in the country through sustainable pest management practices.
With #fallarmyworm findings on at least three sites confirmed in Northland, Auk and Waikato growers of maize and sweetcorn should be actively scouting their crops for early signs of damage. Go and look now in your fields, see FAW guide on @MPI_NZ or @FARarable website and report!
Another great turnout for #fallarmyworm workshop in Hawke's Bay. Thanks @HortNZ veges and process veges @FARarable Seed and Grain Readiness and response. Graham Walker @plantandfood Scott Hardwick @AgResearchNEWS
#Magazines I never thought would quote me
#On subjects I never knew I would talk about
But still fun that @noradno gets noticed in @FarmersAfric !
https://farmersreviewafrica.com/africa-seeks-remedy-to-food-pests/?fbclid=IwAR2QD8noHKjEtryIIsK27NEF82DgQ7WU_7CWeJxUCkmJ3tBmquNwGrbkePk (look a bit past the mid article)!
Thank you at Kjersti Thorkildsen for letting me know.
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