Display name Marcellin Cuma Cokola First name Marcellin Cuma Last name Cokola firstname.lastname@example.org Role Researcher Country Congo (Kinshasa) Organisation Université Evangélique en Afrique Area of Research Biology, Monitoring, Surveillance and Scouting; Biological Control Describe your research
My research interest is focus on monitoring and biological control of fall armyworm in eastern DR Congo; I'm doing my thesis in developing a monitoring system to study fall armyworm's predators and parasitoids. In addition, I'm studying entomopathogens for more effective biological control against the fall armyworm.
ORCID iD 0000-0002-5429-0483 Google Scholar Link Member since July 2, 2020 Topics posted 4 Replies 7
Thank you for your comment Aislinn and sorry for this late reply. Not all regions of the DR Congo are made up of rainforest climate, the case of the Ruzizi plain and many other corners of the country. In fact, the Ruzizi plain has a rather special climate compared to Kabare which is located next to the Kahuzi Biega National Park. You have just underlined a very important aspect of the research that I had not considered, the action of the wind in the migration of fall armyworm. This would be very important to study.
October 7, 2022
Thank you for sharing
March 18, 2021
Congratulations to all, nice paper!
January 23, 2021
Thank you for sharing the results of this research. This study confirms the active participation and implication of women in the management of fall armyworm on the African continent. A similar study (not yet published) on farmers perception and indigenous methods of fall armyworm management in eastern DR Congo confirms these results. Congratulations to the whole team for this interesting publication!
January 21, 2021
Hi Roger. The topic I shared is a short communication which is under review in African entomology. The results obtained show a low population in onion cultivation in the natural environment. However, I have not yet carried out studies on fecondity, but I have still preserved the specimens found. I only took the incidence aspect as it is the first time that FAW has been detected in onion crops.
July 14, 2020
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