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CABI scientists share knowledge on fall armyworm diagnostics, ecology and its management in Philippines
June 14, 2021
Muhammad Faheem, Sathis Sri Thanarajoo
CABI South East Asia (CABI-SEA) has hosted online training on the devastating fall armyworm (FAW) – looking at the diagnostics, ecology, surveillance and management of the pest in the Philippines, writes Dr Sathis Sri Thanarajoo and Mr Muhammad Faheem.
Scaling up biocontrol of fall armyworm: CABI scientists share expertise in ASEAN technical workshop
March 24, 2021
CABI scientists have shared their expertise on the use of safer-to-use and more sustainable biocontrols of the fall armyworm (Spodoptera frugiperda) as part of an ASEAN Technical Workshop Series on how to tackle the devastating crop pest.
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