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Work continues to tackle threat of fall armyworm in India with remote sensor-based pheromone trap technology
March 30, 2023
CABI is continuing its efforts working in partnership with CHAP to research remote sensor-based pheromone trap technology to help curb the threat to livelihoods and food security in India posed by the fall armyworm pest.
Developing a cabbage stem flea beetle biopesticide in partnership
June 29, 2022
CABI is working in partnership with CHAP – Crop Health and Protection Limited – as well as Russell Bio Solutions Ltd and H&T Bioseed, to find an effective and safe biological control to fight the devastating Cabbage Stem Flea Beetle Psylliodes chrysocephalus (CSFB).
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