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CABI joins forces in first release of parasitic Asian wasp to fight devastating invasive fruit fly in Switzerland

CABI’s expertise in biological control of weeds in Latin America highlighted during Science Summit at UNGA78

Early warning pest alerts and Integrated Pest Management advice contributes to greater food security in Ghana

CABI supports floating pennywort weevil release in Barnsley, UK

Managing scale insects in fresh fruits in East Africa to enhance market access

Trade in mango, avocado, papaya and citrus within the East African Community region, the European Union and China at import and export levels have been rising. However, meeting the increasing demand is being affected by a number of crop pests and diseases. In East Africa, scale insects – mealybug pests such as Papaya mealybug and fruit tree mealybug – are impacting cultivation and yields. To tackle these pests and increase trade, CABI is working with partners to increase compliance with sanitary and phytosanitary requirements through improved surveillance and management of scale insect pests in East Africa.

40th country Jamaica joins CABI BioProtection Portal