CABI-led £1.6 million collaboration helps reduce China’s reliance on harmful pesticides

A CABI-led project involving an international team of remote sensing and plant protection experts is helping China reduce its reliance on harmful pesticides to fight crop pests and diseases including yellow rust fungal disease of wheat and locusts.
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CABI shares expertise in transboundary plant pests at G-20 MACS in Tokyo

CABI scientists Dr Ulli Kuhlmann and Luca Heeb have shared their expertise in transboundary plant pests which threaten global food security at the Meeting of G20 Agricultural Chief Scientists (MACS-G20) held in Tokyo, Japan.
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CABI’s new quarantine facility creates greater capacity for Parthenium research in Pakistan

CABI has increased its capacity to fight the highly invasive and destructive Parthenium weed by opening a new quarantine facility at its Central and Western Asia (CWA) offices and laboratories in Rawalpindi, Pakistan.
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Farmers in Malawi fund first purpose-built permanent plant clinic to fight pests and diseases

The new plant clinic 10 April 2019 - A group of farmers in Ntcheu district, Central Malawi, have clubbed together to fund the first purpose-built permanent plant clinic to help fight a range of crop-devastating pests and diseases that threaten their livelihoods and food security. Pengapenga…
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CABI scientists are leading the fight to control one of the UK’s most invasive weeds – Himalayan balsam

CABI experts in the field of classical biological control are leading the fight to manage one of the UK's most invasive weeds -Himalayan balsam - thanks to the nationwide release of the rust fungus Puccinia komarovii var. glanduliferae.
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New upgraded invasive species Horizon Scanning Tool launched

This week CABI launched the full version of its invasive species Horizon Scanning Tool, a free and open access online resource available via the Invasive Species Compendium that helps users make decisions about invasive species and identify possible risks in countries, provinces and states.
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