CABI’s training of MSc students reaches new milestone

CABI's training of Plant Protection MSc students at the Szent István University of Gödöllo in Hungary has reached a new landmark with the 10th course on research methods being delivered since its inception in 2010.
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CABI to share plant health expertise at TROPED 2018

 CABI scientists Dr Julie Flood, Dr Jayne Crozier, Dr Sivapragasam Annamalai and Muhammad Faheem are to share their expertise on plant health and food security at the first international conference on Tropical Fruit Pests and Diseases (TROPED) which will take place in Malaysia from 25-27 September 2018.
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Space-age technology for fight against crop-devastating pest outbreaks in Kenya

CABI is leading a consortium, funded by the UK Space Agency's International Partnership Programme (IPP), developing a Pest Risk Information Service (PRISE), which uses state-of-the-art technology to help inform farmers in sub-Saharan Africa of pest outbreaks that could devastate their crops and livelihoods.
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Seeing is Believing – empowering farmers with smartphone imaging

Many farmers in the northern Indian states of Haryana and Punjab still rely on inefficient agricultural practices that are ill adapted to climate change. Data can help them. Customised advice, based on localised weather and soil data, pests and diseases, as well as input availability, can improve management practices, productivity…
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CABI signs MoU with Agricultural Department Gilgit Baltistan to launch Plantwise program

CABI has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Agriculture Department Gilgit Baltistan in Pakistan to launch the Plantwise program in order to provide research-based advisory services to farmers.
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Workshop explores structure and tree-damaging termites in the tropics

CABI scientists have held a successful three-day workshop exploring how to diagnose and manage termites associated with structures and trees in the tropics.
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