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Funding taxonomic support to agriculture in developing countries

Using integrated pest management to help Albanian apple farmers increase their income

Review of Medical and Veterinary Entomology

CABI scientists receive prestigious Vietnamese agricultural award

Biological control of diamondback moth in Canada

The diamondback moth is a global pest. Canadian farmers often have use chemicals to protect their crops. This is costly and the pest is becoming immune, meaning additional control options are needed. In Europe, Asia and Africa, Diadromus collaris, is a major parasitoid of the moth. It has been introduced to several countries or regions and has established as a successful biocontrol. CABI is therefore carrying out life table studies in Europe to determine if its introduction is a viable strategy.

Botanic garden experts talk plant protection in China