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Plant health has always been tightly linked to human health. Read our blog on why plant health is crucial to achieving #ZeroHunger, in support of World Food Day 🌽
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This International Day of #RuralWomen, we celebrate the fundamental contribution made by women everyday to the Global Goals for Sustainable Development
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Update: New Pest & Disease Records. Includes the first report of sweet potato Badnavirus A and B in South Africa https://plantwi.se/2OQwdeN
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Have you heard about our photobooklets? These photo guides are crop specific and offer extra guidance to extension workers for field diagnosis
Plantwise Photobooklets
Plantwise Photobooklets
blog.plantwise.org
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#Mangkhut is the latest in a series of typhoons that have battered the agricultural region of the Philippines and with each storm cutting yields, farmers are caught in a cycle of debt, always trying to cover the losses from the last storm
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🌱 How's your plant health knowledge? Our latest Plant Doctor Quiz is up and running, try it out:
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The goal is to monitor and forecast the further spread of FAW and to provide preventive measures and solutions for affected farmers on the ground.
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New research has forecast the global extent of invasion by #fallarmyworm
Where next for fall armyworm?
Where next for fall armyworm?
blog.invasive-species.org
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Earthworms are one of the most important soil animals; they have the capability to maintain the fertility of the soil and therefore play a key role in sustainability
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We all know the importance of building genuine partnerships, leveraging on one another’s strengths to combat pests and diseases. But are these partnerships sustainable and future proof?
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