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Apple snail invasion could be “disastrous” for rice production and food security in Kenya, study reveals

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New website launches to help career progression of professionals within agriculture

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Study highlights urgent need to protect world’s forests from non-native pests in the face of climate change

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Three ways to fight invasive Prosopis juliflora tree in Eastern Africa all proved very effective, new study shows

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Story suggesting Latin America is the new ‘US plastic dump’ wins SciDev.Net Journalism Awards

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Initiative launched to help reduce risk of pesticides to farmers, consumers and the environment in Nakuru County, Kenya

Floating pennywort is one invasive non-native species of concern. The aquatic weed causes dense mats that cover the water’s surface – such as here on this water course on the River Wey, Weybridge, UK (Credit: Djami Djeddour).
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Invasive non-native species cost UK economy an estimated £4bn a year, new CABI-led study reveals

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CABI investigates how finance can help boost Africa’s coffee value chain

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Find bioprotection products faster and easier with new CABI BioProtection Portal

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CABI to investigate using parasitic fly as a classical biological control agent against Japanese beetle

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Biocontrol agent released to control noxious parthenium weed in Pakistan

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CABI’s expertise in biological control resources highlighted in journal’s special issue

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Sign-up for SciDev.Net debate exploring pesticide risks in Kenya

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Project advocates village-based biological control of fall armyworm in Zambia

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New study reveals willingness of papaya farmers in Kenya to reduce pesticide use

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Samurai wasp has minimal impact on native stink bugs, new CABI-led study confirms