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CABI shares expertise in all things microbiome at UKRI Innovate UK KTN Microbiome One Health Conference

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Future of bovine TB research comes ‚Äėunder the microscope‚Äô at STAR-IDAZ IRC workshop

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Kenya’s livestock value chain may be strengthened through collaboration with US agricultural sector

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Mapping of weather and climate services for crop pest and disease management in Kenya comes under spotlight

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CABI works in partnership to step up fight against pests and diseases of papaya in Uganda

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CABI BioProtection Portal launched to help fight crop pests and diseases more sustainably in Tanzania

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CABI showcases potential of joint crop-livestock clinics and efforts to manage invasive papaya mealybug at NARO-MAK Scientific Conference in Uganda

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Ovarian development of yellow-spined bamboo locust sheds light on emergence and migratory nature of pest

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New binary toxins found in fight against devastating western corn rootworm pest

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Mass media campaigns can be effective in promoting safer crop pest and disease control, new study reveals

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Eiphosoma laphygmae likely to be best classical biological control against devastating fall armyworm pest

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Agreement with USDA towards greater regulatory harmonization and collaboration with ASEAN Members

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Workshop reviews Pakistan’s organic policy plans for more sustainable food and cotton production

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CABI’s Executive Council reviews progress and plans to tackle humanity’s greatest challenges

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Biopesticides should be preferred over chemical pesticides for fall armyworm control, study suggests

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Free crop pest diagnosis and management courses now available in 29 countries