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Jinping Zhang Project Scientist

T: +86 10 62898289


CABI, c/o CAAS-CABI Project Office, C/o Internal Post Box 56, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Beijing 100081, China

I am an entomological research scientist with a broad background in agriculture. My research experience is in plant quarantine, biological control and chemical ecology.

I specifically study biological control agents for the management of invasive alien pests. I have good experience of the biological control of spider mites, thrips and moths.

I have also worked on surveying and screening natural enemies as well as their mass production and field release technologies.

I have rich experience in extraction and identification of sex pheromones of pest, and developing lure products.

I have worked for CABI since 2012 as a project scientist, my role is implementing biocontrol research projects together with international colleagues and delivering higher quality research results.

Project image: Controlling Japanese knotweed in Great Britain

Biological control of brown marmorated stink bug

International trade is a common way for insects to ‘hitch-hike’ their way to new countries. The brown marmorated stink bug, originally from East Asia, has become a harmful invasive pest of many fruit and vegetable crops in North America and Europe. Biological control using Asian or European natural enemies...
Project image: Controlling Japanese knotweed in Great Britain

Biological control of the Spotted wing Drosophila - Drosophila suzukii

Drosophila suzukii Matsumura (Diptera: Drosophilidae), a fruit fly from East Asia, is now a serious economic pest of soft fruits and berries across Europe, the Americas and North Africa. In this project we are focusing on finding natural enemies (parasitoids) of the pest to introduce into Europe. This...