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Modernizing Sanitary and Phytosanitary measures to facilitate agricultural trade in Asia

Indigenous People and Invasive Species

Integrated management of the cocoa pod borer in Papua New Guinea: An impact study

Rehabilitating cocoa production in Vanuatu

Safeguarding the environment, food security and livelihoods from invasive species using biological controls

Biological control of lesser calamint

Lesser calamint is an aromatic perennial herb that has been introduced to New Zealand from Europe. Currently present on the east coast of the North Island, lesser calamint is considered an emerging weed; it is affecting desirable pasture species and having negative economic impacts. CABI is conducting field surveys and searching for natural enemies from lesser calamint’s area of origin in Europe that could be introduced in New Zealand as biological control agents.