Fall Armyworm shows signs of invasion in Asia; farmers fear crop destructions

Fall Armyworm in Asia

Officials from India fear the spread of Fall Armyworm, a pest that commonly destructs maize and key crops, in Asia as it left a 70% crop destruction in countries in Africa amounting to $2.4 billion to $6.1 billion and has continued to give signs of invasion across East and Southeast Asia.

Source: Swati Gupta, CNN | Photo by Wmhendrix, Flickr

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