New pests

New plant species from West Bengal named after former President Abdul Kalam External link

Source country thehindu Saturday, February 24, 2018 3:17:00 PM CET | info [other]

Trigger words: [EFSAUnknownPestFilteredEmailAlert] (new_plant_health_threats)plant[9]; forests[1]; new species[3]; fruit[1]; fruits[2]; plants[3]; forest[1]; threats[1]; flowers[1]; flower[1];

Entities: Abdul Kalam[1]; Park West[2]; Tiger Reserve[1];

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Scientists from the Botanical Survey of India have identified a new plant species from two protected National Parks in West Bengal. Named Drypetes kalamii, it is a small shrub found to be shorter version of its close relative Drypetes ellisii.This adds to the rich floral wealth of India....

Lack Of Funding For Research Can Thwart Effor... External link

Source country modernghana Saturday, February 24, 2018 11:08:00 AM CET | info [other]

Trigger words: [EFSAUnknownPestFilteredEmailAlert] (new_plant_health_threats)bacteria[4]; plants[5]; Plants[1]; invasion[1]; dangerous[1]; diseases[2]; crop[3];

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Professor Felix Dapare Dakora, President of the African Academy of Sciences (AAS), has said the devolution of research-for-development (R&D) funding could jeopardise prospects of combating some of the thorny issues of the environment and climate change....

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Stem rust

GRRC annual report on wheat yellow rust 2017 released External link

Source country rusttracker Thursday, February 22, 2018 12:01:00 PM CET | info [other]

Trigger words: [StemRust] stem rust[1];

Other categories: Epidemic;

. Unusual and severe epidemics of yellow rust were observed on several continents in 2017. In a number of cases, epidemic sites at different continents were inter-related by prevalence of genetically identical yellow rust genotypes and races. Key highlights South America: Three distinct genotypes.......

Syngenta partenaire du Symposium International sur le Tournesol et le Changement Climatique External link

Source country seedquest Wednesday, February 21, 2018 6:02:00 PM CET | info English text... [en] [other]

Trigger words: [StemRust] rouille noire[1];

Other categories: Pathogen-of-war;

Guyancourt, France February 19, 2018. Syngenta a soutenu le Symposium International sur le Tournesol et le Changement Climatique organisé dans le cadre du projet Sunrise par l’INRA Toulouse, Terres Inovia et en collaboration avec l’Association Internationale du Tournesol, Promosol et le Consortium.......

Syngenta partner of International Symposium on sunflower and climate change

Guyancourt, France February 19,2018. Syngenta has supported the International Symposium on the sunflower and climate change organized within the framework of the Sunrise project by the INRA Toulouse, Inovia land and in collaboration with the International Association of sunflower, Promosol and the Consortium.

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