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Desert Locust monitoring and forecasting No.12 2020 - 10 - 15

From July to the end of September 2020, Desert Locust in Somalia harmed about 1266.1 thousand hectares of vegetation area, including 2.9 thousand hectares of cropland, 189.1 thousand hectares of grassland, and 1074.1 thousand hectares of shrub. Desert Locust in Yemen harmed about 1157.1 thousand hectares of vegetation area, including 270.7 thousand hectares of cropland, 123.2 thousand hectares of grassland, and 763.2 thousand hectares of shrub.

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[2020] Issue 5 Total 39 2020 - 09 - 15

During September 2020, pest will occur heavier than disease in main rice production countries, the total damaged areas are estimated to reach 20.1 million hectares, mainly occurred in India, Thailand, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Vietnam, Philippines, Cambodia, Pakistan, Nepal, Japan, United States, South Korea, Laos and Iran.

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Desert Locust monitoring and forecasting No.11 2020 - 09 - 10

From July to the end of August 2020, the Desert Locust harmed about another 1668.5 thousand hectares of vegetation area in Ethiopian, and about 907.1 thousand hectares in Kenya.

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Desert Locust monitoring and forecasting No.10 2020 - 09 - 10

In July 2020, Desert Locust in Pakistan newly harmed about 628.3 thousand hectares of vegetation area, Desert Locust in India newly harmed about 957.7 thousand hectares of vegetation area.

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Report of Monitoring and Assessment of Desert Locust in Africa and Asia(2020 No. 1-10) 2020 - 08 - 10

Report of Monitoring and Assessment of Desert Locust in Africa and Asia(2020 No. 1-10)

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Desert Locust monitoring and forecasting No.9 2020 - 07 - 19

The Desert Locusts are mainly distributed in India, Pakistan, Ethiopia, Kenya, Yemen, and Somalia, severely endangering the agriculture and animal husbandry of these countries.

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Desert Locust monitoring and forecasting No.8 2020 - 07 - 19

The desert locusts are mainly distributed in the spring breeding areas of Indo-Pakistan border, the west of Pakistan, the coastal and inland areas of the Arabian Peninsula, southern Ethiopia and most of Kenya at the moment, and has begun to move to central Sudan, Indo-Pakistan border and the countries of West Africa to start Summer breeding. 

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Desert Locust monitoring and forecasting No.7 2020 - 07 - 19

From March to mid-May 2020, Desert Locust in Kenya harmed about 3359.2 thousand hectares of vegetation area (including 864.6 thousand hectares of cropland, 1393.8 thousand hectares of grassland and 1100.8 thousand hectares of shrub), mainly distributed in Rift Valley Province and Eastern Province, while Central, Coastal, Northeastern, Western and Nyanza Provinces were less affected.

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Desert Locust monitoring and forecasting No.6 2020 - 07 - 19

By the end of April 2020, Desert Locust in Pakistan harmed about 431.9 thousand hectares of vegetation area (including 233.0 thousand hectares cropland and 198.9 thousand hectares grassland), mainly distributed in North-central Punjab, northern Baluchistan, southern Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, central Federally Administered Tribal Areas and Western Sind in Pakistan. 

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Desert Locust monitoring and forecasting No.5 2020 - 07 - 19

As of mid-April 2020, 20 provinces in Yemen had been harmed since Desert Locust invaded northeastern Yemen in January 2019. 

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Desert Locust monitoring and forecasting No.4 2020 - 07 - 19

By the end of March 2020, 11 states in Somalia had been harmed since Desert Locusts invaded northern Somalia in June 2019. 

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Desert Locust monitoring and forecasting No.3 2020 - 07 - 19

By early to mid-March 2020, 21 counties in Kenya had been harmed since desert locusts invaded northeastern Kenya on December 28, 2019. 

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