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Africa-wide biological control programme of cassava pest. A review of objectives and achievements



Africa-wide biological control programme of cassava pest. A review of objectives and achievements



Insect Science and its Application 8(4-6): 837-840



The objectives and achievements of the Africa-wide Biological Control Programme of Cassava Pests (ABCP) are reviewed. This programme was established in 1980 following requests for assistance by an increasing number of African countries.

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