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A desert locust outbreak in the Horn of Africa along with the Indo-Pakistan border stays”severe and threatening,” that the United Nation’s Food and Agriculture Organization said.
“Breeding will last along either side of the Red Sea, which might be supplemented with the coming of a couple of tiny swarms around the Eritrean coast from Ethiopia, inducing a further increase in locust numbers,” the FAO said in a bulletin.
Control operations in October handled 7,000 hectares in Ethiopia and Sudan. India and Pakistan treated 82,944 hectares and 22,650 hectares respectively. An increased Variety of swarms formed throughout October in India and Pakistan, the FAO said. The pests are moving west to Iran”where recent rains need to let them survive until the spring”
An adult locust can eat about its own weight of approximately 2 g each day, and swarms can pay around 150 km (93 kilometers ) per day. A little swarm eats up to every day as approximately 35,000 individuals, according to the FAO.
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