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  • United Nations says Fall Army Worm could be a permanent problem.

    United Nations says Fall Army Worm could be a permanent problem.

    The United Nations food agency says it is greatly concerned that the Fall Army Worm could be a permanent problem that will affect agriculture in Africa.

    The Food Agriculture Organisation sub regional coordinator Dr David Chimimba-Phiri said great attention is needed to deal with the problem of fall army worm which has now affected seven countries in the SADC region and threatening the food security of almost more than 70 percent of the population of Southern Africa.

    He was speaking at the close of the Southern and Eastern Africa Regional technical meeting on Emerging High Impact Trans Boundary Crop Pests and Animal Disease held in Harare.