Vegetable production: More about diamondback moth – the number one pest on cabbages

Various insect pests – such as the bagrada bug, diamond back moth, greater cabbage moth, army worm, bollworms and aphids – attack cabbages. The diamondback moth is the most destructive of them all. The larvae of the diamondback moth (Plutella xylostella) are a serious pest on most plants in the…

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Young Mazabuka farmer, Stanford Mweemba, leaps ahead

The youngest son to be born into a farming family in Mazabuka in the Southern Province, Stanford Mweemba (24) is building on the family legacy and taking the farm a level up into the commercial sector. Stanford's two older brothers were not keen on farming and Stanford says his father…

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