Companion “push-pull” crop system proves successful against fall armyworm in East Africa

A companion planting system for maize originally developed to keep stem borers and striga at bay, has also proved to be successful against the fall armyworm. Scientists from the International Centre of Insect Physiology and Ecology (Icipe) in Kenya have found that existing push-pull companion planting technology could help smallholder…

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