Symposium: Tuta absoluta - Monitoring its Spread and Management
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The South American tomato leafminer, Tuta absoluta was recorded in Spain in 2016 and since then it has spread to most of Europe, Africa, Central Asia, South Asia and currently spreading towards Southeast Asia. We have projects to model its spread as well as to manage it in the invaded countries. We are also creating awareness in Southeast Asian countries that are yet to be invaded by this pest. There is also the risk of this pest getting introduced to North America either from Central America, Europe, Africa or Asia.
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