Symposium: A Global Outlook for Potato Insect Pests
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Potato is the fifth most important crop worldwide. By feeding the rapidly growing populations, the importance of a sustainable production of potato in both West and East stands out even more clearly today. The outbreak of potato herbivores, however, has long been neglected because the word 'Pests' for potato production is commonly endowed with 'pathogens'. On the other hand, the rapid spreading of serious potato insect pests with the global trade is now recognized in many countries. A global outlook for potato insect pests should be able to open a timely door for the management of them.
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