Documents List

 - Locust situation From the end of the first dekad of May 2016, the dry and cool season gradually set in throughout the Great Island, causing the vegetation to dry out, thus leading to less favorable conditions for the Malagasy Migratory Locust, which may subsequently form new groups. During May, groups of more
 - Locust situation During March and until the end of the 2nd dekad of April 2016, weather and ecological conditions were highly suitable for the development of the Malagasy Migratory Locust. From the 3rd dekad period of April 2016, rainfall has become very sporadic. As a result, the vegetation started to dry more
 - Locust situation During January 2016, rains have continued in the Outbreak Area, which has resulted in green vegetation cover and suitable weather and ecological conditions for locust development. In February 2016, rains have decreased and were sporadic. In January and February 2016, the Transitory Multiplication Areas and the Densation Areas of more
 - Locust situation With the rainy season in place since late October, weather and ecological conditions have gradually become favorable for the development of the Malagasy Migratory Locust during the month of November, despite some local disparities. From the first ten-day period of November 2015, patches of hoppers of almost all instars more
 - Lancement de la troisième et dernière campagne antiacridienne La troisième et dernière campagne antiacridienne (2015/16) du Programme triennal (2013-2016) de réponse à l’invasion acridienne mis en oeuvre par la FAO en partenariat avec le Ministère de l’agriculture de Madagascar a débuté le 26 août 2015 avec le départ en prospection terrestre more
 - Locust situation From late August onwards, temperatures have gradually increased and bushfires have continued. As a result, young grass regrowth have appeared in early October. Although the first rains have not started yet, the eco-meteorological conditions should slowly improve for the Malagasy Migratory Locust. In August and September, some small grouped adult more
 - Déclin de l’invasion acridienne La deuxième campagne antiacridienne du Programme triennal de réponse à l’invasion acridienne, élaboré conjointement par le Ministère de l’agriculture (Minagri) et l’Organisation des Nations Unies pour l’alimentation et l’agriculture (FAO), a atteint son objectif : le déclin de l’invasion acridienne à Madagascar est désormais confirmé. Par ailleurs, more
 - Locust situation In June and July 2015, the arrival of the dry and cold season was confirmed across the Island. Temperatures decreased and there was no or little rain, which slowed down the development of the Malagasy Migratory Locust. Grouped populations of the Malagasy Migratory Locust in the form of light flights more
 - Locust situation During the last twenty days of May 2015, the dry and cold season has gradually started. Temperatures were very low in the Hautes-Terres but continue to be suitable to the locust development in the Basses and Moyennes Terres. As far as rains are concerned, they were generally insufficient for more
 - Locust situation From mid-March 2015, rains have globally decreased on the whole Island: therefore the vegetation cover started to dry out on plateaus and in the plains but was still green in the low-lying areas. In the Invasion Area, the northern part continues to remain free from infestations of the Malagasy Migratory more
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