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 - Les invasions acridiennes constituent une menace récurrente pour Madagascar. La plus récente invasion du Criquet migrateur a eu lieu entre 1997 et 2000. L’arrêt de ce long événement acridien a nécessité le traitement de plus de 4 millions d’hectares. Cela a coûté au pays et à la communauté internationale environ ...read more
25/11/2013
 - SOMMAIRE Conditions éco-météorologiques Situation acridienne Situation antiacridienne Annexes
21/11/2013
 - SOMMAIRE Situation écométéorologique Situation acridienne Situation agro-socio-économique Situation antiacridienne Annexes
14/11/2013
 - SOMMAIRE Conditions éco-météorologiques Situation acridienne Situation antiacridienne Annexes
08/11/2013
 - With the onset of the rainy season in late September, ecological conditions are becoming suitable for the maturation of the swarming populations and their subsequent mating and egg-laying (adequate soil moisture and grass greening). Hatching of non-swarming populations was already reported. Several swarms, whose size was of 3 600 hectares on ...read more
30/10/2013
 - SOMMAIRE Conditions éco-météorologiques Situation acridienne Situation antiacridienne Annexes
28/10/2013
 - SOMMAIRE Conditions éco-météorologiques Situation acridienne Situation antiacridienne Annexes
23/10/2013
 - SOMMAIRE Situation écométéorologique Situation acridienne Situation agro-socio-économique Situation antiacridienne Annexes
17/10/2013
 - During the past few weeks, prevailing southwesterly winds and vegetation drying-­‐out favored the movement of swarms from the outbreak area (southwest of Madagascar) towards the western and northeastern parts of the invasion area. More reports of swarms as well as damage to young plants of rice and maize were reported from ...read more
26/09/2013
 - Madagascar is prone to natural disasters, including drought, flooding, cyclones and locust crises. The current locust plague began in April 2012, following a twoyear upsurge that was not addressed owing to insufficient means. Given the extent of the plague, as well Madagascar’s high rates of food insecurity and malnutrition, the ...read more
19/09/2013
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