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 - 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 ...leer más
 - 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 ...leer más
 - 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 ...leer más
 - 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 ...leer más
 - Locust situation In February 2015, the tropical storm Fundi has severely hit almost the entire western side of the Island, the Mahafaly plateau and the peneplain having been less affected. The ...leer más
 - Locust situation The northern part of the Invasion Area is now free from Malagasy Migratory Locust infestations. In the central part of the Invasion Area (in the Betsiriry valley), the populations ...leer más
 - In the Invasion Area (mainly in the West), control operations started on the 17 October with the onset of the rainy season and the first breeding of the Malagasy Migratory ...leer más
 - The end of the winter period was marked by the first rains in late September. These rains have continued throughout October, resulting in the growth and greening of the vegetation ...leer más
 - The dry and cool season is coming to an end in Madagascar; temperatures started increasing during the last week of August but the weather and ecological conditions are still unsuitable ...leer más
 - The rainy season in Madagascar is now coming to an end and weather and ecological conditions are becoming unsuitable for locust breeding. Therefore, no further massive breeding will occur before ...leer más
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