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Boletín de alerta temprana

El Boletín de alerta temprana, de periodicidad trimestral, integra la información sobre las amenazas para la cadena alimentaria y la seguridad alimentaria durante los tres meses siguientes.

Es el resultado de la colaboración entre el Sistema de Prevención de Emergencias (EMPRES) para las plagas y enfermedades transfronterizas de los animales y las plantas y las amenazas a la inocuidad alimentaria, el Sistema mundial de información y alerta sobre la alimentación y la agricultura (SMIA) y el Marco de gestión de crisis para la cadena alimentaria (FCC). Datos proporcionados por el SMIA y el EMPRES.

October 2017 - December 2017
Highlights

 

Twenty-eight plant and forest pests and diseases and animal diseases were forecasted for the period October to December 2017. A total of 207 forecasts were conducted in 103 countries.

According to the forecasts, the following pests and diseases will be representing a high or moderate risk to the food chain for the period October to December 2017: African swine fever, Avian influenza, Foot-and-mouth disease, and Lumpy skin disease for Animal diseases including zoonosis; Bark beetles, Blue gum chalcid, Boxwood blight, Bronze bug, Dry cone syndrome, Pine processionary moth and Red gum lerp psyllid for Forest pests and diseases; Desert Locust and Red Locust for Locusts; Banana bunchy top disease, Banana fusarium wilt disease, Cassava brown streak and mosaic diseases, Fall armyworm and Tomato leaf miner for Plant pests and diseases. No forecast was carried out on aquatic diseases for this period.