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Cabbage damaged by insects pests close-up. Head and leaves of cabbage in hole, eaten by larvae butterflies and caterpillars. Consequences of the invasion butterflies Pieris brassicae.

Cabbage diamondback moth: a real threat to  sustainable cabbage production in Mozambique 

Over the past years, cabbage farmers across large section of Mozambique, have observed a pest called “Cabbage diamondback moth”. This pest damage has been observed mainly in the central parts of Mozambique but has spread throughout the country and now occurs in most of the cabbage producing region

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