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Red Palm Weevil

Red palm Weevil or Asian palm Weevil or Indian palm weevil, hynchophorus ferrugineus is the most dangerous and deadly pest of palms, including coconut, date, royal, and talipot (Fig. 1).... Continue »

Lethal Yellowing of Coconuts

Lethal yellowing is a fatal disease of palms, including coconuts. It is caused by a phytoplasma. Over 38 species of palms are susceptible to lethal yellowing. There are no resistant... Continue »

Frosty Pod Rot of Cocoa

Frosty Pod Rot is a disease of cocoa and is caused by the fungus, Moniliophthora roreri. The disease is confined to Central and South America. It first appeared in Columbia... Continue »

Cassava Hornworm

The Cassava Hornworm, Erinnyis ello is a pest of cassava and is native to tropical America. It has been recorded in Central America, the Caribbean, Florida (USA), Brazil, Columbia and... Continue »