Locusts have ravaged crops in Pakistan, India and East Africa – and now Beijing is sensing a threat to China. Photo: Reuters Locusts have ravaged crops in Pakistan, India and East Africa – and now Beijing is sensing a threat to China. Photo: Reuters
Locusts have ravaged crops in Pakistan, India and East Africa – and now Beijing is sensing a threat to China. Photo: Reuters
Health in China

Battered by coronavirus and swine fever, is China ready for locusts?

  • Forestry and grassland agency puts out alert on threat from most voracious of insects
  • Government goes for strategy of monitoring, prevention if possible, and control

Topic |   Health in China
Locusts have ravaged crops in Pakistan, India and East Africa – and now Beijing is sensing a threat to China. Photo: Reuters Locusts have ravaged crops in Pakistan, India and East Africa – and now Beijing is sensing a threat to China. Photo: Reuters
Locusts have ravaged crops in Pakistan, India and East Africa – and now Beijing is sensing a threat to China. Photo: Reuters
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