An armyworm in Barnabas Mabhena's hand that has damaged his maize crop at his field in rural Bubi, in Matabeleland North, Zimbabwe. Photo: EPA An armyworm in Barnabas Mabhena's hand that has damaged his maize crop at his field in rural Bubi, in Matabeleland North, Zimbabwe. Photo: EPA
An armyworm in Barnabas Mabhena's hand that has damaged his maize crop at his field in rural Bubi, in Matabeleland North, Zimbabwe. Photo: EPA

Crop-destroying armyworms on the march through Africa and will hit Asia soon, scientists say

An armyworm in Barnabas Mabhena's hand that has damaged his maize crop at his field in rural Bubi, in Matabeleland North, Zimbabwe. Photo: EPA An armyworm in Barnabas Mabhena's hand that has damaged his maize crop at his field in rural Bubi, in Matabeleland North, Zimbabwe. Photo: EPA
An armyworm in Barnabas Mabhena's hand that has damaged his maize crop at his field in rural Bubi, in Matabeleland North, Zimbabwe. Photo: EPA
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