300 million sub-Saharan Africans could go hungry due to Fall Armyworm

A pest that feeds on sorghum, millet and maize will cause severe destruction to crops if left unchecked, warns the Food and Agriculture Organization

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`Remote sensing is being used to predict crop-growing seasons'

Jadu dash,He is a professor of remote sensing at the University of Southampton in the UK, has been monitoring and measuring the resilience of communities and agriculture systems in Punjab, Haryana and Odisha who are battling the impacts of climate change and natural disasters

'Smallholder farmers are on the front lines of climate change'

Kanayo F Nwanze,President of the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD). He has been a member of the World Economic Forum's Global Agenda Council on Food Security since 2010. He recently received the Africa Food Prize

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