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Smart modern technologies will be used in order to understand and assess how rodents behave in relation to the EBRM applications. These technologies will be applied at living labs, e.g. greenhouses in...

According to Meerburg, Singleton, and Leirs

According to Meerburg, Singleton, and Leirs, #rodents may eat and spoil food in quantities that could feed 280 million people per year globally. At INRA – grain storage area...

Rodents generate negative consequences for smallholder farmers in Morocco that directly impact household and livestock damage, food security, and public health. We present here some pictures of the...

Article published

You can find our article published in Harran University Aktüel Magazine at the link. Written on ‘Rodent damage to the field and pre-harvest losses’...

Rodents have the potential to cause health problems as a vecto

#rodents have the potential to cause health problems as a vector. Rodents are important in the spread of zoonotic diseases such as humans bubonic plague, typhus, weil’s disease, toxoplasmosis...

Meeting with ONCA, ICARDA and ONSSA-Morocco- stakeholders

INRA(National Institute for Agricultural Research) organized under the supervision of Dr Fouad Mokrini a meeting with ONCA (National Agricultural Advisory Office), ICARDA (The International Center for...

MED4PEST

Mediterranean alliance for ecological PEST management