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    Locusts in CCA - Bulletin No. 58
    aug/18
    2018
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    Locusts in CCA General situation during August 2018 Forecast until mid-October 2018 Italian Locust (CIT) mating and egg-laying continued in Armenia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russian Federation and Tajikistan. Migratory Locust (LMI) mating and egg-laying continued in Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and the Russian Federation. During the forecast period, locusts will complete their natural cycle in most areas. Control operations ended in all countries; since the beginning of the national campaigns, about 3.5 million ha have been treated in Caucasus and Central Asia (CCA), which is close to the area treated in 2017 (3.6 million ha).
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    Locusts in CCA - Bulletin N. 62
    jun/19
    2019
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    Moroccan Locust (DMA) hopper development was in progress in Kazakhstan and the Russian Federation while it was coming to an end in Azerbaijan, Georgia as well as in southern Central Asian (CA) countries where fledging, mating and egg-laying started. During the forecast period, DMA breeding will become widespread in all countries and the species will start disappearing in southern CA. Italian Locust (CIT) hatching occurred and hopper development was in progress in all countries except Afghanistan, where it was not reported as a pest. Migratory Locust (LMI) hatching started in Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan. For both CIT and LMI, fledging will start during the forecast period. In total, 524 342 ha were treated in CCA countries since the beginning of the 2019 campaign. This is only 36% of the area treated in the same period in 2018. Caucasus. DMA hopper development continued in Azerbaijan and probably in Georgia. Adults started scattered flights and mating in late May. CIT hopper development was in progress in Azerbaijan while hatching has not yet started in Armenia. A total of 32 625 ha were treated in May in Azerbaijan. Central Asia. DMA hopper development was coming to an end, fledging occurred and mating and egg-laying started in southern Central Asian countries (Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan). DMA hopper development was in progress in Kazakhstan and Russia. CIT hopper development was in progress in all countries, except in Afghanistan where the species was not reported. LMI hatching started in late May in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan where young hoppers were observed. In May, almost 1 007 000 ha were treated.
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    Locusts in Caucasus and Central Asia
    Bulletin N82
    2022
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    Moroccan Locust (DMA) fledging, mating and egg-laying started in southern parts of Central Asia. DMA hopper development continued in Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Russian Federation. Italian Locust (CIT) hatching and hopper development continued in Georgia and in Central Asian (CA) countries. Migratory Locust (LMI) hatching started in Kazakhstan, Russian Federation and Uzbekistan. DMA swarm flights including across borders were reported in the southern part of CA. The situation with DMA was critical in Tajikistan, while it was classified as caution for both DMA and CIT in most other countries. During the forecast period, DMA breeding will continue and its lifecycle will come to the end while CIT hopper development will continue in Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Russian Federation and northern regions of Kazakhstan. LMI hopper development will continue in Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Russian Federation and Uzbekistan. CIT fledging will occur in other regions of Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. In total, 427 379 hectares (ha) have been treated in CCA from the beginning of the 2022 campaign to the end of May, which is 35 percent lower compared to the same period in 2021 (665 000 ha).

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