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Mobile phones are increasingly being used in agriculture © CIAT (CC BY-NC-SA)

Mobile phones are increasingly being used in agriculture © CIAT (CC BY-NC-SA)

Here’s a taste of some of the latest stories about plant health, including the role of radio and mobile phones in boosting crop yields in Namibia, the discovery of ants protecting Acacia trees from pathogens and different approaches to controlling the emerald ash borer in the US.

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