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Community seed banks in Ethiopia are preserving seeds of local crops to strengthen food security © Bioversity International/C.Fadda

Community seed banks in Ethiopia are preserving seeds of local crops to strengthen food security © Bioversity International/C.Fadda

Here’s a taste of some of the latest stories about plant health, including a study on the use of predator beetles as biocontrol for the destructive coffee berry borer, a look at the role of Ethiopia’s seedbanks in food security and turning barren land into banana orchards in Bangladesh.

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