Plantwise Blog

As 2020 draws to a close, we have crunched the numbers and present the most read articles on the Plantwise Blog this year. Plus a few firm favourites.

Articles on the use of digital technology proved popular this year, not only with how Plantwise work on the ground had to change due to the global COVID-19 pandemic but also how AI can help in the field of plant health.

Did any of your favourites make the list this year?

Number 1

The importance of plant clinics to Nepalese smallholder farmers

By Rita Bastakoti, Vinod Pandit

Number 2

Call for content: Knowledge Bank factsheets

By Donna Hutchinson

Number 4

Farmers in India use biointensive methods to manage fall armyworm

By Kesavan Subaharan, N. Bakthavatsalam

Number 7

Spotted coffee grasshopper in Bangladesh

By Malvika Chaudhary, Mohammad Shaef Ullah, Zahirul Haqe

Number 9

Teaching an app to help farmers

By Korbinian Hartberger, Malvika Chaudhary, Mike Reeve, R. Rajkumar, Vinod Pandit

Number 15

Lockdown support: farmers dial in to agri-experts for help

By M. S. Swaminathan Research Foundation

Firm Favourites

Articles from the archives that blog readers love.

Earthworm-farmer friendship, redefined

The role of earthworms in sustainable agriculture

The Life Cycle of Fall Armyworm


Thank you for reading the Plantwise Blog this year and we wish you a safe and prosperous 2021.

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