Updates from the Armyworm Network

Fall armyworm outbreak in NT and WA a sign invasive pest is spreading rapidly (ABC News)

The invasive fall armyworm moth has been detected across multiple regions in the Northern Territory and in northern Western Australia, in an outbreak that has surprised authorities.

Armyworms are known to damage more than 350 plant species like maize, sorghum, corn, fruits, and vegetables, and has devastated crops throughout South-East Asia.

The pest has been found in the Darwin, Katherine, and Douglas Daly regions of the Top End just two months after it was first identified on the Australian mainland on Cape York Peninsula.

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