Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Sustainable-Agriculture-in-Africa-27MZIFW1NG2.htmlConceptually similarDiamond-back moth larvae. ICIPE field station Mbita Point, Suba District, Kenya.GP01E9ECompleted★★★★CHILO larvae. ICIPE field station Mbita Point, Suba District, Kenya.GP01D95Completed★★★★Sustainable Agriculture in AfricaGP014WMCompleted★★★★BUSSEOLA species adult stemborer moth. ICIPE field station Mbita Point, Suba District, Kenya.GP011R0Completed★★★★CHILO larvae (1st instar). ICIPE field station Mbita Point, Suba District, Kenya.GP014O3Completed★★★★Push Pull Farming Technique in KenyaGP0STP82GCompleted★★★★Stemborer larvae emerging from maize stalk at ICIPE field station Mbita Point, Suba District, Kenya.GP0WG5Completed★★★★Push Pull Farming Technique in KenyaGP0STP74YCompleted★★★★Push Pull Farming Technique in KenyaGP0STP764Completed★★★★View AllGP0IBXSustainable Agriculture in AfricaDr. Zeyaur Khan, insect researcher and leading scientist of the International Center of Insect Physiology and Ecology (ICIPE) Mbita Station in Kenya. Dr. Khan developed the "Push-Pull-Method" against the maize eating moth larvae.In original language:Dr. Zeyaur KhanDr. Zeyaur Khan, Insektenforscher und leitender Wissenschaftler der ICIPE Mbita Station in Kenia. Dr. Khan entwickelte die "Push-Pull"-Methode gegen Mais vertilgende Mottenlarven.Locations:Africa-Eastern Africa-Kenya-Mbita PointDate:1 Jan, 2001Credit:© Matthias Ziegler / GreenpeaceMaximum size:2435px X 3234pxRestrictions:Greenpeace internal use only. For all external usage please contact Greenpeace Germany. Keywords:Agriculture-Day-Insects-KWCI (GPI)-Men-One person-Outdoors-Pesticides-Portraits-Research-SAGE (campaign title)-Scientists-Sunny-Sustainable agricultureShoot:Sustainable Agriculture in AfricaDocumentation of sustainable agriculture in Africa.