This project was designed to test three different technologies for monitoring the fall armyworm, a highly migratory moth pest of maize in Kenya. This insect is invasive and is estimated to have caused between US$200 and US$600 million dollars’ worth of crop damage in Africa since it was first observed in western Africa in 2016. The three technologies we piloted were entomological radar, digital pheromone traps and an image identification app. The hypothesis we set...
Plan of the Broadbalk long-term experiment 1852-1925 showing annual treatments.
This dataset contains Moth and Aphid catch abundance data from the Rothamsted Insect Survey light-trap and suction trap networks. The dataset is a supplement to Bell et al (2020) (https://doi.org/10.1111/icad.12412) and can be used to reproduce the R analyses presented.
Details of the lime applications, fertilizer treatments and basal fertilizer applied to the Long-term Liming Experiment at Woburn 1962-1996.
Details of the lime applications, fertilizer treatments and basal fertilizer applied to the Long-term Liming Experiment at Rothamsted 1962-1996.
Broadbalk Fertiliser and organic manure treatments
Standard experimental plans for the Woburn long-term liming experiment, 1962-1996