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Project News 06.2004

A new whitefly species emerges as
a pest of cereals in Central America

The Tropical Whitefly IPM Project web site is a collaborative effort conducted by the Project's Coordination Team. The web site's design follows the structure of this global initiative and it aims to serve the community of researchers, producers and farmers whom are confronting this global challenge, consolidating and publishing information resources from all over the world.

Its contents do not currently reflect in its entirety the complexity of Project's activities; the Coordination Team will continue to develop gradually the web site in order to provide relevant and useful information to this community. The information available on-line has been classified using a keywords list based on the CABI Thesaurus but with some modifications. We encourage our users to read it and use it as a tool for site's navigation and documentation retrieval.

This site has been developed initially in English. The Project's Coordination Team recognize the language as a barrier to fully exchange information, knowledge and technology. Because of that, we are awared of the need to develop paralell web sites in Spanish, French and Portugues, to tackle the information needs of the tropical countries audience. Future plans and proposals are in preparation to offer a broader language platform for this community.

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This publication includes outputs from the research project
R 8041 Whitefly Initiative Phase II - CGIAR System-wide Whitefly IPM Project
wholly or partially funded by the United Kingdom Department for International Development (DFID)
for the benefit of developing countries.
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