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Namibian farmers warned against brown locusts

Landowners and farmers in Namibia have been cautioned by the Namibia Agricultural Union to be on the lookout for outbreaks of brown locusts (Locustana pardalina).

The organisation said in a statement that large-scale incidences of the insects were highly

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