CNN passed through the city at local time (2 ET) to Atul Kapur, the founder of a social enterprise living in Gürgaon. After 15 minutes, thousands of winds settled on the terraces and roofs of the houses before they were swept with high winds.
He said that Kapur had seen a lot in the city for the last time at least 40 years ago. “When we were kids, we would call them” serious “and [we] he scared them loudly, “said CNN, 56.
In neighboring New Delhi, the city’s Minister of Labor and Development, Gopal Rai, Shared a consultation on Twitter
He stated that all regional magistrates in New Delhi were advised to “continue high alert” as they increase their efforts to protect migrant insects.
The officer will guide the staff and residents and villagers on how to distribute locusts – perhaps leaving the crackers “will beat the drum and make a high decibel sound” [or] The materials were playing loud music in the music system, “wrote the consultation.
Search for food
This comes weeks after the transition from desert grasshopper waves from neighboring Pakistan to millions of strong and 7 kilometers (4 miles) in early May, after moving to Rajasthan, the western state of India. The herds have since been pushed to five different situations to find food.
Grasshopper-based Rajasthan-based plant protection officer Om Prakash said that grasshoppers fly from India’s breeding grounds to India. At the beginning of June.
On June 20, Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)
He said that the United Nations should stay high alert for the next four weeks. monsoon rains have not yet arrived in Rajasthan, India. “
The desert grasshopper is among the most destructive of immigrant pests due to its speed and ability. proliferate quickly.
Adult grasshoppers can fly up to 150 kilometers (93 miles) per day and eat their own body weight – equal to 2 grams at that time.
Sees east africa the grasshopper epidemic for decades,
It caused the resurrection of the Bible pest after climate change and conflict. Spraying pesticides is the most effective way to kill grasshoppers, but the coronavirus pandemic has slowed efforts to overcome the epidemic on the African continent.