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As 2019 draws to a close, we have crunched the numbers and compiled the top 20 most read articles on the CABI Blog this year. Plus a few firm favourites.

Articles by CABI Books authors proved popular this year, covering a wide range of topics from religious tourism, to science communications, and the visual system of bees.

Invasive species and biologicial control were also popular topics this year, as well as CABI’s work in Pakistan on aflatoxins.

Did your favourite article make the top 20?

Number 7

What’s it like doing a PhD with CABI?

By Teddy Searight

Number 8

Safer food in Pakistan through Aflatoxin control

By Sabyan Faris Honey and Deborah Hamilton

Number 12

There’s a new goal post for agriculture: it’s nutrition

By Shenggen Fan, Sivan Yosef, and Rajul Pandya-Lorch

Number 15

When Kilimanjaro becomes ‘unscenic’: The Tuta absoluta menace

By Ivan Rwomushana and Monica Kansiime

Number 19

Why a global insect decline affects us all

By David Simpson

Firm favourites

Articles from the archives that our readers love:

Kerala flooding: Agricultural impacts and environmental degradation

Giving garlic mustard the biocontrol treatment

Plant Parasitic Nematodes – the world’s most important crop pathogen?


Thank you for reading the Invasives Blog this year and we wish you a prosperous 2020.

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