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Long periods of dry season in the locale, trailed by overwhelming downpours and hotter temperatures in 2019, made "excellent" reproducing conditions for the insects, Nairobi-based atmosphere researcher Abbas Salish Babier told The Associated Press. 

 

The wet, warm climate has made the perfect conditions for vegetation to develop — and more vegetation implies more nourishment for the locusts. Center told a public interview in Nairobi prior this month. Aryan focused on that if the risk wasn't managed by the following planting and stormy season, which begins as right on time as March, recently planted harvests could be cleared out before they get the opportunity to develop.

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