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Knowledge resources and tools for plant health

PlantwisePlus has developed a range of plant health decision support tools for a variety of users such as farmers, environmental managers, researchers, plant protection officers, and more.

Plantwise Knowledge Bank

An open access gateway to actionable plant health information and services – from diagnostic and management advice to maps of pest locations and customized pest news alerts.

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BioProtection Portal

A free tool that helps growers and agricultural advisors to identify, source and correctly apply biocontrol and biopesticide products against problematic pests in their crops.


Plantwise Factsheet app

A free offline version of the Knowledge Bank for Android mobile devices, enabling users to access plant health information and management advice in the field.

Crop Pest Diagnosis online course

A course with handy reference tools that teach the skills of diagnosis for major pathogens and pest groups, and enable learners to go out directly into the field and apply their learning.


This free platform provides a comprehensive and accessible common space for fall armyworm researchers to share their findings and collaborate with other researchers.

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Invasive Species Compendium

The compendium provides detailed coverage of invasive species threatening livelihoods and the environment worldwide.

Horizon Scanning Tool

The Horizon Scanning Tool is a decision support aid that helps plant protection organisations identify and categorize species that might enter a particular geographic area from another geographic area.

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Pest Risk Analysis Tool

A decision support tool that uses data from the CABI Crop Protection Compendium to aid the selection of appropriate measures for reducing risks associated with the movement of plants and plant products.

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CABI is an international not-for-profit organisation that works to improve people's lives worldwide by solving problems in agriculture and the environment. CABI's work is delivered through dedicated teams and key partners in 50 countries across the globe.