The latest announcement came after a disappointing week for crop bulls.
Nearly half of all insect species worldwide are in rapid decline and a third could disappear altogether.
Residents of the storm's ground zero, in Baggao on the eastern flank of Luzon island, knew they would be hit full-force, but losing their livelihoods was a disaster they were willing to risk everything to prevent.
Rising temperatures will stimulate insects' appetites, spelling danger for key staples like wheat, corn and rice which feed billions of people.
Major weather issues are affecting Europe and the Black Sea region, major suppliers of wheat to Egypt.
Farmers' Organisation Authority says the issue of low rice yields needs to be addressed as the government spends almost RM1 billion in rice subsidy annually.
A drought and an armyworm invasion may also go on to damage some of Malawi's other important crops.
The product aims to stop farmers from accidentally using dicamba on plants which are not able to tolerate it.
The brown streak virus has ruined much of Africa's cassava crop.
CfP aims to encourage dialogue between communities, with tensions ranging from colonial-era conflict between native Muslims and Christian settlers to land and resource disputes between ethnic groups.
Dicamba, a herbicide used on soybeans and cotton, is now allowed to be used in Arkansas.
Due to a severe drought, the soy and corn crops in Argentina are currently producing yields well below average.
Caterpillars and fruit flies have ruined much of Mozambique's corn, coconut, and banana crops.
The main crops affected by the drought are wheat, apples, grapes, and pears.