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African Smallholder Farmers Need to Become Virus Detectors
Kampala, Mar 18 2013 - Plant viruses are threatening the livelihoods of farmers and food security by attacking vital food crops in East and Central African countries. Cassava is the staple in most of these countries and it is one of the hardest hit crops.

This is a report by Wambi Michael for the Inter Press Service News Agency (IPS).
04min. 48sec.
English
Topic(s): Agriculture & crops, Food Security, Plants
Produced by: IPS
 
Reference: 9849