New Scientific Paper Discusses Aflatoxin Control With Safer Postharvest Practices

In human beings, high aflatoxin levels depress the immune system, thereby contributing to many health problems ranging from cancer and susceptibility to HIV, to stunted growth among children. This led governments in Africa to band together to stop the spread of Aflatoxins in the continent. At an October 2016 meeting …

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Coffee Farmers Call For Tougher Laws Against Improper Drying Methods

KAMPALA, UGANDA – Ugandan coffee farmers called for tougher laws and punitive measures against improper drying methods and poor crop handling at the 2nd Uganda Coffee Festival on November 4, 2016 according to a Bloomberg Markets story. The National Union of Coffee Agribusinesses and Farm Enterprises (NUCAFE), the nation’s largest …

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