Hot Peppers Under Temporal Ban In European Markets

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A certain “False Codling Moth” has been found after inspections were made by the Uganda Export Promotions Board and has started a government training programme to help farmers with proper inspection methods. It is interesting note that this False Codling Moth’s larvae is hard to detect because it’s eggs are laid inside the fruit of the plants. That’s not something that I think can be easy, but hopefully with this new information, more farmers will be able to track these little buggers down and save their crops!

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