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Witches' broom - a curse on cassava

In Southeast Asia, a multi-pronged approach, which includes researcher and farmer training as well as strengthening response systems, is being adopted in order to contain witches' broom disease, which threatens up to 40 million smallholder farmers in the region who depend on cassava.
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