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Millions face hunger as fungus decimates global banana crop

Bananageddon: Millions face hunger as deadly fungus Panama disease decimates global banana crop.

Millions face hunger as fungus decimates global banana crop

Bananageddon: Millions face hunger as deadly fungus Panama disease decimates global banana crop

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Is this the end of the banana?

www.HamiltonInsGroup.com The spread of Fusarium wilt, commonly known as Panama disease, has caused international concern over the fate of the Cavendish banana

Crisis in banana trade? a new menace is emerging that has no cure – yet: the fungus known as Panama disease TR4. Some people think it could wipe out the Cavendish variety altogether.

Banana prices may rise as a disease which struck in the 1960s returns

An Indian labourer carries bananas at the Koyembedu fruit market in Chennai. Panama disease has badly affected the banana industry in Asia but has yet to spread to Latin America

Facing extinction, banana Britain gave the world

Panama disease, which killed Gros Michel species, has new strain which is attacking the Ca...

SPC receives new banana varieties tolerant to Panama disease and nematodes - SPC - Secretariat of the Pacific Community

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Australia’s banana plague

Panama disease has spread across Asia and now threatens the African #banana industry. The FT’s Jamie Smyth visits the location of the latest TR4 outbreak in Queensland, Australia, to see what can be done to halt the spread of the #fungus.

Scramble to safeguard the future of the banana

Scramble to safeguard the future of the banana - FT.com (Bevan Robson looks mournfully at a barren field where Australian biosecurity officials have killed thousands of his banana plants by lethal injection. “They reckon Panama disease would wipe us out within two years,” says the Queensland farmer...)

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