Research Assistant with CARDI says the plants treated here for Black Sigatoka are showing good results
Banana and plantain plants in Dominica have been standing their test to disease tolerance against the Black Sigatoka.
Black Sigatoka is a leaf-spot disease of banana plants caused by a fungus that has the ability to wipe out 95% of the plant.
It was first spotted in Dominica in July 2012.
Research Assistant with CARDI for Black Sigatoka Disease Management, Gregory Linton, says the plants treated for the disease are showing good results.
Research Assistant with CARDI for Black Sigatoka Disease Management Gregory Linton
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