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A toxic fungal threat is encroaching on global food supply chains

Pests and fungal diseases are on the march. Milder conditions from climate change provide a more sympathetic environment for all kinds of fungi to grow on food crops, including the molds that produce mycotoxins.  Mycotoxins are toxic substances produced by mold and fungi that can harm or kill plants and animals. Thanks to climate change, farmers, agribusinesses and food manufacturers are all vulnerable and need cheap ways to spot and manage mycotoxins at each stage of the chain.  Read more...

 

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