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Aflatoxin contamination of groundnuts: control strategies in Malawi

, : Aflatoxin contamination of groundnuts: control strategies in Malawi. Aflatoxin contamination of groundnut: proceedings of the International Workshop, 6-9 Oct 1987, ICRISAT Center, India: 71-76

Production, marketing and export of groundnuts in Malawi are discussed and strategies for the control of aflatoxin contamination are listed.

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