Rainfall pattern changes can increase prevalence of mycotoxins


Unseasonal or irregular rains can increase the risk of mycotoxin prevalence in grains in Asia, says Trouw Nutrition, Global Program Manager- Mycotoxins Risk Management, Swamy Haladi. Dr Haladi told Asian Agribiz that moving forward, climate change which causes changes in rainfall patterns could cau...

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