Abudo Kunoa and Calisto Ingero, two successful cashew farmers in Mucojo

Abudo Kunoa and Calisto Ingero are cashew producers in Mucojo, a village in the District of Macomia. Both have complained that cashew crops normally succumb to the Oidium disease, a fungus that causes the leaves to crinkle and become minimally functional. It attacks flowers and young fruits making them look burnt or wrinkled. The leaves are not able to support the development of quality fruits.

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