She says the Mozambican government has implemented control measures to ensure that the disease does not escape the northern part of the country. She's also quick to note the disease isn't endemic to Mozambique. The government thinks it came from the boots of two workers from the Philippines. "It was just very, very bad luck," she says. Image caption The plan was for Matanuska to grow 6,000 hectares of bananas; there are now just 300 hectares of the crop Each year, more than $12bn worth of bananas, primarily of the Cavendish variety, are exported globally making it the world's favourite fruit both by value and by volume. Usually if there are millions of dollars at stake, solutions aren't that hard to find. But the problem in fighting Panama disease is the way that bananas are cultivated today. Image caption These bananas are though to be direct descendants of the original Cavendish banana first grown in this greenhouse in the 1840s. Image caption The original Cavendish banana was first grown at Chatsworth House in Derbyshire by gardener Joseph Paxton The bananas that we eat are Cavendish bananas - often grown to the exclusion of all of the other thousands of types of bananas found in the world.http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-42777803
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Reyes, 29, is at a loss. One of nearly 9,000 educators protected under the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, Ms. Reyes has struggled to explain to her students, through sign language and pictures, the uncertainty of her future. When President Trump rescinded the program in September , he gave Congress until early March to find a replacement before deportations are set to begin for the hundreds of thousands of young immigrants brought to the country illegally as children who gave their names to the government and were granted work permits. Ms. Reyes’s teaching days may be numbered — to 119 to be exact. “I don’t know what I’m going to tell them,” Ms. Reyes said through tears. “They understand when I go on an airplane. Maybe they’ll just think I’m on a never-ending flight.” Educators played a crucial role in helping young unauthorized immigrants realize DACA’s potential.
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