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Rapid spread of coconut lethal disease in the Zambezia region of Mo   Message List  
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Re: Rapid spread of coconut lethal disease in the Zambezia region of Mozambique

Hugh,

I visited the CICLY Group site with the intention of posting a note
about this Mozambique report only to find that you had already done
so! Thanks for drawing attention to this.

Perhaps I could take this opportunity to warn readers that I do not
follow group discussions on a regular basis so I may take a while to
respond to any follow-up messages.

Best regards,

Simon Eden-Green



--- In CICLY@yahoogroups.com, "hugh.harries" <harrieshc@...> wrote:
>
> Executive summary, excerpts and conclusions of an assessment of
> Coconut Lethal Yellowing-type Disease (LYD) in Mozambique, November
2006
>
> http://www.mcc.gov/about/reports/other/mcc-2006-clydreport.pdf
>
> --- In CICLY@yahoogroups.com, "Hugh Harries" <harrieshc@> wrote:
> >
> > The following information was extracted from a message posted to
the
> Google coconut group at http://groups.google.com/group/coconut
> >
> > The Millennium Challenge Corporation is preparing to fund a
program in
> > Mozambique. One of the issues that has come to our attention is
the
> > apparently rapid spread of coconut lethal yellowing disease in the
> > Zambezia region. However, no one seems certain how serious this
> > problem is. CIRAD did a report a couple of years ago, but it
seems
> > the disease has spread since then.
> >
> > The message continues:
> >
> > We are considering the need to hire a specialist to do an update
of
> > the situation and advise on the seriousness of the problem, its
extent
> > and outline a possible program to address it.
> >
> > CICLY members will want to know that:
> >
> > The MCC are looking for a specialist in coconut lethal yellowing
who
> > might be available to undertake this work.
> >
> > Contact:
> >
> > Mark Huisenga
> > Director, Agriculture and Rural Economy
> > Millennium Challenge Corporation
> > 875 Fifteenth Street, NW
> > Washington, DC 20005
> > p: 202-521-2638
> > m: 202-459-3202
> > f: 202-521-7905
> > huisengma@
> >
>





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The following information was extracted from a message posted to the Google coconut group at http://groups.google.com/group/coconut The Millennium Challenge...
Hugh Harries
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Executive summary, excerpts and conclusions of an assessment of Coconut Lethal Yellowing-type Disease (LYD) in Mozambique, November 2006 ...
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Jan 10, 2007
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Hugh, I visited the CICLY Group site with the intention of posting a note about this Mozambique report only to find that you had already done so! Thanks for...
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Jan 16, 2007
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Simon CICLY members who want to contact you can do so directly but I would like to encourage them, and you, to use the CICLY@yahoogroups.com address so that...
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Jan 16, 2007
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Hugh, Thanks for drawing my attention to the exchanges about carbon trading on the Coconut Groups site. I was interested and encouraged by the information...
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Jan 25, 2007
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Simon Many thanks for your response, but some CICLY members may not be aware of the exchanges about carbon trading that took place in the Google coconut group...
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Jan 25, 2007
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