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Ghana's fruit flies wreak havoc on mango crop

Fruit flies are one of the world's most destructive pests. In West Africa, they attack several different types of fruits, from mangoes to water melons.

And in rural Ghana many farmers are struggling to survive because the flies' damage affects the viability of their crops.

The BBC's Thomas Naadi has been finding out more for Africa Business Report.

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