Potential for Further Commercial Development of Introduced Fruits
Many fruit species are grown and eaten in Papua New Guinea (PNG) and significant quantities of fruit are produced for both subsistence consumption and sale. The main growers are villagers, who produce only a limited quantity of each species. There is still considerable potential for expansion of production for sale, with the sale of sweet fruit into the highlands and in Port Moresby having the most potential. It is critical that further development of fruit production takes place in locations...[Show more]
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