Pest Infestation Threatens Kerala's Cardamom Crop Quality


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Pests have become a major concern for Kerala's small cardamom crop, leading to a decline in fruit quality. Experts fear this could drive prices down due to the compromised crop.

Observations at auction centers confirm the decrease in cardamom quality, indicating the nearing end of this season's picking activity. Farmers and traders are now looking ahead to the next season, set to commence in August.