A new video about aflatoxin — where it comes from, how it spreads and how to discourage it — is available through AccessAgriculture. The video combines interviews with local farmers, indigenous music and engaging landscape scenes, as a narrator gives practical advice about drying and storing groundnuts.

The video, which was funded through the McKnight Foundation’s Collaborative Crop Research Program and produced by Agro-Insight, explains that groundnuts are nutritious and sell for a good price, but can develop mold. Fighting that mold and the aflatoxin it produces is important in the field, but even more so during drying and storage.