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A study was undertaken to determine the presence of aflatoxigenic fungi and other fungal contaminants in the kernel, mace and shell of ripened nutmeg tree fruits collected from nutmeg plots of Ernakulam and Thrissur districts of Kerala. Mace and nut were separated from fruits and washed in tap water to remove soil particles and other debris adhering to it. The kernel, mace and shell were subjected to different chemical/botanicals by four methods viz; dipping, decoction, samples in cloth bag anddoi:10.18311/jbc/2017/18150 fatcat:hrvrawlokrb7dkhfm5pnlmmtxe