The Coordinating Director of the Nigeria Agricultural Quarantine Service (NAQS), Dr Vincent Isegbe, has revealed plans by the Federal Government to continue the fare of hibiscus (zobo leaves) to Mexico. Dr Isegbe revealed this during a visit to the agency by the Mexican Ambassador to Nigeria, Mr Marco Antonio Garcia Blanco, at the end of the week in Abuja, He said that the issue of Trogoderma granarium had been settled in a joint effort with partners over the collaboration with stakeholders across, preparing for Nigeria to begin exchange with the biggest merchant of Nigerian hibiscus once again. NAQS had suspended hibiscus export to Mexico following the recognition of the capacity pest in some hibiscus consignment from Nigeria. Dr Isegbe stated: “In a couple of weeks, we will continue shipments to Mexico. Our agriculturists are excited and the fields are near ready. The harvest season of hibiscus will begin any moment from now. Also, fortunately Nigeria gloats of a tremendous developing belt, with harvest lasting up to five months.” He brought up the hibiscus is an extremely encouraging money trim, as in 2017, Nigeria traded 1,983 holders of it to Mexico alone, procuring $35 million inside a space of nine months. He included that Mexico and different nations utilize hibiscus as natural shading specialists and wines, saying dried hibiscus additionally fills in as a delicacy while the rosellas are expended as vegetables. Representative Blanco complimented the NAQS for the enthusiasm to enhance Nigerian exchange with Mexico. He noticed that with the consistently enhancing association between the NAQS and the Mexican embassy in Nigeria, his nation intends to grow their import rundown to incorporate cashew, sesame, soy bean, coffee and honey.