NYANGA — President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government is set to roll out a Command Fruit programme that seeks to support mass production of strategic fruits, The Financial Gazette can report. This comes after the launch of command agriculture almost two years ago and command livestock and fisheries programmes across the country early this year. The Ministry of Agriculture, Lands and Resettlement has already approached the Deciduous Fruit Growers Association (DFGA) to map out a working formula. Deciduous fruits grown in Zimbabwe include apples, pears and stone fruits such as apricots, peaches, nectarines and plums as well as table grapes. Production is mainly centralised in Nyanga, in the eastern border province, largely because of its conducive climatic conditions. Though DFGA has recorded…