Malaysia experienced problems with the banana disease in the last few years, especially the Moko and Panama disease. Moko and Panama diseases are present in most parts of the country and have contributed to low production and capital loss in the banana industry. In 1952, conventional banana plantations were hit hard by new forms of disease across the world. Again in 1966, banana plantations were involved in Panama Disease or Fusarium wilt. Since then, agriculture in Malaysia has had to face these diseases, which is known for decades. It is so destructive that it single-handedly destroyed the Malaysian banana industry three years after being spotted in a Malaysian banana plantation.