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Studies on the mineral nutrition of coffee. XXXI. The influence of the copper of the substrate on the growth and mineral composition of coffee (Coffea arabica L.), varieties Mundo Novo and Catuai



Studies on the mineral nutrition of coffee. XXXI. The influence of the copper of the substrate on the growth and mineral composition of coffee (Coffea arabica L.), varieties Mundo Novo and Catuai



Anais da Escola Superior de Agricultura "Luiz de Queiroz" 32: 647-655



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