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Research on Monilia disease of cacao in Colombia

Research on Monilia disease of cacao in Colombia

Cacaotero Colombiano (16): 26-41

Pod rot (Moniliophthora roreri) causes c. 30% yield loss in Colombia where c 75 000 ha of cacao are grown.

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