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Control of coffee berry disease and leaf rust in 1987


, : Control of coffee berry disease and leaf rust in 1987. Kenya Coffee 52(605): 41-47

Formulations and application rates of recommended fungicides for the control of CBD and leaf rust are presented, together with additional notes on what growers should know about the use of fungicides and rates of application for smallholders.

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