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A contribution to determine critical levels of weed interference in coffee crops of Monagas state, Venezuela


, : A contribution to determine critical levels of weed interference in coffee crops of Monagas state, Venezuela. Bioagro 12(3): 63-70

Studies were conducted to determine the effect of different periods of control and the interference of weeds on coffee yield. The trial was established in two-year-old coffee plantations without protection from the sun. The experimental design was a randomized complete block design with ten treatments and four replications. Four plants were considered in each plot.

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