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Coffee pruning and spacing - management of tall arabica coffee (Coffea arabica L.) in Papua New Guinea



Coffee pruning and spacing - management of tall arabica coffee (Coffea arabica L.) in Papua New Guinea



Dix huitieme Colloque Scientifique International sur le Cafe, Helsinki, Finland, 2-8 aout 1999: 445-448



In a trial at Aituyara, Papua New Guinea, arabica coffee Mundo Novo was planted at densities of 2500, 3460 or 4444 trees/ha and pruned on 3 systems. In the first, secondary growth and suckers were removed after 2 harvests, in the second, secondary growth and suckers within 20 cm of the main stem and primary branches below 60 cm were removed and in the third, desuckering was carried out where necessary.

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