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Composting of coffee pulp



Composting of coffee pulp



Journal of Coffee Research 31(2): 153-160



Large scale composting was carried out during 2002-03 at B.C and K estate, Thithimathi, located in South Kodagu, India, using coffee pulp (372 tonnes) generated during wet processing of coffee. Of which 6 tonnes per treatment having 2 tonnes per replication (heap) was taken for this study.

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