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Observations on coffee in Kenya. Part I. Chlorosis and dieback in coffee



Observations on coffee in Kenya. Part I. Chlorosis and dieback in coffee



Emp. J. exp. Agric, 3: 203-9



The author maintains that chlorosis followed by dieback in coffee may be attributed to two principal causes. In the one case nitrogen deficiency is held mainly responsible, and in the other carbohydrate deficiency. The early symptoms of both are similar, foliage first paling and the main veins then turning yellow. Subsequent changes are, however, distinguishable.

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