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Soil moisture and the shading of coffee plantations in Central America

Soil moisture and the shading of coffee plantations in Central America

Bragantia 11: 99-119. bibl. 13

In the State of Sao Paulo, Brazil, coffee does not do well under shade owing to competition for soil moisture between the coffee bushes and the shade trees, wilting point sometimes being reached to a depth of a metre after 2-3 months' drought.

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