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Red root rot of coffee and dieback symptoms of the shoots



Red root rot of coffee and dieback symptoms of the shoots



Rev. cafet. Colomb, 15: 137, 43-9. bibl. 6



Nectria tropica, normally saprophytic in the soil, becomes parasitic on injured coffee roots. Thus hand weeding is preferable to mechanical weeding. When not severely infected, trees may be cured by disinfecting the lesions with 2% formalin and then applying a protective bordeaux paste. Dead and moribund trees should be uprooted and burned, and the soil disinfected with paradichloronitro-benzene. Trees weakened by Nectria are frequently attacked on the shoots by Colletotrichum coffeanum.

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