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Transformation of coffee-growing landscapes across Latin America. A review
(CATIE, Turrialba (Costa Rica), 2021-09)
In Latin America, the cultivation of Arabica coffee (Coffea arabica) plays a critical role in rural livelihoods, biodiversity conservation, and sustainable development. Over the last 20 years, coffee farms and landscapes ...
Shade tree Chloroleucon eurycyclum promotes coffee leaf rust by reducing uredospore wash-off by rain
(Elsevier, Ámsterdam (Países Bajos), 2020)
addition, may interact with environment. To better understand shade trees effects on coffee leaf rust (CLR), we studied three disease stages separately: sporulation, uredospore wash-off by rain, and uredospore deposition ...
The coffee rust crises in Colombia and Central America (2008-2013): impacts, plausible causes and proposed solutions
Coffee rust is a leaf disease caused by the fungus, Hemileia vastatrix. Coffee rust epidemics, with intensities higher than previously observed, have affected a number of countries including: Colombia, from 2008 to 2011; ...
Unraveling the Complexity of Coffee Leaf Rust Behavior and Development in Different Coffea arabica Agroecosystems
Crop health management systems can be designed according to practices that help to reduce crop losses by restricting pathogen development and promoting host plant growth. A good understanding of pathogen and host dynamics, ...