Some factors influencing the performance of spray programmes for the control of coffee berry disease

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1971
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Gibbs, J.N.
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In 1968 in a field trial at Kamundu, Kenya, early-season (J an.-Mar.) sprays of copper, captafol and Tuzet failed to control coffee berry disease (CBD), in the late (main) crop of cultivars S.L.28 and S.L.34. Copper and captafol caused some delay in disease development but eventually infection reached over 50 % in all treatments and final yields of sprayed plots were below those from unsprayed plots.
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Annals of Applied Biology, 67, pp. 343-356
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