The Control of the Coffee Berry Borer in Bukoba

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1939/1940
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Jervis, T.S.
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The coffee industry in Bukoba is probably unique in the world of coffee. Without subsidies, without any capita1, without any of the labour associated with an enterprise of this nature, it sprang within a generation from an output of 214 tons in 1906 to 7,837 tons, valued at £478,311, in 1928, raising a people from comparative penury to pinnacles of wealth to which they are only now adjusting their mental equilibrium.
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East African Agricultural and Forestry Journal, 5 (No 5), pp. 121-124
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