Coffee Board of Kenya Monthly Bulletins June 1970

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1970
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The marked instability of yield level which is characteristic of much of the Arabica coffee grown in Kenya, even where pest and disease factors are eliminated, suggests there is considerable scope for improving management practices.In order to rationalise the management of a perennial crop it is desirable to appreciate the effects of the various possible management procedures on dry matter production and distribution and the uptake and distribution of minerals as well as the influence of crop water stress on both of these. Factors affecting flowering an~ fruit set are equally important, but in whole-tree physiology these must be considered in addition to dry matter production and not apart from it.
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