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Coffee: Rejuvenating the Abandoned Orchard
|Title:||Coffee: Rejuvenating the Abandoned Orchard|
|Authors:||Goto, Y Baron|
Fukunaga, Edward T.
|Issue Date:||Nov 1986|
|Publisher:||Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Hawaii|
|Citation:||Goto YB, Fukunaga ET. 1986. Coffee: rejuvenating the abandoned orchard. Honolulu (HI): Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Hawaii. 8 p. (Extension Circular; 355 - revised)|
|Series/Report no.:||Extension Circular|
No. 355 (Revised)
|Abstract:||Rejuvenation of old, abandoned coffee orchards, most of which were started in the late 1890's and the early years of the present century, seems to be the wisest way of getting into maximum production during the present high coffee market. There are two different jobs to be done in bringing back into production the old coffee orchards which have been abandoned for so many decades. The first is the removal of shade trees and weeds. The second is the proper care of old trees and young seedlings by correct fertilization practices, weeding and pruning, and the subsequent replacement of poor producers within four to five years.|
|Appears in Collections:||Extension Circular|
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