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Coffee leaf rust disease widespread in Vietnam, a Japanese study shows

TSUKUBA, Japan – In a study published this month in Frontiers in Plant Science, researchers from the University of Tsukuba and Ibaraki University have...

Genetics research boosts response to disease plaguing Hawaii’s coffee crop

ITHACA, NY, USA – Hawaii growers and agricultural officials were alarmed when coffee leaf rust began spreading rapidly through the Islands. The devastating plant...

US announces $6m grant to support research to sequence the coffee leaf rust genome

PORTLAND, OR, US – A new four-year, $6 million grant will support coordinated research to address the threat of coffee leaf rust for coffee...

Costa Rica’s new molecular biology lab to fight coffee rust, develop new varieties

HEREDIA, Costa Rica – Costa Rica now has a Laboratory of Molecular Biology that will contribute to fighting coffee leaf rust, developing new bean...

Purdue expert becomes part of FFAR project to protect Hawaii’s coffee trees

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – With looming threats of coffee leaf rust to farmers’ yields, Purdue University mycologist Catherine Aime is working to protect this...

Coffee leaf rust presence confirmed on Hawaii’s islands of Kaua’i and Moloka’i

HONOLULU, US – The Hawai`i Department of Agriculture (HDOA) has confirmed the detection of coffee leaf rust (CLR) on Kaua’i and Moloka`i. The serious...

Covid’s next casualty could be your cup of coffee, says new study on coffee leaf rust

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind., US — Starting in the 2011-12 growing season, a powdery orange fungus called coffee leaf rust spread like wildfire throughout Latin...

Research on coffee leaf rust featured in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

HILO, Hawaiʻi, US – An assistant professor of geography at the University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo is the co-author of a perspective in the...

Epa allows Hawai’i coffee growers to use fungicide to control coffee leaf rust

HONOLULU, US – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has approved a request from the Hawai`i Department of Agriculture (HDOA) to allow the use...

Webinars scheduled for Hawai`i coffee growers on possible fungicide use

HONOLULU, US – Two free webinars have been scheduled in April to help inform Hawai`i coffee growers on the potential use of a fungicide...

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