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Hawai`i Board of Agriculture expands coffee quarantine for CLR to O`ahu and Lana`i

HONOLULU, Hawai`I, U.S. – The Hawai`i Board of Agriculture (Board) today approved the expansion of coffee quarantine areas to include the islands of O`ahu...

Exemption requested to allow Hawai`i coffee growers to use a fungicide against coffee leaf rust

HONOLULU, US – The Hawai`i Department of Agriculture (HDOA) has filed a request for a specific exemption from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)...

Fungus that eats fungus could help coffee farmers, shows new Swedish study led in Ethiopia

STOCKHOLM, Sweden – Coffee rust is a parasitic fungus and a big problem for coffee growers around the world. A study in the birthplace...

Coffee leaf rust confirmed on Hawaii Island in Holualoa area, south of Kailua-Kona

HONOLULU, Hawaii, U.S. – Coffee leaf rust (CLR) has been confirmed on coffee plants on Hawai`i Island by the U.S. Department of Agriculture National...

Coffee leaf rust tentatively found on Hawaii′s Maui Island, confirmatory tests underway

HONOLULU, Hawaii, U.S. – Coffee leaf rust (CLR) has been tentatively identified on coffee plant samples collected on Maui. The Hawai`i Department of Agriculture...

Zero Gravity Solutions files patent application for Coffee Leaf Rust treatment

BOCA RATON, Fla., U.S. – Zero Gravity Solutions, Inc., an agricultural biotechnology company, has a filed unique patent application relating to the mitigation, treatment...

World Coffee Research funds biological control of coffee leaf rust

PORTLAND, U.S. — Costly fungicides and pesticides aren’t the only way to control pests and diseases on a farm. Left alone, nature has developed...

IICA promotes new approach to tackling coffee leaf rust in Jamaica

KINGSTON, Jamaica – Coffee farmers from nine communities in the Blue Mountain will today begin a two-day workshop where they will receive training in how to use a climate forecasting system developed by local and overseas scientists, to better prepare for coffee leaf rust infestation.

Honduras, Associations call for urgent measures to counter Roya outbreak

TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras – A new outbreak of the destructive coffee leaf rust fungus, known as roya, could damage the next Honduran coffee harvest if preventative measures are not taken against it quickly, reports Reuters quoting the leading national coffee industry associations.

International Atomic Energy Agency training addresses devastating coffee disease

VIENNA, Austria - Coffee, one of the world’s most-traded commodities, is increasingly threatened by a disease known as coffee leaf rust. Experts from Central America,...

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