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GMO coffee is already on the horizon — but will we drink it and enjoy it?

Remember the Gros Michel banana? If you're under the age of seventy, you probably don't. That's because in the 1950s a fungal disease called...

Disease-resistant plants helps Guatemala recover from coffee rust

“We sell coffee, save money with the saving group, and, from the money we get, we save our seed capital so we are not...

MBI products show impressive results in the fight against coffee rust

DAVIS, Calif., U.S. – Marrone Bio Innovations, Inc., (MBI) a leading provider of bio-based pest management and plant health products for agriculture, turf and ornamental and water treatment markets, has reported excellent product efficacy results in fast growing international markets with intense pest and plant disease problems.

Mexico’s coffee production last season was the lowest in 20 years

MEXICO CITY, Mexico – Ongoing problems for Mexican coffee producers have resulted in the worst year ever for the industry with total output during the 2015-2016 harvest season of just over 2 million 69-kilogram sacks. During their heyday some 20 years ago, cafetaleros produced around 6.5 million sacks of coffee beans.

BioNovelus makes key strides in the fight against coffee rust in Guatemala

PHOENIX, U.S. — BioNovelus, Inc. is proud to announce that it has acquired all certifications and licensures it believes necessary to sell and distribute products from newly established Guatemalan Subsidiary: BioNovelus-Guatemala S.A. in Guatemala. Anacafé, the Guatemalan Coffee Association reports positive results for ...

BioNovelus Inc. meets Starbucks’ officer and agronomic engineers

PHOENIX, U.S. - Jean Ekobo, CEO of BioNovelus Inc. recently attended the ‘Sintercafe - International Coffee Week,’ the largest coffee convention in Central America. This...

Coffee producers in Costa Rica use science to tackle climate change

LLANO BONITO, Costa Rica - “Our coffee production per hectare has dropped due to early ripening of the fruit and diseases,” Maritza Cal coffee...

BioNovelus retains EPA specialist, and provides update on crop protection testing

PHOENIX, U.S. - BioNovelus, Inc. is pleased to announce that they have retained Mr. John Fournier as our Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) specialist. Currently,...

Costa Rica: Rust returns to coffee plantations

In plantations in different parts of Costa Rica, and especially in Turrialba and Coto Brus, an increase has been detected in the presence of...

Bio Fungicide CR-10 has joined the coffee rust battle in Guatemala

PHOENIX, U.S. - BioNovelus, Inc. is proud to announce that its biodegradable fungicide, CR-10, will be tested by major coffee growers in Guatemala, starting...

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