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Effects of temperature and light on arabica coffee

by Ramaiah, P.K; Gopal, N.H.
Publisher: Ago 1969Subject(s): COFFEA ARABICA | FISIOLOGIA | TEMPERATURA | REGIMENES DE LUZ | GERMINACION | SEMILLA | FLORACION | FRUTO | ETAPAS DE DESARROLLO DE LA PLANTA | COFFEA ARABICA | TEMPERATURE | LIGHT REGIMES | GERMINATION | SEEDS | FLOWERING | FRUIT | PLANT DEVELOPMENTAL STAGES | COFFEA ARABICA | TEMPERATURE | REGIME LUMINEUX | GERMINATION | GRAINE | FLORAISON | FRUIT | STADE DE DEVELOPPEMENT VEGETAL In: Indian Coffee (India) v. 33(8) p. 254-259, 263Summary: This paper is a review of the results of investigations and general observations on effects of temperature and light on germination, vegetative growth, bud-initiation, flowering, fruit set, berry development and physiological processes of the arabica coffee plant throughout the world with special reference to South Indian conditions, where over-exposures have been known to induce overbearing, ennervation and die-back. Maintenance of a good shade canopy has helped the plants in a better performance
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This paper is a review of the results of investigations and general observations on effects of temperature and light on germination, vegetative growth, bud-initiation, flowering, fruit set, berry development and physiological processes of the arabica coffee plant throughout the world with special reference to South Indian conditions, where over-exposures have been known to induce overbearing, ennervation and die-back. Maintenance of a good shade canopy has helped the plants in a better performance

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