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Organic Fertilizers Requirement of Coffee (Coffea Arabica L) Review

@article{Dawid2018OrganicFR,
  title={Organic Fertilizers Requirement of Coffee (Coffea Arabica L) Review},
  author={Jafer Dawid},
  journal={International Journal of Research Studies in Agricultural Sciences},
  year={2018},
  volume={4},
  pages={11-18}
}
  • Jafer Dawid
  • Published 2018
  • Biology, Environmental Science
  • International Journal of Research Studies in Agricultural Sciences
Arabica coffee (coffea Arabica L), is indigenous still grows wild in the forests of south-western Ethiopia, which remains an important source of genetic resources for the world coffee industry. It is one of the stimulating crops widely drunk in the world next to tea , contributes to more than 50-60% of the Ethiopia’s foreign earning and with 44% of all production consumed domestically. In Ethiopia, most soils are exposed to nutrient leaching over a long period resulting in low organic matter… 

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