Shade effect on coffee production at the northern Tzeltal zone of the state of Chiapas , Mexico

@inproceedings{SotoPintoa2000ShadeEO,
  title={Shade effect on coffee production at the northern Tzeltal zone of the state of Chiapas , Mexico},
  author={Lorena Soto-Pintoa and Ivette Perfectob and Juan Castillo-Hernandeza and Javier Caballero-Nietoc},
  year={2000}
}
  • Lorena Soto-Pintoa, Ivette Perfectob, +1 author Javier Caballero-Nietoc
  • Published 2000
The necessity of on-farm research to assess the relationship between shade ecological features and yields has been broadly recognised. On this basis, a more sustainable coffee system could be developed, with better conservation of natural resources. An on-farm research project was conducted in the municipality of Chilón, Chiapas, Mexico, with the objectives of investigating the effect of shade structure on coffee grain yield and assessing the potential uses of associated plant species. Results… CONTINUE READING
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