27 Dec '17, 4pm

2017 Was an Amazing and Somewhat Terrifying Year in Coffee Research

Following a gathering of Central American technical experts on coffee, World Coffee Research has confirmed today that the Lempira coffee variety, which is widely planted throughout the Honduras, is no longer resistant to leaf rust (la roya). This confirms the industry’s worst fear since earlier this year, when outbreaks of leaf rust were reported in Olancho and other important Honduran coffee-producing regions planted with Lempira, which had been favored for its resistance to leaf rust…[

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