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Coffee Science - v.14, n.1, 2019

Coffee Science - v.14, n.1, 2019

 

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  • Sabino, Paulo Henrique de Siqueira; Silva, Gian Otávio Alves da; Silva, Adriano Bortolotti da; Carvalho, Geraldo Andrade (Editora UFLA, 2019-01)
    The present study aimed to evaluate the effects of applying fungicides with different sources of copper and of the number of applications on the occurrence of Leucoptera coffeella (Guérin-Menéville & Perrottet, 1842) ...
  • Castanheira, Dalyse Toledo; Barcelos, Thales Resende; Guimarães, Rubens José; Carvalho, Milene Alves de Figueiredo; Rezende, Tiago Teruel; Bastos, Isadora dos Santos; Cruvinel, Arthur Henrique (Editora UFLA, 2019-01)
    Water restriction significantly affects coffee (Coffea arabica L.) production. The study of a few agronomic techniques that optimizes water use can generate technologies for mitigating the effects of climatic variations ...
  • Franco Junior, Kleso Silva; Florentino, Ligiane Aparecida; Dias, Marcio de Souza; Franco, Thais Cristina (Editora UFLA, 2019-01)
    One of the alternatives to increase productivity and without harming the environment is the use of green cover associated with soil bioactivators. However, there are still incipient studies reporting the association influence ...
  • Collazos-Escobar, Gentil Andres; Gutiérrez-Guzmán, Nelson; Váquiro-Herrera, Henry A. (Editora UFLA, 2019-01)
    Specialty coffee is highly differentiated product because of its sensorial attributes: aroma, body and brand reputation. In specialized markets, these products are highly valued, and sometimes up to six times their commercial ...
  • Borém, Flávio Meira; Luz, Marcos Paulo Santos; Sáfadi, Thelma; Volpato, Margarete Marin Lordelo; Alves, Helena Maria Ramos; Borém, Rosângela Alves Tristão; Maciel, Daniel Andrade (Editora UFLA, 2019-01)
    The objective in this study was to identify meteorological variables related to the sensorial quality of the coffees from Mantiqueira region in Minas Gerais. Meteorological conditions are strongly related to the coffee’s ...
  • Sarria-González, Juan Camilo; Ivorra-Martínez, Eugenio; Girón-Hernández, Joel (Editora UFLA, 2019-01)
    Artificial vision techniques were used to evaluate its application in the control of the coffee roasting stage. Coffee samples of Colombia and Castillo varieties were obtained and analyzed by comparing images during the ...
  • Paula, Paulo Victor Augusto Azevedo de; Pozza, Edson Ampélio; Alves, Eduardo; Moreira, Silvino Intra; Paula, Júlio Cesar Azevedo; Santos, Leandro Alvarenga (Editora UFLA, 2019-01)
    Cercosporiosis is caused by Cercospora coffeicola and represents a very important coffee plants phytosanitary problem. Catuaí IAC 144 and Topázio cultivars at the F2 stage were inoculated with a conidial suspension. Samples ...
  • Tasson, Guilherme Augusto Teixeira; Nadaleti, Denis Henrique Silva; Carvalho, Gladyston Rodrigues; Pereira, Fernanda Aparecida Castro; Andrade, Vinícius Teixeira; Botelho, César Elias (Editora UFLA, 2019-01)
    Coffee cultivars that are better adapted and more productive can help reduce production costs and make coffee cultivation more profitable. The Mundo Novo cultivar has stood out as one of the most productive cultivars of ...
  • Castanheira, Dalyse Toledo; Alecrim, Ademilson de Oliveira; Voltolini, Giovani Belutti; Rezende, Tiago Teruel; Menicucci Netto, Pedro; Guimarães, Rubens José (Editora UFLA, 2019-01)
    Weed control is fundamental in coffee cultivation due to their high interference, competing with the crop for water, light and nutrients. Among the control methods used, chemical control is highlighted, due to its high ...
  • Pereira, Fernanda Aparecida Castro; Carvalho, Samuel Pereira de; Viana, Mariana Thereza Rodrigues; Vidal, Douglas Alves; Ferreira, Guilherme Souza; Silva, Joyce Alves Goulart da; Sâmia, Michelly Pereira (Editora UFLA, 2019-01)
    Rust is the main disease of coffee. Recently, cercospora leaf spot has grown in importance, intensifying defoliation and decreasing grain yield in Coffea arabica. The Big Coffee VL is a variety of C. arabica, with large ...
  • Chagas, Wantuir Filipe Teixeira; Silva, Douglas Ramos Guelfi; Lacerda, Jordana Reis; Pinto, Leandro Campos; Andrade, André Baldansi; Faquin, Valdemar (Editora UFLA, 2019-01)
    The application of urea in coffee crop has caused high losses of nitrogen (N) by volatilization, causing low use and recovery of this nutrient. This low use of N may interfere in the growth and nutrition of the coffee crop ...
  • Alecrim, Ademilson de Oliveira; Guimarães, Rubens José; Castanheira, Dalyse Toledo; Rezende, Tiago Teruel; Carvalho, Milene Alves de Figueiredo; Voltolini, Giovani Belutti (Editora UFLA, 2019-01)
    The weed control in coffee plants has great importance, as they compete for light, water and nutrients. The chemical control is the most used, emphasizing the glyphosate, however, when applied, drift can occur and consequently ...
  • Castro, Eliziane Denize de; Villela, Luciana Silva; Mendes, Lourival Marin; Mendes, Rafael Farinassi; Ribeiro, André Geraldo Cornélio; Guimarães Junior, José Benedito; Rabelo, Giovanni Francisco (Editora UFLA, 2019-01)
    The development of materials that use less polluting manufacturing techniques and can be manufactured from agricultural and/or industrial waste is an increasingly explored field of research. The objective of this work was ...
  • Laborde, Marie Caroline Ferreira; Botelho, Deila Magna dos Santos; Rodríguez, Gabriel Alfonso Alvarez; Resende, Mário Lúcio Vilela de; Queiroz, Marisa Vieira de; Batista, Aline Duarte; Cardoso, Patrícia Gomes; Pascholati, Sérgio Florentino; Gusmão, Luis Fernando Pascholati; Martins, Samuel Júlio; Medeiros, Flávio Henrique Vasconcelos de (Editora UFLA, 2019-01)
    Brown eye spot is among the most important coffee diseases, it is caused by a necrotrophic fungal Cercospora coffeicola. Saprobe fungi have potential in reducing the survival of necrotrophic pathogens and can act through ...
  • Carnier, Ruan; Berton, Ronaldo Severiano; Coscione, Aline Renee; Pires, Adriana Marlene Moreno; Corbo, Jessica Zuanazzi (Editora UFLA, 2019-01)
    The coffee industry produces a wide range of organic wastes, some in large amounts, and most of them do not have a well-defined final disposal. The agricultural use of these wastes can be based on the recycling of nitrogen ...

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