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Studies on the storage of coffee beans in the interior parts of south India


, : Studies on the storage of coffee beans in the interior parts of south India. Indian Coffee 36(10): 327-330

The weevil Araecerus fasciculatus was able to breed in coffee beans of different varieties stored at 28-32 deg C provided that the bean moisture content exceeded 9%.

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