UF: Saving coffee in Papua New Guinea

UF: Saving coffee in Papua New Guinea

UF: Saving coffee in Papua New Guinea

A UF team’s novel methods are helping farmers at home and abroad fight agricultural pests. The team’s collaboration with locals led to the early identification of the world’s most damaging coffee pest in Papua New Guinea – one of only two coffee-producing countries free of it, before now.

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