USDA marks $1M to fight coffee berry borer

07/15/2013 | GenomeWeb Daily News (free registration)

The Agriculture Department has allotted $1 million for a project that will include genetic research dedicated to finding biological weaknesses in the coffee berry borer, which has infested up to 80% of coffee farms in Hawaii, through genetic research. The project will include the distribution of treatments and disposal of affected plants.

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