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PROBLEMS FACING LIVESTOCK RANCHING IN CALFORNIA

PROBLEMS FACING LIVESTOCK RANCHING IN CALFORNIA

Ranching is the rearing of livestock on an extensive piece of land. It is practiced mainly in grassland and semi-arid areas Ranchers in California manage over 38 million acres of privately and publicly owned rangeland. most California raches are family owned and operated, and many have been in the same family for four or more …

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7 problems facing coffee farming in India

7 problems facing coffee farming in India

Pests which destroy large parts of farms leading to losses e.g. termites. Diseases which lead to poor quality output such as coffee wilt disease and coffee berry disease. Limited land for coffee plantations due to ever increasing population. Soil exhaustion due to monoculture leading to low and poor quality yields. Competition with other coffee producing …

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7 problems facing coffee farming in Uganda

7 problems facing coffee farming in Uganda

Pests which destroy large parts of farms leading to losses e.g. termites. Diseases that lead to poor quality output such as coffee wilt disease and coffee berry disease. Limited land for coffee plantations due to the ever-increasing population. Soil exhaustion due to monoculture leading to low and poor quality yields. Competition with other coffee-producing countries …

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7 problems facing coffee farming in Guatemala

7 problems facing coffee farming in Guatemala

Pests which destroy large parts of farms leading to losses e.g. termites. Diseases which lead to poor quality output such as coffee wilt disease and coffee berry disease. Limited land for coffee plantations due to ever increasing population. Soil exhaustion due to monoculture leading to low and poor quality yields. Competition with other coffee producing …

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7 problems facing coffee farming in Ethiopia

7 problems facing coffee farming in Ethiopia

Pests which destroy large parts of farms leading to losses e.g. termites. Diseases which lead to poor quality output such as coffee wilt disease and coffee berry disease. Limited land for coffee plantations due to ever increasing population. Soil exhaustion due to monoculture leading to low and poor quality yields. Competition with other coffee producing …

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7 problems facing coffee farming in Colombia

7 problems facing coffee farming in Colombia

Pests which destroy large parts of farms leading to losses e.g. termites. Diseases which lead to poor quality output such as coffee wilt disease and coffee berry disease. Limited land for coffee plantations due to ever increasing population. Soil exhaustion due to monoculture leading to low and poor quality yields. Competition with other coffee producing …

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7 problems facing coffee farming in Vietnam

7 problems facing coffee farming in Vietnam

Pests which destroy large parts of farms leading to losses e.g. termites. Diseases which lead to poor quality output such as coffee wilt disease and coffee berry disease. Limited land for coffee plantations due to ever increasing population. Soil exhaustion due to monoculture leading to low and poor quality yields. Competition with other coffee producing …

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