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Coffee Killing Fungus Was Not Driven by Climate Change

By Sarah Knapton – Re-Blogged From The Telegraph

Fears that climate change is triggering a coffee killing fungus which could wipe out plantations are unfounded, a new study suggests.

Last month a report by The Climate Institute warned that an increase in wet and warm conditions was driving the spread of coffee leaf rust which attacks crops, causing plants to wither and stop producing beans.

Coffee lead rust is not caused by climate change, says the University of Exeter 
Coffee lead rust is not caused by climate change, says the University of Exeter