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Coffee yields and soil nutrients under the shades of Inga sp. vs. multiple species in Chiapas, Mexico

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The type of canopy structure that provides shade to shade-grown coffee may make a difference in production. While Mexican coffee producers have often sought to replace a natural diverse canopy with Inga latibracteata alone, the benefits of either method for yield and for ease of management have not been adequately studied.

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Woody Plant Diversity and Structure of Shade-Grown-Coffee Plantations in Northern Chiapas, Mexico

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This article presents research on coffee stand structure and diversity, with data collected from 61 coffee plots in Chiapas, Mexico.

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Seed rain under tree islands planted to restore degraded lands in a tropical agricultural landscape

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Testing Applied Nucleation as a Strategy to Facilitate Tropical Forest Recovery

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Tropical Montane Forest Restoration in Costa Rica: Overcoming Bariers to Dispersal and Establishment

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