Books about Coffee

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Wellman Frederick, L. (1961). Coffee. Botany, cultivation, and utilization. [With a bibliography.]. London; Interscience Publishers: New York, Leonard Hill.

Wellman, F. L. (1961). Coffee: botany, cultivation, and utilization. London, L. Hill; New York: Interscience Publishers.

Westlake, M. J. and S. University of Nairobi. Institute for Development (1973). Taxation and control of the Kenyan coffee industry. Nairobi, Institute for Development Studies, University of Nairobi.

Wetala Maketso Patrick, E. (1997). Weed control in establishing coffee (Coffea canephora Pierre and Coffea arabica L.) in Uganda, University of Reading.

Wheeler, M. A., S. L. Wyatt, et al. (1978). Agricultural stabilization funds in Papua New Guinea: the case of coffee and cocoa. Konedobu, Papua New Guinea, Marketing Section, Dept. of Primary Industry.

Wheeler, M. and U. Economist Intelligence (1995). Coffee to 2000: a market untamed. London, Economist Intelligence Unit.

White Arnold, H. (1875). Coffee Culture in Ceylon. Manuring of estates. being the essay which obtained the first prize offered by the Planters Association of Ceylon. Colombo, "Ceylon Observer" Press.

Wickens, M. R. and J. N. Greenfield (1972). The econometrics of agricultural supply: an application to the world coffee market, [Bristol].

Wickizer, V. D. (1951). Coffee, tea and cocoa, Stanford, California.

Wickizer, V. D. and I. Stanford University. Food Research (1949). The world coffee economy: with special reference to control schemes. Stanford University, Calif., Food Research Institute, Stanford University.

Wiggin, E. and P. Key Note (2002). Market assessment report 2002: coffee and sandwich shops. Hampton, Middlesex, Key Note Publications.

Wild, A. (2004). Coffee: a dark history. London, Fourth Estate.

Wild, A. and C. East India (1994). The East India Company book of coffee. London, HarperCollins.

Wilkinson, E. (1886). Presentation of a silver tea and coffee service to the Rev. Dr. Cragg: (late vicar of St. Thomas', Coventry) by members of Christ Church, Leamington. The intimation of the presentation on New Year's Day, 1886, was made to Dr. Cragg by the following letter, [Leamington.

Wilkinson, H. (1928). The coffee berry borer beetle: Stephanoderes hampei Ferr. Nairobi, Printed by the Government Printer.

Wilkinson, H. and Kenya (1928). The Coffee Berry Borer Beetle: Stephanoderes hampei-Ferr. By H. Wilkinson. [With plates.], Nairobi.

Williams, R. L. and R. University of the West Indies. Institute of Social and Economic (1975). The coffee industry of Jamaica: growth, structure, and performance. Mona, Jamaica, Institute of Social and Economic Research, University of the West Indies.

Willson, K. C. and C. A. B. International (1999). Coffee, cocoa and tea. Wallingford, CABI Publishing.

Windle, E. G. (1933). Modern coffee planting. London, J. Bale, sons & Danielsson, ltd.

Wintgens, J. N. (2004). Coffee: growing, processing, sustainable production: a guidebook for growers, processors, traders and researchers. Weinheim; [Great Britain], Wiley-VCH.

Wondimu, M. (1996). Coffee leaf rust: epidemiology and management in Ethiopia.

Wood, K. (1968). The determination of alkali and alkaline-earth metals in coffee, Leeds.

World Bank. Eastern Africa Regional, O. and D. World Bank. Regional Projects (1978). Zambia: coffee production project. [Washington, D.C.], World Bank.

Worth, G. H. and Z. Wool Research Organisation of New (1992). Studies into treatments for wool to resist staining by coffee and red wine. Christchurch, WRONZ.

Wright, C. (1982). The pocket book of tea and coffee. London, Evans.

Wrigley, G. (1988). Coffee. London, Longman Scientific & Technical.

Wubie, G. (1989). Impact of coffee export taxation on coffee production in Ethiopia. Manchester, University of Manchester.

Wyeth, J. and S. University of Sussex. Institute of Development (1989). Diversification: eight lessons from Honduran experience in the coffee sector. Brighton, Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex.

Xanto, M. (1906). Fortune telling. Comprising various methods of telling fortunes by means of cards, tea and coffee grounds, love charms, phrenology, palmistry, etc. Also Napoleon's Oraculum, London.

Ya'Ersa meremer, e. (1969). Report on coffee diversification. Addis Ababa, Institute of Agricultural Research.

Yeh, S.-C. (2003). Customer satisfaction investigation of university students in Taipei coffee chain stores: based the examination on the two leader coffee chain stores, Starbucks and Dante, in Taiwan. Sheffield.

Yilma, M. (1996). Measuring smallholder efficiency: Ugandan coffee and food-crop production. [Goteborg, Sweden], Goteborgs Universitet.

You, L., S. Bolwig, et al. (2003). Alternative growth scenarios for Ugandan coffee to 2020. Washington, D.C., Environment and Production Technology Division, International Food Policy Research Institute.

Zamora, J., P. Thames, et al. (1985). Understanding market demand for agricultural products through consumer research: The coffee example. London, Thames Polytechnic.

Zancig, J. M. and H. Price (1902). How to tell fortunes by cards: describing and illustrating the methods usually followed by persons professing to tell fortunes by cards, including fortune telling with tea and coffee grounds, lucky birthdays, physiognomy, signs, etc. Chicago, F. J. Drake & co.

Zelaya, S. A. and T. University of Newcastle upon (1971). Agricultural diversification in an underdeveloped economy with specific reference to coffee and El Salvador. Newcastle upon Tyne, University of Newcastle upon Tyne.

Zerihun, T. and l. Sveriges (1996). A network approach to the coffee market sub-sector in Uganda. Uppsala, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences.

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