Coffee Borer Beetle Damaging Big Island Crops

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Hawaii Island farmers have more than 6 thousand acres in coffee, with more than half of it in the Kona districts.  The U. S. Department of Agriculture says the state's coffee industry is worth $33.4 million dollars.  And as HPR's Sherry Bracken reports, it's an industry facing some challenges.

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