Definition of Coffea robusta
1. Noun. Native to West Africa but grown in Java and elsewhere; resistant to coffee rust.
Generic synonyms: Coffee, Coffee Tree
Lexicographical Neighbors of Coffea Robusta
Literary usage of Coffea robusta
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. All about Coffee by William Harrison Ukers (1922)
"Due to its rapid growth, early and prolific yield, resistance to coffee blight, and many other desirable qualities, coffea robusta ..."
2. Tropical Agriculture: The Climate, Soils, Cultural Methods, Crops, Live by Earley Vernon Wilcox (1916)
"The Liberian coffee is native of west tropical Africa, while coffea robusta comes originally from the Congo. Coffee was apparently first used as a beverage ..."
3. Torreya by Torrey Botanical Club (1915)
"It was followed by Coffea liberica, and it by coffea robusta, which now produces the bulk of Java coffee ..."
4. Where the Strange Trails Go Down by Edward Alexander Powell (1921)
"... called coffea robusta, and thirteen per cent with another African species, Coffea liberia, and the rest with Japanese and other varieties. ..."
5. The Use of Organic Residues in Rural Communities by Cyril A. Shacklady (1983)
"Coffee (coffea robusta) is one of the most important export commodities of Indonesia. Throughout Asia, only India's coffee production exceeds that of ..."
6. Report of the Puerto Rico Agricultural Experiment Station by Puerto Rico Agricultural Experiment Station, Mayaguez (1907)
"coffea robusta, a coffee variety which according to information is now attracting much attention in Java, is represented at the substation by 3 specimens. ..."