Main research

Ahmad A, 2000. An institutional analysis of changes in land use pattern and water scarcity in Dak Lak province, Vietnam. INSTITUTIONS, LIVELIHOODS and the ENVIRONMENT, 33.

Amarasinghe UA, Hoanh CT, D’haeze D, Hung TQ, 2015. Toward sustainable coffee production in Vietnam: More coffee with less water. Agricultural Systems 136, 96-105.

Aristizabal LF, Bustillo AE, Arthurs SP, 2016. Integrated Pest Management of Coffee Berry Borer: Strategies from Latin America that Could Be Useful for Coffee Farmers in Hawaii. insects 7, 24.

Arouri M, Nguyen C, Youssef AB, 2015. Natural Disasters, Household Welfare, and Resilience: Evidence from Rural Vietnam. World Development 70, 59-77.

Baker P, Van Tan P, D’haeze D, 2017. Vietnam’s central highlads’ upland agriculture Under Pressure because of the looming effects of climate change.


Baker PS, 2012. A Rapid Field Diagnostic of Coffee Farmers’ Production Challenges in Cu M’ga district, Dak Lak, Vietnam. Coffee and Climate: The Geometry of Change.

Bisang BW, Jansen D, Linne K, Nguyen T, Walz H, 2016. Climate Change and Vietnamese Coffee Production. Coffee Climate Care Vietnam, 46.

Bot A, Benites J, 2005. The importance of soil organic matter. FAO soils bulletin – Key to drought-resistant soil and sustained food and production 80, 95.

Botero JE, Baker PS, 2001. Coffee and biodiversity; a producer-country perspective. Coffee Futures: A Source Book of Some Critical Issues Confronting the Coffee Industry, CABI Commodities, Egham, UK, 94-103.

Bunn C, Laderach P, Rivera OO, Kirschke D, 2015. A bitter cup: climate change profile of global production of Arabica and Robusta coffee. Climate Change 129, 89-101.

Carter MR, 2002. Soil Quality for Sustainable Land Management: Organic Matter and Aggregation Interactions that Maintain Soil Functions. Agronomy Journal 94, 38-47.

Cheesman J, Bennett J, 2005. Natural Resources, Institutions and livelihoods in Dak Lak, Viet Nam. In. Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research.

Cramb RA, Purcell T, Ho TCS, 2004. Participatory assessment of rural livelihoods in the Central Highlands of Vietnam. Agricultural Systems 81, 255-72.

D’haeze D, Deckers J, Raes D, Phong TA, Loi HV, 2005. Environmental and socio-economic impacts of institutional reforms on the agricultural sector of Vietnam Land suitability assessment for Robusta coffee in the Dak Gan region. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 105, 59-76.

D’haeze D, Raes D, Deckers J, Phong TA, Loi HV, 2005c. Groundwater extraction for irrigation of Coffea canephora in Ea Tul watershed, Vietnam—a risk evaluation. Agricultural Water Management 73, 1-19.

Do Ceu Silva M, Varzea V, Guerra-Guinaraes L., et al., 2006. Coffee resistance to the main diseases: leaf rust and coffee berry disease. Journal of Physiology 18, 119-47.

Doutriaux S, Geisler C, Shively G, 2008. Competing for Coffee Space: Development‐Induced Displacement in the Central Highlands of Vietnam. Rural Sociology 73, 528-54.

Dzung NA, Dzung TT, Khanh VTP, 2013. Evaluation of coffee husk compost for improving soil fertility and sustainable coffee production in rural central highland of Vietnam. Resources and Environment 3, 77-82.

Giungato P, Nardone E, Notarnicola L, 2008. Environmental and Socio-economic Effects of Intensive Agriculture: The Vietnam Case. Journal of Commodity Science, Technology, and Quality 47, 135-51.

Grosjean G, Monteils F, Hamilton SD, et al., 2016. Increasing Resilience to Droughts in Vietnam; The Role of Forests, Agroforests and Climate Smart Agriculture. CCAFS-CIAT-UN-REDD Position Paper n.1, Hanoi, Vietnam.

Haggar J, Schepp K, 2012. Impacts and options for adaptation in Brazil, Guatemala, Tanzania and Vietnam. Coffee and Climate Change, 1-55.

Herrera Sirias IC, 2011. Root-Knot Nematodes and Coffee in Nicaragua: Management Systems, Species Identification and Genetic Diversity. Alnarp: Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences

Hoffstetter E, 2016. Vietnam to produce more coffee with less water. Rural 21 51.

Jackson C, 2015. World Bank Support for Vietnam’s Coffee Sector Coffee outlook and sustainability 2015.

Khan A, Williams KL, Nevalainen HKM, 2006. Cobtrol of plant-parasitic nematodes by Paecilomyces licacinus and Monacrosporium lysipagum in pot trials BioControl 54, 643-58.

Kiewnick S, Sikora RA, 2006. Biological control of the root-knot nematode Meloidogyne incognite by Paecilomyces lilacinus strain 251. Biological Control 38, 179-87.

Laderach P, 2012. Future Climate Scenarios for Viet Nam’s Robusta Coffee Growing Areas. In.: CIAT, 30.

Liebig T, Jassogne L, Rahn E, et al., 2016. Towards a Collaborative Research: A Case Study on Linking Science to Farmers’ Perceptions and Knowledge on Arabica Coffee Pests and Diseases and Its Management. PloS one 11, e0159392.

Marsh A, 2007. Diversification by smallholder farmers: Viet Nam Robusta Coffee. Agricultural Management, Marketing and Fiance Service 19.

Mcmahon P, 2012. Effect of Nutrition and Soil Function on Pathogens of Troical Tree Crops. In: Cumagun CJR, ed. Plant Pathology. InTech.

Milnes E, Negro F, Perrochet P, 2015. Vietnam to produce more coffee with less water – Towards a reduction of th blue water footprint in coffee production CHYN, 1-177.

Nhan DT, 2005a. Development of and prospects for the Vietnamese coffee industry ICO, 5.

Nhan DT, 2005b. Improvement of coffee quality and prevention of mould formation in Vietnam. ICO.

Nhan DT, 2005c. Vietnamese Coffee Industry after 5 Years’ Crisis and i’s Future Orientation In: Association VC-C, ed. 2nd World Coffee Conference. Salvador, Brazil.

Pardey AEB, 2015. COFFEE INSECT PESTS PART II: Damage caused by Arthropods. In: Gaitan AL, Cristancho MA, Castro Caicedo BL, Rivillas CA, Gomez GM, eds. Compendium of coffee diseases and pests 45-60.

Paterson RRM, Baker PS, Van Der Stegen GHD, 2001. Ochratoxin A in coffee In: Baker PS, ed. Coffee Futures: a source book of some critical issues confronting the coffee industry.

Rios AR, Shively GE, 2016. Farm size and nonparametric efficiency measurements for coffee farms in Vietnam. 22.

Tien TM, Truc HC, Van Bo N, 2015. Potassium Application and Uptake in Coffee (Coffea robusta) plantations in Vietnam. e-ifc 42, 13-20.

Trinh PQ, De La Pena E, Nguyen CN, Nguyen HX, Moens M, 2009. Plant-parasitic nematodes associated with coffee in Vietnam. Russian Journal of Nematology 17, 73-82.

Vaast P, Caswell-Chen EP, Zasoski RJ, 1998. Effects of two endoparasitic nematodes (Pratylenchus coffeae and Meloidogyne konaensis) on ammonium and nitrate uptake by Arabica coffee (Coffea arabica L.). Applied Soil Ecology 10, 171-8.

Van Duc L, 2009. Coffee Sector Development towards Sustainable Coffee Production and Trade in Vietnam until 2020.

Van Tan P, Duc Thanh N, Van Hiep N, 2013. A review of evidence of recent climate change in the Central Highlands of Vietnam. Coffee & Climate, 49.

Van Thuong N, Loang TK, Binh PT, et al., 2006. Special R&D report on the FAO-Viet Nam Coffee Project. 105.