Economists, farmers say overtreatment of coffee berry borer breaking banks
Troy Keolanui of OK Farms Hawaii shows what damage could look like from a coffee berry borer in this file photo. (HOLLYN JOHNSON/Tribune-Herald)
A coffee berry borer-infested coffee bean and cherry is shown. (Chelsea Jensen/West Hawaii Today, file)
Damage from the coffee berry borer entering the cherry is visible on Kona coffee growing in Holualoa. Chelsea Jensen/West Hawaii Today, file)
KAILUA-KONA — To spray or not to spray?
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