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Scale detection and counts were conducted on 3 plant species (wax myrtle, wild coffee, and red-berry stopper) that are highly susceptible to lobate lac scale (Howard et al.
Wild coffee plants were cultivated in Arabia in the 15th century.
The wild coffee beans were mixed with animal fat, rolled into balls and noshed on the way to a war party.
In 2007, the Royal Botanical Gardens (KEW), Surrey, England, created an updated family tree of the genetic diversity of coffee, identifying more than 103 wild coffee species across Africa, Asia and even Australia.
To make a safe wild coffee, wash all the pulp off the seeds, and bake them at 300[degrees]F for three hours, in a covered roasting pan.