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  1. 15/10/2016 This article is from ECHO Asia Note #29 Processing methods for coffee can drastically change the quality and taste of the final product, for better or for worse. By choosing a method that positively impacts quality, flavor, and cost, a coffee producer can optimize the coffee’s potential, at the...
  2. 20/11/2019 Joshua Spitaleri, Taya Brown, & Adam Cobb - Presented at the 2019 EIAC Smallholder coffee farmers struggle with several key challenges in growing, harvesting, processing, and moving their products to market. Promising strategies and potential interventions were identified via focus group...
  3. 20/11/2018 Root-knot nematodes invade crop roots, form galls, and steal plant nutrients causing 125 billion dollars of crop loss worldwide (Ara and Hossain, 2011). Biological control methods such as compost, yard waste, and organic fertilizers can release nematicidal compounds as they decompose (McSorley,...
  4. 29/11/2016 In this opening session, Zach gives an introduction to coffee and the many harvesting and processing methods in practice today.
  5. AccessAgriculture Training Video La culture du café de bonne qualité ne se fait pas toute seule. C’est une combinaison des nombreux aspects de la gestion des parcelles de café. Tout doit être bien fait si l’on veut maximiser le rendement. Cette vidéo se penche sur deux aspects, le premier...
  6. Coffee grounds are a great addition to the garden and compost pile. Help to recycle this great organic resource and reduce the amount of organics going to the landfill! Some information about coffee grounds: Coffee grounds are about 2% nitrogen by volume. Grounds are not acidic; the acid in...
  7. Optimal coffee-growing conditions include cool to warm tropical climates, rich soils, and few pests or diseases. The world’s Coffee Belt spans the globe along the equator, with cultivation in North, Central, and South America; the Caribbean; Africa; the Middle East; and Asia. Brazil is now the...
  8. 01/01/1963 This book covers the different kinds of coffee, how to grow coffee, and pests and diseases of coffee.
  9. Abstract, The Scientific World Journal, 2012 Coffea arabicaL. (arabica coffee), the only tetraploid species in the genusCoffea, represents the majority of the world's coffee production and has a significant contribution to Nicaragua's economy. The present paper was conducted to determine the...
  10. AccessAgriculture Training Video Une bonne gestion des caféiers peut faire la différence entre gagner un revenu moyen et gagner bien sa vie. Le dessouchage régulier des caféiers dans le cadre de votre plan de gestion global et l’élagage annuel, peuvent aider à stimuler les rendements et les...
  11. Speaker Bio: Samuel Gurel is a certified SCAA Q Grader instructor and has instructed several Q grader classes in China. Samuel has been involved in all aspects of the coffee industry for the past 10 years and has been on the judging committees of several barista competitions. He has presented...
  12. 06/10/2015 Speaker Bio: Samuel Gurel is a certified SCAA Q Grader instructor and has instructed several Q grader classes in China. Samuel has been involved in all aspects of the coffee industry for the past 10 years and has been on the judging committees of several barista competitions. He has presented...
  13. 26/04/2016 The first ECHO Asia coffee cupping was organized on March 10, 2016 at the Torch Coffee Lab located on the second floor of Omnia Café & Roastery in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Zachary Price, ECHO Asia Technical Advisor and Q-grader (certified coffee cupper) led the activity and also shared some...
  14. Abstract, ScienceDirect, 2015 Coffea arabicaandCoffea canephoravar.Robusta, commonly known as Arabica and Robusta coffees, respectively, are the two coffee species of highest agronomical importance. They differ from each other in several aspects, including bean morphology,organoleptic properties,...
  15. Abstract, Applied Ecology, 2019 Wild coffee species are critical for coffee crop development and, thus, for sustainability of global coffee production. Despite this fact, the extinction risk and conservation priority status of the world’s coffee species are poorly known. Applying IUCN Red List of...
  16. 01/10/2019 This workshop will discuss the following: -how coffee is graded. -price differentials in coffee contracts. -how to help farmers increase their quality to receive higher prices at market.
  17. The World Atlas of Coffeetakes readers on a global tour of coffee-growing countries, presenting the bean in full-color photographs and concise, informative text. It covers where coffee is grown, the people who grow it and the cultures in which it is a way of life. It also covers the world of...
  18. Ressource principale 01/01/1992 This book describes the basic botany of the coffee plant an how to grow it in a variety of African Zones and farming systems, with reference to other tropical areas. All the practical growing techniques are given in detail. 2 Copies
  19. 21/11/2019 Session :The challenges for pruning coffee plants are related to lack of knowledge in how, when to do it, and the reduction in production that the farmer will have for one year. This practical workshop will discuss the reasons for pruning and the best practices of how. Presenter :Rafael Flores is...
  20. Abstract, SEMIRATE, 2018 Samosir Island is the location of coffee plantations especially in Pangururan subdistrict. Currently coffee farmers in Samosir are trying to utilize a protective plant for coffee tree that is Kelor. This study investigated how far the integration of Kelor with coffee...
  21. This technology describes a combination of good practices for soil and water conservation that were introduced to coffee farmers in the central cattle corridor of Uganda, with aim to enhance their resilience to dry spells, pests and diseases, as part of the Global Climate Change Alliance (GCCA)...
  22. In under 40 minutes you'll learn to grow peach, apple, coffee, grapefruit, coconut, pomegranate, pawpaw and fourteen other amazing trees from seed! This is the complete presentation on growing trees from seed, recorded in the rain forest, hosted by David The Good. 5:20 apple 6-10 years, or easy...
  23. 26/11/2019 Session: Coffee farmers in Burundi have been dogged in recent years by low prices and poor input availability. Can best practices in coffee farming realistically lead to profitable farms, given the small land size and capital constraints of small-scale coffee farmers? We will look at empirical...
  24. Nuts/seeds/herbs Edible parts -Seeds, Leaves, Herb, Spice, Leaves - tea An evergreen shrub. It grows to 3-5 m high and spreads to 3 m across. The stem is slender and the branches are flexible. Theleaves are glossy green, oblong, and tapering towards the tip. They occur opposite each other and...

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