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Coffee Anthracnose: Dry Branch Disease On Coffee Trees Treatment

Coffee Anthracnose: in recent articles, we have introduced to you some primary diseases on coffee trees; today, we will learn about another relatively common condition, which is dry branches and berries on coffee trees (also known as coffee anthracnose): causes, signs, and measures to prevent and treat the disease. Symptoms of dry branches of coffee berries The disease usually affects the fruit bunches and fruit-bearing branches, the green parts of the chlorophyll. On coffee, tea is often more affected than coffee …
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How Does Climate Change Affect The Quality Of Specialty Coffee?

How Does Climate Change Affect The Quality Of Specialty Coffee? We all know climate change is happening and affecting the globe. But that concept is still quite abstract after all. Are winters less cold or storms are getting more and more violent? Still something far away. So, imagine paying more just to buy coffees that taste worse and worse. That is the closest scenario between climate change and the development of the world coffee industry! The Declaration Of Quality Flavor The quality …
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Corticium Salmonicolor Disease On Coffee Trees: Causes And Ways To Prevent It

Corticium Salmonicolor Disease or Pink fungal disease on coffee trees (in some places called pink mold, pink cat disease, or powdery mildew). This disease is caused by harmful fungi, quite common on crops; for coffee trees, the disease is second only to dry branches and coffee rust. In today's article, let's learn about the causes, harms, and prevention of coffee pink fungus with Helena Coffee Vietnam. The causative agent of coffee pink fungus The disease is caused by a fungus with the scientific …
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Re-cultivation has brought coffee productivity in Vietnam to 3 times higher than the world

To develop the coffee industry in the coming time, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development has set a goal that from now to 2025, the whole country will replant 75,000 hectares and graft and renovate 32 thousand hectares of coffee. It is expected that the coffee garden productivity after replanting and grafting in a stable business period will reach an average of 3.5 tons of kernels/ha and give an income 1.5-2 times higher than before replanting. According to the Department …
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Import & Export Coffee: Incoterms 2020 – Summary of content and specific instructions for use in Import & Export Coffee

Import & Export Coffee: Incoterms 2020 - Summary of content and specific instructions for use in Import & Export Coffee: Differences between Incoterms 2020 and Incoterms 2010; summary of the content of the updated terms in Incoterms 2020 and specific usage instructions. What are Incoterms 2020? Incoterms 2020 is a set of international commercial terms/conditions published for the eighth time by the International Chamber of Commerce ( ICC for short ), effective January 1, 2020. Incoterms 2020 stipulates the rules related to prices and the responsibilities of the …
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Top 10 Robusta Coffee Growing Countries

Top 10 Robusta Coffee Growing Countries: Brazil is the country with the highest coffee production in the world. However, the country with robusta coffee production is leading Vietnam. Especially famous for robusta Buon Ma Thuot coffee brand. Today we together learn about the ten countries with the most significant coffee production in the world in recent years. In the 2019-2020 crop, the world coffee production is about 169.3 million bags. The weight of each bag is 60 kg. Arabica has 95.76 …
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What Time Is Robusta Coffee Flowers And Harvest?

What Time Is Robusta Coffee Flowers And Harvest? Referring to robusta coffee, people often think of the Land of the Central Highlands, a country of coffee, where the land is red basalt, sunny and windy. Coffee robusta plant is the most used of all coffees. Do you know what time robusta coffee flowers and harvest ? Let’s go in and find out. So grow coffee beans when does robusta coffee flower and harvest? Depending on the climate, weather, and care techniques, …
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Terroir – Optimal Condition

Terroir is a term commonly applied to wine and is derived from the French word "Terre," which means land. Terroir refers to the diverse roles of natural factors such as climate, soil, flora, and fauna ecosystems, .. forming a growing condition and can affect plants in that place, including individual factors developed by humans such as farming practices and agricultural practices. In the coffee industry,  terroir is a confluence of many different factors that can powerfully impact and shape the flavor of …
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SHB – Strictly Hard Bean

First of all, we need to know that SHG ( Strictly High Grown ) coffee is a term for coffee trees grown at an altitude of over 1,200 meters (4,000 feet) above sea level. At an altitude of over 1200m, coffee trees have a long growth cycle, the process of accumulating nutrients in coffee beans takes longer, so the beans have a firm structure with a richer and more balanced flavor. The beans from these beans are called Strictly Hard Bean. Strictly Hard Bean …
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Selective Picking

A method of harvesting coffee in which farmers hand select only ripe red cherries. This ensures high coffee quality because, on most coffee plants, all the berries do not ripen at the same time but ripen in turn over several months. (Selective Picking) Related post: Five components that make up a perfect cup of coffee …
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Rust – Rust disease

Coffee Leaf Rust (CLR), also known as rust disease, is caused by the fungus Hemileia vastatrix and can completely devastate a coffee gossip thing. The first signs of the disease are yellow or orange-yellow spots on the underside of coffee leaves; these spots gradually spread, reducing the ability of photosynthesis and leaf activity to cause significant leaf loss. The coffee tree is dying. Related post: Coffee varieties: Timor Hybrid – Helena., JSC …
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Potato Defect

Potato Defect is a unique and unusual defect found only in coffees from Burundi and Rwanda. It is caused by unknown bacteria entering the coffee cherries' pods and producing a toxin that generates an unpleasant taste. Some studies show that: Potato Defect occurs when airborne bacteria get into a puncture or tear in the outer skin of a coffee berry. Such failures can happen for several reasons. The most common cause is Antestia (  Antestiopsis orbitalis  ), a tiny, blood-sucking insect that creates holes outside …