Published by Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew
A study conducted by scientists at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, in collaboration with scientists in Ethiopia, reports that climate change alone could lead to the extinction of wild Arabica coffee (Coffea arabica) well before the end of this century. Wild Arabica is considered important for the sustainability of the coffee industry due to its considerable genetic diversity.
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Sri Lanka island country in South Asia know most its as world famous tourist destination or for its Tea and Cinnamon not for coffee.
This is the forgotten History of Sri Lanka coffee.
No one knows wen coffee first cam to Sri Lanka. It was most likely introduced by Arabs. History say in old day coffee leaves was used to flavored curries berries were ignored.
Dutch in 16th century are the 1st to attempted to cultivate Coffee. Dutch were mo…Continue
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“There are no specialty coffees, only extraordinary people who produce excellent coffees.”
- Marino Yanapa, CECOVASA
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Ethiopia, cradle of mankind and birthplace of coffee, was this year host…Continue
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By Alister Doyle, Reuters
African farmers are finding new ways to cope with droughts, erosion and other ravages of climate change but need to develop even more techniques to thrive in an increasingly uncertain environment.
Smallholders have started to plant more drought-resistant and…Continue
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Its certification week in Kyagalanyi , we shall be undergoing external inspections for both Utz and Rainforest, under IMO,Its pretty hard working with Group certification especially interpretation of standards but lets hop e all things will go well, am happy to have joined the network.