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Thank you for your help.Appreciated.So what about from your experience for growing coffee?
Not sure what you mean when saying 'pest'. If you mean the coffee berry borer destroying the coffee beans, check this video out:
Regarding 'wet processing' just search youttube.com and you will see many video clips of small & large setups. It depends much of the quantity of coffee cherries you intend to process. Simple primitive methods to expensive big machinery can be found around the world.
If you have a specific problem best to describe it in detail.
I'm from the Northern Thailand.Well known for the coffee growing area in Thailand.You might have heard the Brand called: Doi Chang coffee. yep that where i'm born and where my family also grown coffee in the same area.Just wondering is anyone could give me some tips for the wet process what would be the best solution for doing it?I know a bit of it.Want to know more about it.And how to protect the coffee from the pest?please feel free to leave comments.
Hi, my farm is in the Providencia mountains of the Dota county, in the Tarrazu coffee region of Costa Rica. We are at a solid 6,000 feet of altitude.
I have 13 acres in production and 17 acres that will start producing in 2013. The new farm is half Caturra and half Villalobos.
All the coffee we produce is sold roasted and packaged under our own brand, Down to Earth.
Great to be in touch!
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