Technical manual coffee cultivation Sharing experiences of Dairi Regency, North Sumatra Province Chandra Wirawan Arief, Engine Tarin, Ramainim Saragih, Fazrin Rahmadani; editor: Iwan Vitello, Fachruddin Mangunjaya
Jakarta: Indonesian CI 2011 viii, 59 pages
Conservation Coffee is coffee cultivation and gardening environmentally friendly, do not open forest / woodland especially in the rugged region, and the open garden areas planted in between the coffee plants with shade tree species suitable and economic value, thus giving the value added to the income of farmers. On the other hand, planting crops between the coffee plants can also prevent from sunlight and moisture directly so that the growth and productivity of coffee for the better.
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This guide shows practical eco-friendly coffee cultivation with application of organic and agroforestry systems provide added value both to farmers and lingkungan.Pendahuluan Coffee plant is an export commodity that was encouraging because has a relatively high economic value in the world market, in addition The coffee plant is one of the leading commodity developed in Java West.
Arabica coffee plant type this sat has high economic value compared to Robusta which in 1990 the price of Arabica coffee 1.85 U $ D / Kg, whereas Robusta 0.83 U $ D / Kg. Factors influencing the decline in the market price of Robusta coffee the world include: 1 The scarcity of supply of Arabica coffee types. 2. Robusta coffee experience over supply.
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