WHERE AND HOW GROWS COFFEE:
Coffee grows in tropical climate because both wet air and tropical frequent rainstorms, as well as air temperatures on average above + 20 ° C during a day, but at night it does not drop below 0 ° C are important. Coffee is grown in more than 70 countries. Leading growers are Brazil, Vietnam, Colombia, Indonesia and India which produce 70% of all coffee in the world. Coffee trade is both economically and socially very important in many developing countries. About 25 million people make a living in coffee.
Today, two coffee varieties are mostly grown - Arabica and Robusta. Arabica is the most popular coffee variety in the world due to its delicate and sophisticated nuances of taste while Robusta that has a typical strong, persistent, bitter taste is popular among Espresso coffee lovers. Coffee shrub can grow up to 10 meters in height, but usually in coffee plantations and farms its height is limited to facilitate harvesting. Coffee plant will start harvesting at the age of 2-4, and 400-1500 grams of coffee can be obtained from one shrub.