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Published by Tanganyika Coffee Board in [Moshi, Tanzania] .
Written in English



  • Tanzania.


  • Coffee -- Tanzania.

Book details:

Edition Notes

ContributionsSanders, F. R., Coffee Research Station, Lyamungu.
LC ClassificationsSB270.T3 R6 1964
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 182 p.
Number of Pages182
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5485949M
LC Control Number73295185

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TABLE OF CONTENTS PREFACE 1 CHAPTER 1. ARABICA COFFEE GROWING IN UGANDA 3 Background 3 Government policy and strategy for the coffee sub-sector 3 Characteristics of Arabica Coffee and its importance 4 Arabica Coffee growing zones in Uganda 4 Arabica Coffee varieties in Uganda 4 Objectives of the Handbook 6 CHAPTER 2. ARABICA COFFEE AGRO . COFFEE HANDBOOK (2nd Edition) June COFFEE INDUSTRY CORPORATION P O BOX GOROKA ARABICA COFFEE VARIETIES 5 Arusha (from Tanganyika drought resistant) 6 Caturra Red 7 Mundo Novo 7 Catimor 7 ROBUSTA COFFEE VARIETIES 8 Besouki 8 Omuru 1 8 Section 4 COFFEE NURSERY MANAGEMENT 1. Book includes the SCA standard for washed arabica specialty coffee as well as standard classification such as sample weights, table of defect equivalents, moisture content, water activity standard, bean size, defect classification, flavor characteristics, and roasted coffee quaker count standard. SCA Handbook Series: The Washed Arabica Green Coffee Defect Guide, Edition 3. This handy spiral bound book is ideal for field use when trying to detect . The green coffee classification standard provided by the SCAA is an excellent method to classify coffees. Speciality Grade (1): Not more than 5 full defects in grams of coffee.

Coffee handbook launched THE Coffee Industry Corporation has launched a revised edition of the PNG Coffee handbook to further enhance the growth of especially the Arabica species and to correct inaccuracies identified in the edition. Septem Arabica Arabica coffee production in Zaire is confined to the higher altitude areas of the country west of Lakes Tanganyika, Kivu, Edward, and Albert. Although there are several indigenous coffee species in the area, none are cultivated. Coffea Arabica is a species of coffea originally indigenous to the mountains of Yemen in the Arabian Peninsula, hence its name, and also from the southwestern highlands of Ethiopia and southeastern Sudan. It is also known as the “coffee shrub of Arabia”, “mountain coffee” or “arabica coffee”. The average arabica coffee plant is a massive bush with dark-green oval leaves. The fruits are also oval and contain two flat seeds. Arabica coffee represents about 70% of total world production. Robusta coffee (Coffea canephora) produces beans which are generally blended with arabica to increase the flavour and body of the resulting coffee.

Coffee Handbook: Manual for Arabica Cultivation, PPP Project "Improvement of Coffee Quality and Sustainability off Coffee Production in Vietnam" Lokker, B. (). History/origin of coffee. industry research standards the handbook is a must have for those who wish to perfect brewing techniques' 'Coffee books Coffee Training Centre April 29th, - The SCAA Arabica Green Coffee Defect Handbook is an excellent companion to the SCAA Green Arabica Defect Poster It covers. A sturdy, spiral-bound visual field guide to defects in Arabica green coffee beans. The book incorporates the SCA standard for washed Arabica specialty coffee and standard classifications, and encompasses the specification of defects, their causes, remedies, and effects on cup quality. Coffee is the seed of the fruit that grows on coffee trees (coffea). Coffee trees grow near the equatorial belt, and are divided into two main categories – Arabica, and Robusta. The vast majority of specialty coffee is Arabica. Metropolis purchases only Arabica coffee. In the Arabica .