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Coffee break in Addis Ababa

Earlier this month, we were delighted to participate in the 15th African Fine Coffees Conference & Exhibition in Addis Ababa. It was a time to listen and learn and share. We were delighted with the opportunity to meet and talk with many farmers and agri-professionals from around the region, and also, present our Smart Irrigation and NutrigationTM solutions for coffee farmers in Africa. More than 200 guests from Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, DRC, etc. came to visit our booth and … Full article click here >>

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At the root of the finest coffee is drip

Every time you see someone enjoying a great cup of coffee, just think that a dedicated farmer overcame significant challenges to grow the beans that provide such distinctive flavor and quality. For centuries, coffee growers have struggled with the high sensitivity of coffee cultivation in time of water scarcity or, on the other hand, the problems of water logging and nutrient leaching in wet seasons. Farmers must contend with a shallow active root system of most coffee plants which makes … Full article click here >>

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Drippers and the Cup of Joe – a Love Story

By Ami Charitan, Prennial Crops – Chief Agronomist at Netafim Agriculture Department Once roasted, all coffee beans look pretty much the same. But did you know that there are literally dozens of varieties of coffee beans? When it comes to your daily cup of coffee however there are only 2 varieties, Arabica and Robusta. They are the two primary types of coffee cultivated for drinking. What’s the difference between the two? The two varieties differ in price, growing conditions and … Full article click here >>

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