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Suitable climate for coffee cultivation

Suitable climate for coffee cultivation

लेखक - Surendra Kumar Chaudhari | 19/4/2020

Coffee in our country is mainly produced in the states of Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu. In many places it is also known as Kahwa. Once planted, coffee plants can be harvested for many years. According to a report, the demand for coffee produced in India is highest in the world due to its superior quality. See information about suitable climate, soil, irrigation etc. for good production of coffee from here.

  • For good coffee production, loamy soil rich in organic matter is best.

  • Along with this, it can also be cultivated in the lava soil emanating from the volcano.

  • Less dry and humid weather is good for its cultivation.

  • Good crops shady place is considered most suitable.

  • Plant growth stops in cold weather.

  • Coffee plants can tolerate temperatures ranging from a minimum of 15 degrees to a maximum of 30 degrees.

  • Irrigation should be done once a week in summer.

  • Irrigation should be done at an interval of 10 to 15 days in cold season.

  • Plants start yielding 5 to 6 months after flowering.

  • Neem oil or neem decoction should be sprayed to avoid common pests and diseases.

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