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Coffee: Harvesting And Processing For Top Quality Coffee

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Title: Coffee: Harvesting And Processing For Top Quality Coffee
Authors: Goto, Y Baron
Fukunaga, Edward T.
Keywords: Hawaii
Coffea arabica
coffee beans
processing technology
Issue Date: Nov 1986
Publisher: Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Hawaii
Citation: Goto YB, Fukunaga ET. 1986. Coffee: harvesting and processing for top quality coffee. Honolulu (HI): Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Hawaii. 15 p. (Extension Circular; 359 - revised)
Series/Report no.: Extension Circular
No. 359 (Revised)
Abstract: In this circular the authors hope to indicate some of the more important factors for consideration in harvesting and processing methods aimed at a high quality product. This circular will discuss harvesting and processing, up to but not including roasting, step by step. Principle recommendations: harvest at the proper stage of ripeness, and maintain quality through proper processing methods executed as rapidly as possible.
Pages/Duration: 15 pages
Appears in Collections:Extension Circular

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