Coffea arabica

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shrubby tree of northeastern tropical Africa widely cultivated in tropical or near tropical regions for its seed which form most of the commercial coffee

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In the irrigated treatment, fertigation was performed weekly, while in the non-irrigated treatment, the fertilizers were applied on the soil surface under the coffee plant canopy and the total amount was partitioned over five application times within one year (September, November, January, March and June).
The coffee plant shares a botanical family with the gardenia flower, and while there are thousands of different species of coffee, only two are commercially significant: arabica and canephora.
Proprietary, patented, antioxidant activity products derived from the whole fruit of the coffee plant, Coffea Arabica.
A quadratic model was adopted because, as indicated by experimental data, height growth rate of coffee plant is higher during the first years after planting and tends to decrease over time.
The scientists who completed the project say the sequences and positions of genes in the coffee plant show that they evolved independently from genes with similar functions in tea and chocolate, which also make caffeine.
Swiss food group Nestle SA (VTX:NESN) is investing EUR44m on new technology for a coffee plant in Spain, the company announced today.
Typically, the nectar in the flower of a coffee plant contains almost as much caffeine as a cup of instant coffee.
The group, which announced a PS500 million UK investment programme last year, said it would recruit 300 new staff this year as part of the plans to expand its Nescafe coffee plant in Tutbury in south Derbyshire.
It will cover the value of the coffee plant but such value will depend on whether the plant is old or new.
45 Bangor A brewed beverage from the roasted seeds of the coffee plant cultivated in more than 70 countries, green (unroasted) coffee is one of the most traded commodities in the world.
A Dutch merchant managed to take a coffee plant from Makkah and experiment with this in Indonesia, then a colony of the Netherlands.
Down the M40 in Banbury, our site is the largest instant coffee plant in the Kraft Foods network and produces more than 90 million jars of Kenco instant coffee per year.
The firm unveiled plans to shut its Nescafe coffee plant at Hayes, Middlesex, in 2014, with the loss of 230 jobs.
The fruit of the world-renowned coffee plant that surrounds, protects and nourishes the coffee bean, KonaRed is the new powerful superfruit product that hails from Hawaii.