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Which type of Coffee leaf in India..........................?

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Asked by Madhumita Yadav, 19 Jul '10 03:30 pm
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Kents: Kents is the earliest variety of Arabica, selected by an English planter of the same name during the 1920s. This variety remained popular with the planting community till the 1940s, because it was less susceptible to rust. Today, it is grown in a few areas but it is still known for its exceptional cup quality.

S.795: This is by far the most popular Arabica selection released during the 1940s with high yields, bold beans, superior quality and relative tolerance to leaf rust. This selection was developed using Kents Arabica, known for its high quality. Even today, the S.795 is a favourite with the planters and is a widely cultivated Arabica variety. S.795 has a balanced cup with subtle flavour notes of Mocca.

Cauvery: Popularly known as Catimor, Cauvery is a descendant of a cross between Caturra and Hybrido-de-Timor. Caturra is a natural mutant of the famous Bourbon variety. Thus, Cauvery inherited the high yielding and superior quality attributes of Caturra and the resistan ...more
Answered by Pardeep kapoor, 19 Jul '10 03:36 pm

 
  
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Answered by sumati gayki, 26 Jul '10 01:01 pm

 
  
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