Coffee harvest in Nicaragua shrinks

Farmers estimate a drop for this coffee cycle of between 30% and 50% depending on the zones.

Thursday, January 29, 2009

Elnuevodiario.com.ni reports: "Problems with the ripening of the coffee due to lack of rain have caused a big reduction in the harvest of the grain, which will result in a decrease of between 80 to 100 million dollars, farmers confirmed. Last years harvesting totaled 2 million quintals."

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The Nicaraguan coffee harvest of 2011-2012, has reached the target set by the National Production Plan.

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Despite problems with the current crop harvest, about 2 million quintals of coffee are expected to be picked.

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From the current coffee season, which spans from October 2009 to September 2010, 21% has already been sold.

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"Tomás Bonilla heads the Department of Exports of CSC.

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