Event on Coffee Sciences in El Salvador

Producers, technicians and researchers linked to the coffee business at the international level will be meeting in San Salvador from June 6 to 8, to discuss topics such as genetics and climate change.

Thursday, February 8, 2018

"... The second edition of the conclave will take place from June 6 to 8 and this year it is expected that more than 700 attendees will take part from twenty countries, said Carlos Borgonovo, president of the Salvadoran Association of Coffee Roasters and Exporters (Abecafe)."

See also "Central America: Coffee Export Prices Drop 33%"

The Salvadoran Association of Coffee Roasters and Exporters (ABECAFE) is the organizer of the meeting, which has the support of World Coffee Research (WCR) and the Center for Coffee Research and Education. 

Eduardo Palomo, coffee grower and part of the organizing team, explained to Elmundo.sv that "... the event will address issues such as the use of alternative biological organisms and the introduction of irrigation models, such as the design of protocols for irrigation from and utilization of aquifers to establish and fix the flowers."

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