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World Coffee Research
Arabica Varieties Catalogue

Living Document

There are dozens of widely cultivated Arabica coffee varieties around the world, and each is unique in its performance and adaptation to local conditions. This catalog brings urgently needed information to coffee farmers to help them decide which coffee is best for their situation.

 

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Australian Subtropical Coffee Association
Coffee Grower's Manual

2014

The definitive coffee growing manual for Australian conditions.  Contains best practices and possible pitfalls of growing coffee in the subtropical climate along Australia’s eastern seaboard. Uses expert knowledge of lead author David Peasely plus the practical experiences of various coffee farming contributors.

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AgriFuture's Strategic RD&E Plan for the Australian Coffee Industry

2021

 

AgriFuture's strategic RD&E plan detailing specific recommendations for future investment to support the long-term growth and competitive advantage of the Australian coffee industry.

 

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Cafe Imports
The Coffee Family Tree

2019

The fourth edition of the Cafe Imports Coffee Family Tree is a massive collaborative effort that was intended not only to improve on the previous versions of the tree in terms of design, but also to provide more comprehensive and usable information about coffee varieties, genetics, and history, all on one beautiful poster.

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The Effect of Coffee Cherry Maturity on Taste

2010

 

Each stage of coffee cherry maturity affects taste of the final product. Developing appropriate harvesting management strategies can help optimise coffee flavour. Peasley (2010).

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Developing Irrigation Strategies for Gowing Sub-Tropical Coffee

2003

 

Rainfall variability makes sub-tropical coffee susceptible to over bearing and subsequent die back. An appropriate irrigation plan can assist achieve high quality production with minimum environmental impact.

Peasley & Rolfe (2003).

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Nutrition Strategies for Growing Sub-Tropical Coffee

2002

 

This project investigated the optimum fertiliser regime for the growth and production of Arabica coffee grown under Australian sub-tropical conditions.

Bayley et al. (2010).

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Subtropical Coffee Conference & Industry Strategy 2010 - 2014

2010

This project, led by David Peasley, provided the blueprint for the future development of the Australian subtropical coffee industry between 2010 - 2014.

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Australian Coffee Biosecurity Brochure

2018

 

Information on biosecurity measures for coffee growers, green bean importers, roasters and visitors to Australian coffee farms.

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