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Coffee Farm Kid Diego at Idma Peru

Diego is a coffee farm kid was living at Idma coffee region of La Convencion at the time I visited. He is not a coffee farm worker. Diego likes photography and was very curious about my camera. Moreover, this coffee farm is full of Typica coffee plants. Surrounded by a river this farm has very steep slopes which makes it very slippery to walk around.

Diego coffee farm kid from Idma Cusco, Peru

Coffee farming is a fascinating and intricate process that requires skill and dedication. In addition, the coffee plant is typically grown in regions with mild temperatures, fertile soil, and plenty of rainfall. The most common types of coffee plants are Arabica and Robusta. Arabica plants tend to produce higher-quality coffee beans, while Robusta plants are more robust and resistant to pests and disease.

Once the coffee plants are mature enough, they produce white, fragrant flowers that eventually give way to green berries. These berries ripen over several months, turning red, marking their readiness for harvest. The harvest season typically lasts a few months, demanding meticulous attention to select only the ripest berries. Overall, this labor-intensive process, often conducted by hand, relies on a skilled eye to identify the perfect berries.

Coffee farm intricate process

Coffee farming is a fascinating and intricate process that requires skill and dedication. As a result, the coffee plant is typically grown in regions with mild temperatures, fertile soil, and plenty of rainfall. The most common types of coffee plants are Arabica and Robusta. Arabica plants tend to produce higher-quality coffee beans, while Robusta plants are more robust and resistant to pests and disease.

Once the coffee plants are mature enough, they produce white, fragrant flowers that eventually give way to green berries. These berries ripen over several months, turning red, marking their readiness for harvest. The harvest season typically lasts a few months, demanding meticulous attention to select only the ripest berries. Overall, this labor-intensive process, often conducted by hand, relies on a skilled eye to identify the perfect berries.

coffee farm kid Diego from Idma farm
Diego and cocotu at coffee farm

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