Coffee cultivation is a long and complicated process, and is often difficult to obtain a rich harvest. Coffee beans plants are used in the actual process of making coffee. Coffee plants are grown widely in many parts of the world. The plant is cultivated in over 17 countries, including Indonesia and Brazil are two of the largest producers of coffee in the world. Plants are often grown in the area between the Tropic of Cancer and Tropic of Capricorn. Other areas used for coffee include Africa, Central America and India.
Plants are grown worldwide, a process similar in each country, but extremely complex. There are two species of coffee plants, known as Arabica and Robusta. They are small trees, evergreen, cultivation taking place on the plantations. The process of growing plants can mean intensive labor, but the amount of work required depends usually on the growing method used. This makes the cultivation of coffee to be more suitable for developing nations located around the equatorial regions of the world. Equatorial climate is most suitable for growing coffee. Typically, coffee plants require temperatures ranging from 15 to 24 degrees without severe fluctuations.
And those who do this are very passionate about this field of work, and they want to produce the best quality coffee.