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by lawrence mallach
on March 14, 2015 at 11:05 AM
This exact process has been going on in Guatemala for decades. A "eureka moment" - really!
by Laxman Pangeni
on August 10, 2019 at 9:58 PM
Dear sir  
. I'm planning to farming Avacado plant in Asian country Nepal.It will be very helpful to me if you Advice me about the climate which is suitable for coffee is suitable for Avacado cause that land is best known land for coffee grown abd no one has ever plant avacado on that land.  
Thank you
by Ben Faber
on August 12, 2019 at 8:38 AM
So it turns out that coffee and avocados can be grown in similar environments. Neither do well with freezing temperatures as many deciduous trees enjoy. Both avocado and coffee are perennial evergreens and want conditions that are not too hot and not too cold. In the case of better quality coffees and the Mexican and Guatemalan avocado races (Hass in a Mexican X Guatemalan cross) they dont like high humidity. So higher elevation coffee growing areas in Costa Rica and Colombia, Kenya,are also great growing areas for Hass. They also like similar neutral soil conditions and good quality water. Avocado is a bigger plant and can shade coffee. In some cases this can be good. They do have different cultural requirements and those need to be considered before interplanting them.
 
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