Coffee Planting in Southern India and Ceylon
E. & F. N. Spon, 1877 - 324 páginas
Published by E.C.P. Hull, €Coffee Planting in Southern India and Ceylon includes in-depth descriptions of the trade, culture, climate and cultivation methods of coffee of India and Sri Lanka in the 1870s. The author bases his descriptions and opinions on actual visits to the countries and interviews with coffee farmers, cultivators, traders and drinkers.
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