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This is a semi-dwarf natural genetic variation of Bourbon coffee first discovered in the village of Villa Sarchi in western Costa Rica in 1920. Highly susceptible to the Coffee Leaf Rust and American Leaf Spot diseases. Medium sized leaves, strong root system, branch spacing in the main stem is very narrow. Late and uniform cherry ripening. Round, medium-small size beans. Medium yield.

Características Morfológicas

Short stature, compact plant
Wide, elliptic shaped leaves
Branch-bud spacing is very close
Medium-small sized, round-shaped beans, about the same size or slightly smaller than Bourbon beans
Very susceptible to American Leaf Spot disease
Wide, elliptic shaped leaves