CQC 1.02 Quakers

Coffee fruits develop over the approximately 35 weeks after flowering (Cannell,1985). The sign of coffee cherries reaching maturity is their change from green to red (and, sometimes, pink, yellow or orange.) The colour change is the result of the loss of chlorophyll from the pericarp (skin), which is replaced by flavonoid pigments as the beans […]
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