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Originally posted by Darkblade71
To much expresso will do that to ya...
*watches car drive away*
Ok, everyone calm down...come back in....
I wonder what he was supposed to give a presentation on?
Anger management maybe? loledit on 6-7-2013 by Darkblade71 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Mindless1980
Well, it has been great visiting with you guys, but I have to run.
I'll stop in again next time I'm over this way. Have a great day.
Please make sure that doctor person gets this money for my coffee order:
Oops! How did I get in this clothing store?! I must be hallucinating!edit on 7/6/2013 by Mindless1980 because: where am I?
Whilst this may not sound the most savory of developments the reality is it could well prove essential – this is because many coffee historians believe that most of the world’s Arabica crop shares close genetic ancestry with two 18th century coffee plants, one brought to Europe from Indonesia (Probably by Dutch traders) and the other taken from Yemen and cultivated in Brazil (Potentially by Portuguese traders).
That is the simple reason why coffee industry experts favour expanding the varieties of coffee being cultivated by cross breeding plants to strengthen them – this is a relatively simple process and one which is underway in for example Rwanda.
Robusta and Arabica are genetically different and this genetic variance is scientifically identifiable. But when it comes to Arabica, there is little variance… other than Rwanda which sits as an unusual ‘new breed’ case in point.
Originally posted by sled735
DarkBlade, I saw this and was reminded of you.