Seven New Wild Coffee Speceis Found in Madagascar
Posted on 12/25/2009 2:26 PM
Joined: November 28, 2009
Seven New Wild Coffee Species Found in Madagascar
The world?s largest coffee bean. Coffea ambongensis photographed (left) with a bean of Arabica coffee (right)
The discovery, in Madagascar, is good news for coffee drinkers as climate change and habitat loss is threatening an estimated 70% of global crops. Dr Aaron Davies, of the Royal Botanic Gardens, said the coffee trade could "future-proof the industry" by working with botanists.
Other discoveries include 200 yam plants in South Africa which are known locally for curing cancer.
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