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Anacafe 14

Catimor

Very high yielding variety, with rust resistance and good quality at elevations above 1300 meters. Variety not uniform.

Batian 1

Batian

A tall variety that combines high yields, tolerance to coffee leaf rust, resistance to coffee berry disease, and good cup quality.

Bourbon 1

Bourbon

One of the most culturally and genetically important C. arabica varieties in the world, known for excellent quality in the cup at the highest altitudes.

Bourbon Mayaguez 139 1

Bourbon Mayaguez 139

BM139

Vigorous and highly productive tall variety with very good cup quality. Found commonly in Rwanda and Burundi.

Bourbon Mayaguez 71 1

Bourbon Mayaguez 71

BM71

Moderate yield, good cup potential, and susceptible to major diseases. Adapted for medium altitudes. Found commonly in Rwanda and Burundi.

Ojas 2

Caripe

Criollo Cogollo Verde

Very good cup quality with large beans. An important regional variety in Monagas state in northeastern Venezuela.

Casiopea 1

Casiopea

High yielding variety, with exceptional quality at elevations above 1300 meters.

Catimor 129 1

Catimor 129

Cat129, Nyika

High yielding/Dwarf/Compact variety resistant to coffee leaf rust and coffee berry disease. Found commonly in Malawi, Zambia, and Zimbabwe.

Catisic

Catimor

Adapted to warmest zones and acidic soils. High yielding.

Catuai 1

Catuai

A compact plant with high yielding potential of standard quality in Central America. Very high susceptibility to coffee leaf rust.

Caturra 1

Caturra

A compact plant with good yielding potential of standard quality in Central America. Very high susceptibility to coffee leaf rust.

Centroamericano 1

Centroamericano

H1

Very high yielding with very good quality potential if planted in healthy soil and at elevations >1300 meters, with resistance to rust. Well-adapted for agroforestry.

Costa Rica 95 1

Costa Rica 95

Catimor

High yielding variety adapted to warmest zones and acidic soils.

Cuscatleco 1

Cuscatleco

Sarchimor

Well-adapted to medium altitudes. Resistant to coffee leaf rust and some nematodes.

Esperanza 1

Esperanza

L4 A5

Variety with very high productivity, tolerance to rust, and very good quality. Excellent adaptation to humid environments.

Evaluna

EC18

Very high yielding variety at elevations at high altitudes.

Fronton

Catimor

Early production and high yielding plant resistant to coffee leaf rust. Well-adapted to low and medium altitudes. Found primarily in Puerto Rico.

Geisha 1

Geisha (Panama)

Gesha

Panamanian Geisha has exceptionally high quality at high altitudes. The term "Geisha" is often applied to other coffees that do not share the distinct genetics of Panamanian Geisha. Geisha is also cultivated widely in Malawi.

H3 1

H3

High yielding variety, with very good quality at elevations above 1300 meters.

Harrar Rwanda 1

Harar Rwanda

Harar or Harraghe

High yielding with very good cup quality potential, but susceptible to the major diseases and prone to die back. This is the Harar variety sometimes found in Rwanda (no longer recommended by Rwandan coffee authorities because of its short productive life).

IAPAR 59 1

IAPAR 59

Sarchimor

High yielding plant adapted to medium altitudes. Resistant to coffee leaf rust and some nematodes.

IHCAFE 90 2

IHCAFE 90

Catimor

High yielding plant adapted to lowest altitudes. Requires high fertilization.

Jackson 2 1257

Jackson 2/1257

Jackson

Very vigorous and highly productive. Found commonly in Rwanda and Burundi.

Java

Java

High quality in Central America. Tolerant to major diseases, with low fertilizer requirement. Good choice for smallholder farmers.

K7 1

K7

Tolerant to coffee leaf rust and coffee berry disease. Found primarily in Kenya and Tanzania.

KP423

Tolerant of drought and coffee leaf rust but highly susceptible to coffee berry disease. Found mostly in Uganda.

Lempira 1

Lempira

Catimor

High yielding variety adapted to warmest zones and acidic soils.

Limani

Sarchimor

An elusive Puerto Rican variety.

Maragogipe 1

Maragogipe

Good to very good cup quality in Central America, but highly susceptible to rust. Very low yielding, large leaves and large internodes.

Marsellesa 1

Marsellesa

Sarchimor

High yielding plant adapted to medium altitudes. Notably high acidity in the cup.

Mibirizi 1

Mibirizi

Exceptional cup quality and drought tolerant, but highly susceptible to major diseases. Important variety for smallholder coffee growers in Rwanda and Burundi.

Milenio 1

Milenio

H10

Very high-yielding variety, with rust resistance and good quality at elevations above 1300 meters. Variety not uniform.

Monte Claro 1

Monte Claro

Ombligon, Lechocita

Compact variety with very good cup quality and large beans, tolerance to coffee leaf rust and nematodes, and high yield potential. An important regional variety in Venezuela.

Mundo Maya 2

Mundo Maya

EC16

Very high yielding variety if planted in healthy soil, with very good quality at elevations above 1300 meters. Well-adapted to agroforestery conditions.

Mundo Novo 1

Mundo Novo

A vigorous and productive plant with good quality cup but susceptible to major diseases. Grown widely in South America, but rarely in Central America and the Caribbean.

Nayarita

EC19

High yielding variety at high altitudes with very good cup quality.

Nemaya (Coffea canephora)

Rootstock

A Robusta variety used for rootstock grafting because of its high resistance to nematodes. Arabica plants (any variety) can be grafted onto Nemaya roostock to make the plant resistant to nematodes.

Nyasaland

Bugisu local, Nyasa

Good cup quality, but susceptible to major diseases. Preferred by smallholder farmers in Uganda.

Obata Rojo 1

Obata (Red)

Sarchimor

A high yielding, rust-resistant Brazilian variety recently introduced to Costa Rica.

Oro Azteca

Catimor

Adapted to warmest zones and acidic soils. High yielding.

Pacamara 1

Pacamara 

Capable of producing exceptional cup quality. Very high susceptibility to coffee leaf rust. Variety not uniform; plants are not stable from one generation to the next.

Pacas

Standard quality in Central America. Very high susceptibility to coffee leaf rust.

Pache

A compact plant with medium yield and good quality, but highly susceptible to major diseases.

Parainema 1

Parainema

Sarchimor

Well-adapted to medium altitudes, resistant to coffee leaf rust and some nematodes.

Pop3303 21 1

Pop3303/21

High yielding with tolerance to drought, coffee leaf rust, and coffee berry disease. Adapted to a wide range of ecosystems. Found mostly in Rwanda.

RAB C15 1

RAB C15

High yielding tall variety resistant to rust and coffee berry disease recently released in Rwanda.

Ruiru 11 1

Ruiru 11

High-yielding, Dwarf/Compact hybrid tolerant to coffee leaf rust and resistant to coffee berry disease (CBD). Released in Kenya.

SL14

A high-yielding tall variety with drought and cold tolerance. Found mostly in Kenya and Uganda.

SL28 3

SL28

Drought tolerant and very good cup quality potential, but susceptible to major diseases. Found commonly in Kenya, Malawi, Uganda, Zimbabwe.

SL34 1

SL34

Exceptional cup quality but highly susceptible to coffee berry disease. Found mostly in Kenya.

Starmaya 4

Starmaya

High yielding plant adapted to medium altitudes. Notably high acidity in the cup. The first coffee F1 hybrid propagated by seed.

T5175 1

T5175

Catimor

High-yielding plant adapted to lowest altitudes. Requires high fertilization. Variety not uniform.

T5296

Sarchimor

Well-adapted to medium altitudes. Variety not uniform.

T8667

Catimor

High-yielding variety, resistant to rust, and adapted to warmest zones and acidic soils.

Tekisic 1

Tekisic

Improved Bourbon

A variety selected in El Salvador, and known for very good cup quality in the highest altitudes.

Typica 1

Typica

One of the most culturally and genetically important C. arabica coffees in the world, with high quality in Central America. Very high susceptibility to coffee leaf rust, well-adapted to the coldest conditions.

Venecia

Very high susceptibility to coffee leaf rust. Well-adapted to rainy zones due to late harvest during dry season.

Villa Sarchi 1

Villa Sarchi

Well-adpated to highest altitude conditions and tolerant of strong winds.

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