High yielding variety adapted to warmest zones and acidic soils.



information Year of First Production Year Three
information Nutrition Requirement High
information Ripening of Fruit Average
information Cherry-to-Green-Bean Outturn Average
information Planting Density 5000-6000 a/ha (using single-stem pruning)
Additional Agronomic Information

Recently, Costa Rica 95 has been confirmed through scientific evaluation to be susceptible to coffee leaf rust in Costa Rica and maybe possibly also be susceptible in other areas of Central America. Susceptible to Ojo de Gallo. Recommended for acidic soils and soils rich in aluminum. Recommended for warmest zones.


information Lineage Timor Hybrid 832/1 x Caturra
information Genetic Description Introgressed (Catimor)

A cross between Timor Hybrid 832/1 and Caturra. Pedigree selection (selection of individual plants through successive generations) made by the Instituto del Café de Costa Rica (ICAFE).

For more background on the history of the Catimor group of coffees, see T8667.


information Breeder Instituto del Café de Costa Rica (ICAFE)

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