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

Appearance

Agronomics

information Year of First Production Year Four
information Nutrition Requirement Low
information Ripening of Fruit Average
information Cherry-to-Green-Bean Outturn Very High
information Planting Density 3000-4000 (using single stem pruning)
Additional Agronomic Information

Due to the low productivity of Maragogipe, Pacamara is considered a better option. Maragogype beans are especially large, and the plant also has unusually large spacing between internodes and leaf size.

Genetics

information Lineage A natural mutation of Typica
information Genetic Description Bourbon-Typica Group (Typica-related)
History

A natural mutation of Typica discovered in Brazil in 1870. The mutation causes the beans, internode spacing and leaves to be especially large and is due to a single dominant gene.

Availability

information Breeder None
information Intellectual Property Rights This plant is in the public domain

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