Coffee Trees Can Be Good For the Environment


Rogers Family Coffee companies shade grown coffee requires little or no chemical fertilizers, pesticides or herbicides especially with the Terra Preta Organic Fertilizer methods used on the Rogers Family Coffee Farms.  But did you know that shade coffee trees also absorb carbon dioxide which causes global warming.  When a coffee tree is photosynthesizing, tiny pores on the surface of the leaves are open, to take in carbon dioxide.  They also take in a variety of other gases, including some that are serious air pollutants, such as ozone and nitric oxide.

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