As the coffee tree grows older, it requires a larger supply of fertilizer.
The coffee tree was introduced into the state of Rio de Janeiro in 1770.
The coffee tree is a native of the tropical parts of Africa, in Abyssinia and the interior.
Some attention has been given to the cultivation of the coffee tree.
The natives of Sumatra neglect the fruit of the coffee tree and use the leaves to make a tea-like infusion.
The boar's chest struck against the coffee tree and slightly bent it on one side.
Honey locust, coffee tree, and black locust are also very similar in appearance.
The nearest place to Sana where the coffee tree grows, is at Arfish, half a day distant.
The coffee tree can be propagated in a way other than by seeds.
Lime is an useful application, especially to stiff soils, as the coffee tree contains 60 parts of lime.