A new study finds that coffee pulp, a waste product of coffee production, can be used to speed up tropical forest recovery on post agricultural land. The findings are published in the British Ecological Society journal Ecological Solutions and Evidence. In th…
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  • Apr 17, 2021

Forests on Caffeine: Coffee Waste Can Boost Tropical Forest Recovery - SciTechDaily

The recovering forest 3 years after coffee pulp was applied to the area. Credit: Rebecca Cole. A new study finds that coffee pulp, a waste product of coffee production, can be used to speed up tropi… [+4577 chars]

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