A coffee tree can produce up to 30 kg of coffee beans. You can harvest a coffee tree up to three times a year.
Coffee trees yield an average of 2 to 4 kilos of cherries and a good picker can harvest 45 to 90 kilos of coffee cherry per day; this will produce nine to 18 kilos of coffee beans.
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There is typically one major harvest a year. In countries like Colombia, where there are two flowerings annually, there is a main and secondary crop.
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