Monsoon Impact On Coffee


Heavy rains in July and August in coffee producing states of Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu is estimated to cut coffee crop size by 10 per cent.Coffee Board’s post-blossom estimate for 2021-22 pegs output at 369,000 tonnes, of which 260,700 tonnes would be the robusta variety. In 2020-21, India produced 334,000 tonnes of coffee.
Heavy rains are likely to impact coffee production this year. As of now our estimate is that there may be a 10 per cent drop in coffee crop,” said Jeffry Rebello, chairman, UPASI (United Planter’s Association of Southern India) coffee committee.Though production may decline, this year could turn out to be a good year for Indian coffee exports as prices have gone up in the global markets.

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Source: Economic Timed

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