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Tip #1 - Buy high quality coffee beans, they can be your first infusion. Tip #2 - Study the climate and soil so you know which type of plant will grow best in that area. Tip#3 - Research different farming methods that would work best for you based on the study done on Tip#2. Tip#4- Find buyers who are willing to buy your coffee at a fair price determined by both buyer and seller using requests for quotes (RFQ). Tip #5- Commit to long term plantation where changes take time but provide worthwhile cost benefits in the end. This includes things like disaster prevention plans, proper maintenance plans, incentives to employees, promotional strategies, production capacity building strategies.
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