27 May '16, 5pm

Is global warming and rising temperatures affecting where some of the best coffee in the world is grown?

And hotter temperatures bring on other challenges, like “roya ”, or leaf rust, a devastating disease that thrives in hotter temperatures and can wipe out entire crops. The article mentions that many countries are taking steps to combat the issues that come with hotter temperatures, including experimenting with new coffee hybrids. It also posits that some parts of the world that have traditionally grown robusta—including Vietnam, India, and Uganda—may see a push towards growing arabica in the future.

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