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ISBN: 1236616022 / ISBN-13: 9781236616029

All about Coffee

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Excerpt: ...the number 425, with date August 22, 1871, first use 1870, and is in the name of Butler, Earhart & Co., Columbus, Ohio. The words ... Show synopsis

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  • All about Coffee (Rarebooksclub.com) – Trade paperback (2012)
    by William Harrison Ukers

    All about Coffee

    Trade paperback, Rarebooksclub.com
    2012
    English
    446 pages

    ISBN: 1236616022
    ISBN-13: 9781236616029

    This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1922 edition. Excerpt: ... next coffee mark was registered by Butler, Earhart & Co., October 3, 1871, number 455, first use, 1870. It consists of the word "Buckeye" with a branch of the buckeye (horse-chestnut) tree. The next registration for coffee was in the name of John Ashcroft of Brooklyn. It is numbered 533, and the date is ... Show more

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John W Ford

All About Coffee

by John W Ford on Mar 1, 2012

Very detailed history of coffee and includes principal growing areas of the world. An intersting section on per capita consumption of coffee by country. Production agrinomics sparse (herbicides, insecticides, soil fertility, irrigation, soil amendments, desirable soil pH, etc), however the book does cover propagation techniques. I consider All About Coffee the most comprehensive reference source for coffee producers that I have ever found.

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