le café qui dans le panier est près pour fermanter avant , passé deans le processus de lavage ça va prendre 24 h de temps pour que le misilaj soit bien fermanté ( fermantation sèk.
Hier nous etions a morne Michel pour LA distribution des plantules du café qui sont à 2nd dans le but de renforcer la production du café ,et aussi les cerises commence a change de couleur.
Vizit bwajoli ak Mon Michel Kafe yo komanse mi nou bezwen prepare Pou rekot LA anpil Bel Kafe mi , Bel pwogrè AK Zanmi Kafe ekip LA ap travay e nap bay rezilta
Echantillonnage de 10 pieds de cafe chez jean nelson pour savoir combien de cerise que possede 1 pied de cafe et combien de mamit on peut trouver et aussi LA visited sur chocogout , chez quelques fermiers ça marche bien
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