Costa Rica: Coffee Annual

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   CS2023-0004

FAS/San José is projecting a small marketing year 2023/24 production increase to 1.44 million 60-kilogram bags, based on positive initial flowering, expected appropriate fertilization levels, and better overall condition of farms. Costa Rica’s coffee production rebounded in marketing year 2022/23, climbing almost 15 percent to 1.41 million 60-kilogram bags as improved plantation management helped reduce fungal damage just one year after fungal diseases contributed to the lowest production level in 50 years.

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