close

Behind the Cup |November 20, 2013

Grafting Coffee - Root Science

In this short educational video, Tom Greenwell narrates as employee Riley demonstrates the specific steps involved in grafting coffee, as practiced at Greenwell Farms. He also describes the reasons they graft coffee and how the use of it can help to combat nematodes in the soil.

Greenwell Farms is a coffee farming and processing company in the heart of Kona on the Big Island of Hawaii. Their primary goal is to provide coffee lovers around the world a unique coffee experience. They asked Mahi’ai Creative and Gum Design to produce this video in the hope that if you ever come to the Big Island, you will stop in and say hello, take their coffee tour and enjoy a cup of Kona’s finest. Visit them online at – greenwellfarms.com.

Explore Related Blogs

Autumn in Hawaii

Behind the Cup October 14, 2020

Autumn Season On A Kona Coffee Farm

    The sun is setting earlier and rising later. The birds are starting to migrate to warmer climes.¬† ¬†Somehow the air feels different and...
International Coffee Day

Behind the Cup September 29, 2020

Reflections On International Coffee Day

America celebrates National Coffee Day on Sept 29th and a couple days later the world celebrates International Coffee Day on October 1st.For most people, those...
Coffee and Productivity

Behind the Cup September 2, 2020

No Coffee No Workee

    Labor Day has me thinking about the great variety of workers that make this country run, and more specifically about the role of...
Join Our Newsletter
Thank You!

Thank you for signing up for our newsletter.

Opps!

Something is wrong. Please try again later.