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Topic: and now for something completely different (8 msgs / 152 lines)
1) From: Samuel Gaxiola
Hi Susan: There are two web pages that I know that offer coffee plants
grown and one that offers seeds ready to be planted. Email me off list;
I can give you the web page's address. 
Samuel

2) From: Ben Treichel
Why dont you ask the Rockin Rostso Guy. He's palnting a tree in his JBM 
Barrell. :-D
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3) From: Mike McGinness
JBM stand fo tha smawl coffea growin spate 'bov 3000 feit bein call'd Blue
Mountain thar in Jamaica mon. (Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee greens are
shipped in barrels rather than burlap bags...:-)
MM;-)
Variable Variac Rockin' Rosto Roasting in Vancouver, WA USA
From: "susan oppenheim" 
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4) From: AlChemist John
Sometime around 08:57 10/10/02, susan oppenheim typed:
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I am presently growing 4 coffee plants that I purchased at about 4" 
tall.  It is definitely the way to go.  E-mail me privately if you want to 
know the web address of the supplier.  As for sprouting your own beans, I 
also have around 36 beans planted (thank you Wendy from the list) since 
September.  Moist and wet, but not water logged....and so far, not sprouting.
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John Nanci 
AlChemist at large
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5) From: susan oppenheim
I want to germinate and grow coffee plants.I think they would make
fabulous gifts for the caffe aficionado who has everything.What do I
plant?
green beans?
anyone growing coffee?
From my experience-in Costa Rica when we lived there-they grow within 12
months and in more temperate areas like green mountains.
So looking forward to hearing from you guys..............
Susan O
Toronto
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6) From: Steven Dover

7) From: Charlie Herlihy
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 An interesting way that coffee trees are often propogated in
Oaxaca is by bending a branch of an old tree that looks like
it'll need replacing untill it touches the ground. Then a small
wound is made where it touches the dirt and a stone is placed on
it to hold it down. It'll almost always sprout roots and can
then be cut off from the mother tree. This is done where it's a
long hike from a nursery area, or when a hurricane destroys a
lot of trees and the nurseries. Pretty cool.
Charlie
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8) From: susan oppenheim
oh my
what is a JBM????
S
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