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Arabica coffee in Son La and Dien Bien

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Some information about Arabica coffee in Son La and Dien Bien (from NOMAFSI)

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Arabica coffee in Son La and Dien Bien

  1. 1. VIETNAM ACADEMY OF AGRICULTURE SCIENCES NORTHERN MOUNTAINOUS AGRICULTURE AND FORESTRY SCIENCE INSTITUTE (NOMAFSI) WORKSHOP PRESENTATION Some information about Arabica coffee in Son La and Dien Bien Hanoi, September 12th 2017
  2. 2. Production of coffee bean of Son La and Dien Bien (Metric tons) 0 2000 4000 6000 8000 10000 12000 14000 16000 18000 20000 2001 2006 2011 2016 Son La Dien Bien Sum Source: The statistics of Son La and Dien Bien DARD
  3. 3. Coffee plantation areas of Son La and Dien Bien (ha) 0 2000 4000 6000 8000 10000 12000 14000 16000 18000 2001 2006 2011 2016 Son La Dien Bien Sum Source: The statistics of Son La and Dien Bien DARD
  4. 4. Source: fieldwork 2014
  5. 5. Financial Flow in Arabica Coffee Chain
  6. 6. Information Flows in Arabica Coffee Chain
  7. 7. Costs and gross margin for coffee farmers
  8. 8. Threats • Frost has been an important threat to the coffee farmers, especially in Son La, as it damaged more than 1000 ha in late 2013. • Increasing coffee plantation to sloping area (of more than 20o) heightens without planning and sustainable farming practices on slopes, the risk to deforestation, and increases the severe impacts from frost, strong winds, water conservation and soil erosion. • Limitation in scale of production require to increase in the output productivity, and quality improvement. • Old traditional and small-scale production of coffee in Son La and Dien Bien without compliance with technical requirements as well as requirements for sustainable production is the biggest challenge in building and protecting brand reputation of local coffee to enhance product value. • The fluctuation of export price reduces incentive to farmers to continue their investment in coffee fields.

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