Rwanda Southern Province Nyaruguru Fugi Washed Lot 59A

Rwanda Southern Province Nyaruguru Fugi Washed Lot 59A

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Description
Production Area / Southern Province Nyaruguru
Producer / Fugi
Elevation / 1,700M
Variety / Bourbon
Level/ SHB
Process / Washed Process
Roasting Level / Light Medium Roast
Cupping Notes
/ PlumCranberryCitrus FruitsBlack Tea

Estate profile /

Fugi Washing Station is located in the southern province of Nyaruguru District. Emmanuel Rusatira and his family have been processing washed, honeys and naturals since 2017. During the fully-washed process, the cherries are sorted by maturity level in water basins. The coffee is pulped, fermented for ten to twelve hours and then washed. On drying beds, the beans are then sorted according to defects and dried in direct sunlight until a moisture level of 12.5% ​​is reached.

One of the biggest environmental challenges at Fugi Washing Station is that farmers use the unprocessed cherry pulp as fertilizer. Due to the high chemical composition of coffee pulp (presence of bacteria, fungi and yeast & acidic pH level) the direct application of fresh cherry pulp on farms has negative impacts on soil organisms and the surrounding environment. This leads to declining soil nutrition, resulting in decreased productivity and quality.

In addition, the poor waste management of coffee pulp can disrupt the cleanliness of the process at washing station level.
Tackling this challenge became a priority for both us and Emmanuel, owner of Fugi WS, and led us to the decision to set up the first organic vermicompost facility at Fugi Washing Station. A process including earthworms, allowing a twice as fast decomposition compared to traditional mineral fertilizer. Vermicomposting is a great environmental practice as it allows the return of organic matter to the soil without harming the environment.

 

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