El León

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1,440 - 1,680m
55.9 ha
75.2 °F

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INTEGRATED PLAN OF SUBPRODUCT MANAGEMENT
Handle the large volumes of byproducts of coff ee benefi t (Pulp and Mucilage) in a complex and tedious process; In order to turn this diffi culty into an opportunity, the fi rst pilots have been developed for the transformation and use of this organic matter through composting and vermiculture, subsequently obtaining a very useful raw material for fertilization and incorporation into the soil.

RESPRESENTATIVE FOREST SPECIES
Quiebrabarrigo (Trichanthera gigantea)
Mataratón (Gliricidia sepium)
Zapote (Casimiroa edulis)

APICULTURE PROMOTION
With the installation of several modules and hives throughout the farm we seek the recovery and multiplication of these pollinators in the ecosystem, progressively recovering the populations of one of the most important living beings on the planet.

Natural
Washed
Castillo
Caturro
Colombia

La Grecia

Processes:

Varieties:

1,000- 1,660m
173.4 ha
78.8 °F

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MICROBASIN RECOVERY PROGRAM
In association with government entities, reforestation programs and increased plant cover in areas surrounding the springs, streams and rivers that cross the farm have been advanced on the farm, thereby seeking the recovery of fl ows and protection of hydric sources.

RESPRESENTATIVE FOREST SPECIES
Chiminango (Pithecellobium dulce)
Ceiba (Ceiba pentandra)
Liberal (Euphorbia cotinifolia)

SOIL CONSERVATION PLAN
Based on the incorporation of noble coverage trees in association with coff ee trees, we aim to reduce the erosive eff ect of rain in areas with very steep slopes lacking vegetation cover.

Natural
Washed
Honey
Castillo
Caturro
Colombia

La Colombiana

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Varieties:

1,380 - 1,620m
22.8 ha
75.2 °F

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BIOLOGICAL CORRIDORS PLAN
A strategic program is currently being developed for the recovery of forest conservation and reserve areas that exist on the farm, actively promoting connectivity between these forested areas with native trees planted in corridors for the movement of mammals, birds and other animals that inhabit the coff ee agroecosystem typical of the region.

RESPRESENTATIVE FOREST SPECIES
Acacia Amarilla (Acacia retinodes)
Ceiba (Ceiba pentandra)
Ciruelo (Spondias purpurea)

ENDEMIC FLORA PROMOTION PLAN
Through the propagation of native species characterized by the beauty of their fl owers, colors and shapes, a nursery was established in which many varieties of plants are being propagated with the aim of incorporating them into the programs of beautifi cation and recovery of the native and typical fl ora of the region.

Natural
Washed
Castillo
Caturro
Colombia

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