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The most common harvest method on Brazil is the manual stripping, in which all beans are harvested from the branch on a manual procedure. However, the coffee trees more than 3 meters wide require the use of a ladder to reach the upper branches beans. And that’s why lower trees and a foot height pruning are preferred to facilitate the harvest process, a fact that made the ladder use become obsolete.
This equipment was acquired by purchasing on 2004 to integrate the collection of Museu do Café.