While some may just collect beans from the present collect of the new coffee plants, there is a technique most often challenging for many coffee farm owners using the conventional techniques of coffee agriculture, when it comes to beginning new vegetation.
Replanting coffee vegetation to substitute those approximately 15 years of age is not always a exercise followed on many little coffee plants in Ecuador. As long as the shrub will generate fruits, then many believe it should be remaining alone, especially if it is a option of allowing it develop or having to dig it up and substitute it. It's much simpler to let it develop. Besides, what do you do with the old tree?