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Research center of Embrapa/Collection: Embrapa Café - Artigo em periódico indexado (ALICE)
Date Issued: 2010
Type of Material: Artigo em periódico indexado (ALICE)
Authors: BARBOSA, J. N.
BORÉM, F. M.
ALVES, H. M. R.
VOLPATO, M. M. L.
VIEIRA, T. G. C.
SOUZA, V. C. O. de
Additional Information: JULIANA NEVES BARBOSA, UFLA; FLÁVIO MEIRA BORÉM, UFLA; HELENA MARIA RAMOS ALVES, SAPC; MARGARETE MARIN LORDELO VOLPATO, EPAMIG; TATIANA GROSSI CHIQUILOFF VIEIRA, EPAMIG; VANESSA CRISTINA OLIVEIRA DE SOUZA, EPAMIG.
Title: Spatial distribution of coffees from Minas Gerais State and their relation with quality.
Publisher: COFFEE SCIENCE, Lavras, v. 5, n. 3, p. 237-250, set./dez. 2010.
Language: en
Keywords: Espacialização
Qualidade sensorial
Description: Coffee is the second most important agricultural exportation product in Brazil, constituting one of the main income sources of the Brazilian economy. The state of Minas Gerais is the country?s biggest coffee producer. Recently, coffees produced in the state have won national specialty coffee contests, which has increased their commercial value and established them in the market. Due to the necessity of more information on areas with potential for producing quality arabic coffees (Coffea arabica L.), the objective of this work was to relate the coffees entered in the Quality Contest-Coffees from Minas Gerais, in 2007 and 2008, with the environmental characteristics of the state?s districts. The samples were distributed in four stages, the first composed of all the coffees entered in the contest, and the last composed only of the pre-finalists. The samples were categorized into natural and CDs (pulped natural, demucilaged and demucilaged/pulped natural). The spatialization of the samples from both years was done using Kernel maps to visualize the intensity of sample concentrations in each stage of the contest. The results show that in the first stage the samples were well distributed, with medium, high and very high intensity focus. In the fourth stage, a high concentration in the Sul de Minas region was observed in both years for both coffee categories.
NAL Thesaurus: Environment
Data Created: 2014-01-15
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