Radio Programme

Farmers Guidebook – Kingston & St.Andrew Coffee

Calling Farmers | May 2, 2014
There’s a wide variety of vegetables, food, fruit and tree crops grown in Kingston and St. Andrew. However, of these crops, coffee reigns supreme, especially in hilly areas.
Presenter: Camelia Guthrie
Producer: Camelia Guthrie
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