Mogola HistoryMy first knowledge about coffee was acquired from my grandparents Luis Rodriguez and Maria Marcos Aguilar. From a very young age we learned to cultivate, handle and harvesting of the coffee. Also processing it to the dry parchment state. Since 1890 my great-grandparents Rosa Aguilar and Maria Magdalena Osorio. Grandparents Luis Rodriguez Osorio, Maria Marcos Aguilar and my mother Maria Rosalina Aguilar, my wife Ritza Yolanda Arriaga and my children Herley Edgardo Urquia Arriaga, Bingris Urquia Arriaga, Carolina Urquia Arriaga, Rossy Urquia Arriaga. Quality PracticesIn the cultivation of the coffee we implemented technologies like: Weave handling regulation of shade, manual control of weeds, fertilization based on ground analysis, establishment of live barriers and shades that allow us to have an atmosphere friendly coffee farm.
There are many wild animals. Within the animal species there can be seen: deer, rabbits, wild cats, armadillos, pisote, tepezcuincle, guatusas, and tacuazin. There are also many types of birds such as: gualchocas, lion bird, guarda barrancos , codornizes and others. Coffee Process InformationFertilization: Chemical and organic fertilizations (pulp, seniza, gallinaza, etc) through the ground analyses.
Disease and Pest Control: The control of plagues and diseases I do it through the implantation of cultural practices (weave handling, regulation of shade, pepena and repela of fruits, installation of artisan traps, amendments and others like application of natural products like: Sucunan leaves, Lime, Soap mixed with applications of two or three times per year or according to the case.
Harvesting: The harvesting is done in an artisan way using the human resource between the months of November and April.
The Coffee is dried to the sun using cement patios to obtain better quality.
Annual Production: 40 bags
Coffee varieties: Pacamara
Type of Soil: Franc
Average Annual Rainfall: 3,000 – 3,200 mm
Type of Shade: Not Available
Water Source: Natural water sources from the farm
Permanent Employees: Not Available
Temporary Employees: Not Available
|Farmer/Rep.||Francisco Edgardo Urquia Aguilar|
|Size (30kg boxes)||19|
|Processing system||Wet Process|
|Coffee Growing Area||5|
|High bidders||Maruyama Coffee for Mikatajuku group, Inoue Coffee, Ponpon Coffee, Orsir Coffee|