El Sauce II HistoryHe started cultivating Coffee in 1990, but he has been dedicating to the family business for 20 Years in the Community of San Luis Planes, Santa Barbara, S.B. At the moment he handles 20 Blocks of Coffee; In addition he buys and sells Coffee like an Intermediate in the Zone. He is affiliated with the Organizacion Gremial AHPROCAFE, and he is an Independent Coffee Producer. San Luis Planes, Santa Barbara is a village located in the lower part of the Santa Barbara National Park, with an altitude average of 1,450 m.s.n.m, is one of the main generating zones of oxygen, It has a subtropical and very humid and cloudy forest, in addition it produces great amounts of water with which several bordering communities supply themselves. Also it is home for many species of wild life such as: deer, squirrels, and different types of birds and reptiles.
In this Property the Hunting of Wild Animals is prohibited The cutting of Trees is prohibited within the Property No Material can be burned within the Property No littering is allowed within the Property. It is Prohibited to extract any Animal or Plant specie from the property. It is not allowed contaminate the Water Sources with Trash or Chemical Remainders Wild Animal Captivity is prohibited. Coffee Process InformationFertilization: Twice a year, based in special coffee formulaDisease and Pest Control: Manual control, pruning and shade controlHarvesting: December to AprilPulping and Fermantation: Small depulping system, with minimum use of water. Washed the coffee, after fermentation, because the cold weather usually takes some 18 hoursMilling:
On patio of concrete and sun drying.
Annual Production: 500 bags
Coffee varieties: Pacas
Type of Soil: Franc
Average Annual Rainfall: 2,400 mm
Type of Shade: Not Available
Water Source: Natural water sources from the farm
Permanent Employees: 1
Temporary Employees: 15
|El Sauce II
|Franklin Adonis Madrid Villanueva
|Size (30kg boxes)
|Coffee Growing Area
|Time's Club for C-COOP