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Rains in Vietnam’s coffee belt to stop from Nov 22
23 | 11 | 2010
Reuters - Rains falling in Vietnam’s Central Highlands coffee belt in the past week are forecast to end early next week, a state-run newspaper said, enabling coffee cherries to ripen before the harvest starts in earnest in about 10 days.
AGROINFO - Rains falling in Vietnam's Central Highlands coffee belt in the past week are forecast to end early next week, a state-run newspaper said, enabling coffee cherries to ripen before the harvest starts in earnest in about 10 days.

The rains, which started on Nov. 14 and triggered floods that killed 25 people in six coastal provinces, would last through Sunday in several areas including Daklak province and stop from Monday, the Vietnam News Agency-run Tin Tuc daily cited a national weather centre's report as saying.

Concern over delays in harvesting and supply problems for December loading from Vietnam, the world's second-largest coffee producer after Brazil, contributed to lifting London robusta prices to a two-year high early this month.

Liffe January robusta coffee closed $1 lower at $1,910 per tonne on Friday, pressured by the harvest in Vietnam. The Central Highlands produces 80 percent of the country's coffee.
Reservoirs in Daklak, Vietnam's top coffee growing province which borders one of the flood-stricken provinces, were about to overflow, forcing officials to drain off some water, a government report said on Saturday.

The rainfall this month has brought relief to the coffee growing region, which had been forecast to face drought during its February-April watering period next year.

The end of unseasonal rains next week means coffee cherries could ripe faster, a process so far delayed by wet weather as the rainy season is ending a month later than usual.

Daklak in the Central Highlands is Vietnam's largest coffee growing province. Showers several times a day this week have not affected the early harvest on a small scale but disrupted farmers' outdoor drying of cherries.

The early harvest has started in parts of Daklak on a small scale, as about a third of the crop has ripened, but farmers in several districts told Reuters earlier this week they will start harvesting in full scale from late this month.


Source: Reuters
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