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Genetic diversity is generally good; the coffee trees in a traditional plantation aren’t all identical, so while some may fall victim to a certain disease, others may have the lucky genetics that makes them immune.
Mary Wanja, with 350 coffee trees on her plot in rural Kirinyaga at the foot of Mount Kenya, is one of more than 40,000 of Kenya's 600,000 coffee farmers participating in the project.
New varieties this year include the coffee tree, the chocolate persimmon, the Marseilles fig and the moringa, a tropical tree known for its edible leaves that are high in Vitamin C.
Before moving his family back, Garcia traveled the 8 miles from nearby San Carlos every weekend for three years to plant new coffee trees and remove the dead ones.
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