Last Updated: August, 2015
In India, coffee is grown in regions that receive 2,500–4,000mm rainfall across more than 100 days, followed by a continuous dry period of a similar duration. Coffee growing areas in the country have diverse climatic conditions, which are suitable for the cultivation of different varieties of coffee. India is one of the 25 biodiversity hotspots of the world. It is home to 331 species of butterflies, followed by amphibians (121), reptiles (157), birds (508), mammals (120). In addition, there are a large number of orchids and medicinal and aromatic plants in the country.
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