Which state is the only state to grow coffee beans?

Answer Hawaii is the only state in the United States that grows coffee beans. Hawaii's best known coffee is Kona. Only coffee grown in the North and South districts of Kona can legally be labeled as such.... Read More »

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What state produces coffee beans?

The only American state to produce coffee beans is Hawaii. The U.S. territory of Puerto Rico is also a major supplier of coffee beans. They are not grown anywhere in the continental United States.R... Read More »

Will fava beans grow in Washington State?

Fava beans can grow in Washington State. It is a common cover crop that is planted in October because it grows in the fall and winter. Fava beans absorb nitrogen from the air and release it into th... Read More »

Where do coffee beans grow?

Coffee beans grow well in areas that have warm temperatures, rich soil and "moderate sunshine and rain," according to National Geographic. Major coffee-producing areas include Brazil, Colombia, Ind... Read More »

Areas to Grow Coffee Beans?

Temperature plays a large role in coffee bean production, which means that growing elevation and latitude significantly affects their growth. Coffee beans can grow in many subtropical and tropical ... Read More »