Table 2. Yield and net revenues of coffee systems in Ecuador depending on the distance to adjacent forest patches. All monetary values in USD.

Distance
Yield
Gross revenues
Costs
Net revenues
(m)
(%)†
(kg/ha)‡
($/ha)
($/ha)
($/ha)
0
100
853
171
119
52
100
87
745
149
111
38
200
82
702
140
108
33
300
79
670
134
105
28
400
75
643
129
104
25
500
73
621
124
102
22
600
70
600
120
100
20
700
68
582
116
99
17
800
66
565
113
98
15
900
64
549
110
97
13
1000
63
535
107
96
11
1100
61
521
104
95
10
1200
60
508
102
94
8
1300
58
496
99
93
6
1400
57
484
97
92
5
1500
55
473
95
91
3
% change (0–1500 m)
–45
–45
–45
–23
–93

†Data based on Klein et al. 2003 and our results concerning berry weight (see Fig. 1). A yield of 100% is reflected by a combination of maximum fruit set (85.22%) and berry weight (1.65 g/berry).
‡Dried coffee berries.