GEOGRAPHY Analyze the document and answer the short-answer question that follows the document. Karen Blixen was one of many Europeans who went to Africa and established a plantation near Nairobi, Kenya, to grow a crop that Europeans desired but could not grow at home. Using the pen name Isak Dinesen, she wrote Out of Africa about her experiences. Here is part of her description of the farm. We grew coffee on my farm. The land was in itself a little too high for coffee, and it was hard work to keep it going; we were never rich on the farm. But a coffee-plantation is a thing that gets hold of you and does not let you go, and there is always something to do on it: you are generally just a little behind with your work. In the wildness and irregularity of the country, a piece of land laid out and planted according to rule, looked very well. . . Coffee-growing is a long job. It does not all come out as you imagine, when, yourself young and hopeful, in the streaming rain, you carry the boxes of your shining young coffee-plants from the nurseries, and, with the whole number of farm-hands in the field, watch the plants set in the regular rows of holes in the wet ground where they are to grow, and then have them thickly shaded against the sun___It is four or five years till the trees come into bearing, and in the meantime you will get drought on the land, or diseases, and the bold native weeds will grow up thick in the fields. . . You plant a little over six hundred trees to the acre, and I had six hundred acres of land with coffee; my oxen dragged the cultivators up and down the fields, between the rows o f trees. -Isak Dinesen (pseudonym of Karen Blixen), Out of Africa. Based on the excerpt, what obstacles do farmers in Africa face?