Anybody seen any recent initiatives in regards to composting of coffee cherry skins? I've seen my fair share of "let it pile up and don't do anything with it" or "let it pile up, let it sit for a while, give it out to interested farmers once the acidity is [hopefully] not too high." Sure, many agronomy projects promote use of cherry skin compost, but I have yet to see any true cherry skin management system, testing, microbial composting, etc.
That said, I haven't spent much time on larger estates which might treat this more seriously.
Any good resources available on this subject? Perhaps info on how long it takes to adequately compost under xyz conditions, additional additives required for a proper mix (i.e. not just skins), testing practices, etc?