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Coconut Cocos nucifera is a member palm family Arecaceae and known for its use as copra and for food throughout the tropics.  The harvesting of coconuts is usually done by climbing the tree with a rope around the ankles of the climber. The coconut climber will cut the bunch at the base of the stalk then lower the batch to the ground. If the ground is hard  bunches are lowered by a rope.
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Coconut Cocos nucifera is a member palm family Arecaceae and known for its use as copra and for food throughout the tropics. The harvesting of coconuts is usually done by climbing the tree with a rope around the ankles of the climber. The coconut climber will cut the bunch at the base of the stalk then lower the batch to the ground. If the ground is hard bunches are lowered by a rope.