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coconut prices increased. rs. 50 to 65/-

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1coconut prices increased. rs. 50 to 65/- Empty coconut prices increased. rs. 50 to 65/- Mon Feb 23, 2015 3:01 pm

Teller

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M. Maharuf, Kurunegala south group corr

Coconut prices have seen a marked increase in Kurunegala and the suburbs.

A coconut is sold between Rs. 50 and Rs. 65 in the Kurunegala district.

Coconut pluckers have also increased their fee and demand between Rs. 60 and Rs. 70 per tree.

Meanwhile, villagers said there is an acute shortage of pluckers. Sources said coconut production has gone down due to large scale uprooting of trees to build houses an the partitioning of land into blocks.  in case if this continues its a bad signal for some food processing companies like coco lanka and good for coconut owns estates like BALA,KGAL.

NZ BOY

NZ BOY
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Teller wrote:M. Maharuf, Kurunegala south group corr

Coconut prices have seen a marked increase in Kurunegala and the suburbs.

A coconut is sold between Rs. 50 and Rs. 65 in the Kurunegala district.

Coconut pluckers have also increased their fee and demand between Rs. 60 and Rs. 70 per tree.

Meanwhile, villagers said there is an acute shortage of pluckers. Sources said coconut production has gone down due to large scale uprooting of trees to build houses an the partitioning of land into blocks.  in case if this continues its a bad signal for some food processing companies like coco lanka and good for coconut owns estates like BALA,KGAL.

Dont worry we can buy Coconut @100
ha ha Yahapalanayane me alien

NZ BOY

NZ BOY
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NZ BOY wrote:
Teller wrote:M. Maharuf, Kurunegala south group corr

Coconut prices have seen a marked increase in Kurunegala and the suburbs.

A coconut is sold between Rs. 50 and Rs. 65 in the Kurunegala district.

Coconut pluckers have also increased their fee and demand between Rs. 60 and Rs. 70 per tree.

Meanwhile, villagers said there is an acute shortage of pluckers. Sources said coconut production has gone down due to large scale uprooting of trees to build houses an the partitioning of land into blocks.  in case if this continues its a bad signal for some food processing companies like coco lanka and good for coconut owns estates like BALA,KGAL.

thanks for the info

Dont worry we can buy Coconut @100
ha ha Yahapalanayane me alien

worthiness


Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics

In kurunegala district, at present buyers offer Rs.36-38 per nut whereas Serendipol offers Rs.4 extra provided coconut land owners use only compose fertilizers. In colombo coconut is sold at Rs.55-60. It is true the shortage of pluckers who increase the charges in every six months period. Other than that myta has badly infected on coconut cultivation that no remedial action taken by authorities. All myta infected nuts are small in size & they are counted as one for two nuts. Another blow for small coconut land owners.

Senior Citizen

Senior Citizen
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics
Senior Manager - Equity Analytics

NZ BOY wrote:
Teller wrote:M. Maharuf, Kurunegala south group corr

Coconut prices have seen a marked increase in Kurunegala and the suburbs.

A coconut is sold between Rs. 50 and Rs. 65 in the Kurunegala district.

Coconut pluckers have also increased their fee and demand between Rs. 60 and Rs. 70 per tree.

Meanwhile, villagers said there is an acute shortage of pluckers. Sources said coconut production has gone down due to large scale uprooting of trees to build houses an the partitioning of land into blocks.  in case if this continues its a bad signal for some food processing companies like coco lanka and good for coconut owns estates like BALA,KGAL.

Dont worry we can buy Coconut @100
ha ha Yahapalanayane me alien

NZ Boy,

You need not worry much
Shall I suggest that you buy COCONUT MILK POWDER at prices when the coconut prices were 40-45 rs.

Only problem is you would not enjoy a pol sambol with the powder! lol!

worthiness


Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics
Senior Vice President - Equity Analytics

In kurunegala district, at present buyers offer Rs.36-38 per nut whereas Serendipol offers Rs.4 extra provided coconut land owners use only compose fertilizers. In colombo coconut is sold at Rs.55-60. It is true the shortage of pluckers who increase the charges in every six months period. Other than that myta has badly infected on coconut cultivation that no remedial action taken by authorities. All myta infected nuts are small in size & they are counted as one for two nuts. Another blow for small coconut land owners.

Meman


Manager - Equity Analytics
Manager - Equity Analytics

My family had coconut estate and sold it. Its a white elephant plus we live in Colombo now. Can better return investing somewhere else. From what I know cant break and sell it.

Teller

Teller
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Moderator

Some areas plucker ask 50/-,60/- upto 100 if the tree is tall. Some pluckers ask no money but 2 coconut nuts.:-). Starting a pluckers training institute or inventing an efficient machine are wise ideas.

Teller

Teller
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Moderator

Hi meman, your family did a mistake by selling the land. If you have 1 acre land there are 70 coconut trees. one tree may give 15 -20 nuts every six weeks. Suppose minimum 15 x 70 equals 1050 nuts x 40 /- rupees mininum selling ,equal to42,000/- rupees . In addition you can do some value additions. add some pepper,banana,pineapple,ginger,tumeric,beatles,dragon fruit, even fresh milk project. Land value is appreaciatin day by day. Fertilizer can get less cost.too. farmers are real winners. Dnt worry nw and You are not late even can buy 1 acre around 2 million in present and can earn total invested amount with in 8 years. Shares to coconut chapter finished :-)

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