Tag: Coconut Industry

Coconut export earned $2.5 billion in the last year – Agriculture Minister

Coconut export earned $2.5 billion in the last year – Agriculture Minister

- May 17, 2022

Guyana’s rapidly growing coconut industry is fueled by many advantages such as vast farm lands, favourable climate, human resources and ... Read More

Gov’t continues support to revitalise coconut production

Gov’t continues support to revitalise coconut production

- March 4, 2022

The PPP/C Administration in keeping with its commitment to increase the country’s capacity to produce value added products, is giving ... Read More

Coconuts more than a commodity

Coconuts more than a commodity

- August 21, 2018

─ several value-added products being explored DPI, Guyana, Tuesday, August 21, 2018 While Guyanese know about coconut water, milk, oil ... Read More

Agriculture students given tour of Hope Coconut Estate

Agriculture students given tour of Hope Coconut Estate

- December 7, 2017

DPI, GUYANA, Thursday, December 7, 2017 Agriculture students from the New Amsterdam Multilateral, Hope Secondary and President’s College were given ... Read More

First Batch of tissue cultured planting material for coconut expected October

First Batch of tissue cultured planting material for coconut expected October

- August 15, 2017

DPI, Guyana, Tuesday, August 15, 2017 In an effort to improve coconut production, the National Agricultural Research and Extension Institute ... Read More

Partnership Agreement signed by CARDI/Hope Coconut Estate -for the production of high-quality Coconut Seedlings

Partnership Agreement signed by CARDI/Hope Coconut Estate -for the production of high-quality Coconut Seedlings

- March 17, 2017

Georgetown, Guyana - March 17, 2017 The revitalization of the Coconut Industry is paramount and remains on the top of ... Read More

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