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Top Ten Coconut Producing States

RankStatesAreaProduction -000'MTYield
1Tamil Nadu465.14760.710236
4Andhra Pradesh128.91330.410321
6West Bengal29.2254.28704

Area-000' Hectares, Production- 000'Tonnes, Yield-Kg/Hectare

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Last Updated on : January 15, 2015




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