Information provided in this website aims to promote rejuvenation and replanting of coconut plantations in the Pacific region using preferably local coconut varieties. It was conceived in the framework of the CIDP expertise on "Coconut Production and Seeds System in the Pacific Region", of which the terms of references of the expertise are summarized here. This website is under the Creative commons licence CC BY-ND 4.0, meaning you are free to duplicate all the available information as long as its source is appropriately cited (R. Bourdeix & al, 2018. Coconut planting material for the Pacific Region, https://replantcoconut.blogspot.com).
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Twelve High Definition coconut posters
to print and pin in your office!
Where farmers can find good coconut seednuts?
Preparation of the world first regional coconut varietal contest!
COGENT recommendations about planting material
Variety, Cultivar, Population and Accession, what does it mean?
The world catalogue of coconut conserved germplasm
List of germplasm conserved in ex situ coconut genebanks
Recommended method for selecting good parent palms
Use of genetic markers at nursery stage to select good varieties
Recommended seedbed and nursery management techniques
How to deal with old and unproductive coconut palms?
Preparation of land and manpower for creating a new coconut plantation
Planting designs: classical, new and the newest!
Farming systems and intercropping
Use of plant cover to reduce weeding and fix nitrogen
Legislations and list of authorised products for organic management
New tool for calculating the number of seednuts needed at national level
Coconut genebanks for seednut production
Overview by countries
Federated States of Micronesia
Papua New Guinea
Organization of the "train the trainees" meeting in Nadi, Fiji, 17 to 20 April 2018
The Oryctes and Scapanes, pests of greatest concern
Other coconut pests and diseases
Use of a small drone to make coconut videos and pictures
Developing coconut "sanctuaries", eco-museum and spice gardens in the Pacific region