Cocoa (cacao)
Cocoa, Theobroma cacao, is an evergreen tree in the family Malvaceae, grown for its seeds (beans) which are used primarily in the manufacture of chocolate. The cocoa plant is a...
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Drying of cocoa leaves

Cocoa (cacao)    None Given.

What could be the cause of drying the leaves of cocoa.

Asked by: Gabriel (1 point)   Posted:January 17, 2017

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Holes on the leaves
Diseases and pests affecting cocoa plants in South India ( karnataka)

Cocoa (cacao)    None Given.

We have about 2500 cocoa plants, aged 2 years. Some of the plants are already having flowers and well grown. But it is very disheartening to see 1. Quite a few plants leaves...

Asked by: Haravu Lokesh (1 point)   Posted:December 11, 2016

2 answers    562 views

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preventing the leaves of a cacao to be attack by pest.

Cocoa (cacao)    None Given.

how to prevent or to treat a cacao leaves from pest?

Asked by: leonito lovino (1 point)   Posted:October 8, 2016

1 answer    332 views

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Cause of stunted growth in cocoa and its solutions

Cocoa (cacao)    None Given.

What is the solution for the cocoa with stunted growth which am not happy about it please fellows help out thank you.

Asked by: Gabriel (1 point)   Posted:September 19, 2016

1 answer    331 views

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Cocoa's health

Cocoa (cacao)    None Given.

What other kind of chemical spray does cocoa needs aside from insecticides

Asked by: EWOBOR MARO (1 point)   Posted:August 28, 2016

1 answer    295 views

Indoor cacao plant dying

Cocoa (cacao)    Syracuse, NY

I have had a cacao tree for several years (4-5?) and the one pictured is a 1.5-year-old cutting from that. I've been growing it in potting mix under an east facing window for...

Asked by: Matt (9 points)   Posted:July 18, 2016

1 answer    415 views

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Cocoa can't get big

Cocoa (cacao)    None Given.

My cocoa can't get big before they ripe, they get ripen even when they are small.

Asked by: Koomson Godwin (1 point)   Posted:July 17, 2016

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The cacao leaves are drying
Cocoa dry leaves

Cocoa (cacao)    None Given.

The leaves are drying and I don't know the cause of it and what to use - please help; they are still in the nursery.

Asked by: Gabriel (1 point)   Posted:March 19, 2016

2 answers    533 views