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Top 10 Coconut Producing States in India Largest Coconut Producer!

  • 26 September 23 , 6:34 PM|
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1. Karnataka


Karnataka accounts for an average of 23% of coconut production in India. For this reason, almost 5 lakh hectares of land in Karnataka is dedicated to coconut production in India. In addition, the state experienced coconut production of 4,210.8 tonnes during 2020-21. As a result, the state achieved a market share of 30.83%. However, for the soils of Karnataka, a coconut farmer can use a powerful Mahindra tractor to boost the production.

Coconut cultivation is practised in the 10 districts of Karnataka. Out of all, the Tumkur district in Karnataka has the highest area for coconut production.

The cooperative society at Munachanahalli in Chamarajanagar taluk is setting up a coconut processing centre worth Rs. 4.5 crores. The centre will help produce 50,000 coconuts per day and give employment to 250 people.

2. Tamil Nadu

Tamil Nadu

Tamil Nadu accounts for an average share of 31% of total coconut production in India. For this reason, almost 4.65 hectares of land are used for coconut production in the state. The state has an average production of 7 billion coconuts. Furthermore, the average coconut yield in Tamil Nadu is 10484 nuts/ha. And the state has 4.3 lakhs hectares of land for cultivation. Furthermore, an efficient New Holland tractor can help to improve coconut farming in this vast land.

In 2020-21, Tamil Nadu’s coconut production stood at 3,751.26 tonnes. As a result, the state achieved a market share of 27.47%.

3. Kerala


During 2020-21, Kerala’s coconut production accounted for 3,307.78 tonnes. As a result, the state achieved a market share of 24.22% in India.

Kerala alone contributes to 45% of India’s coconuts production and farmers use a second hand tractor or new tractor to achieve this goal. In addition, Kerala has fertile, sandy soil that is ideal for growing coconut trees. Moreover, here are a few popular places in Kerala known for coconut cultivation:

  • Kollam
  • Kochi
  • Trivandrum
  • Ponnani
  • Alappuzha
  • Kannur
  • Kozhikode
  • Tanur
  • And other fertile regions in Pathanamthitta and Kottayam district

4. Andhra Pradesh

Andhra Pradesh

For 2020-21, Andhra Pradesh’s annual coconut production accounted for 1,127.27 tonnes. As a result, the state achieved a market share of 8.25%. Moreover, we can use efficient tractors to increase this output.

AP has a current coconut area of 1.1 lakh hectares. Furthermore, it still has the potential to grow up to a number of 5-5.5 lakh hectares of land. In addition, the Krishna and East and West Godavari districts of Andhra Pradesh are popular for coconut cultivation in India.

5. West Bengal

West Bengal

During 2020-21, coconut production in West Bengal accounted for 278.73 tonnes. Moreover, here are the popular coconut producing districts of West Bengal where a John Deere tractor can be used:

  • South 24 Parganas
  • North 24 Parganas
  • Murshidabad
  • Howrah
  • East Midnapore
  • West Midnapore
  • Purba Barddhaman
  • Nadia
  • Coochbehar
  • Hooghly

6. Odisha


Odisha (formerly Orissa) is one of the largest coconut growing states. Each year, the state has an average production of 324.93 million coconuts and Massey Ferguson tractors have a significant contribution in this. In addition to this, Cuttack, Jaipur, Khurda, Puri, and Ganjam are a few popular regions used for coconut plantations. Also, the land space used by these regions for coconut farming accounts for 50,000 hectares.

In 2020-21, Odisha’s coconut production accounted for 273.32 tonnes. As a result, the state achieved a market share of 2.00%.

7. Maharashtra


Maharashtra is one of the largest coconut producing states in India. Furthermore, Raigad, Ratnagiri, and Sindhudurg are some popular regions of Maharashtra known for coconut cultivation. Apart from this, we can use a Sonalika tractor according to the soils of these areas.

So, the yearly average coconut production in Maharashtra accounts for 187.47 million.

In 2020-21, Maharashtra produced 153.44 tonnes of coconut. As a result, the state achieved a market share of 1.12%.

8. Gujarat


Kutch, Bhavnagar, Valsad, and Junagadh are prime regions of coconut production in Gujarat. Furthermore, the yearly average coconut production in Gujarat accounts for 295.03 million coconuts. Besides that, almost 31,000 hectares of land are used for coconut cultivation in Gujarat and we need power-packed tractors like Farmtrac tractors to plough such a vast land.

In 2020-21, Gujarat’s yearly coconut production stood at 147.26 tonnes. As a result, the state’s market share accounted for 1.08%.

9. Assam


Assam is one of the popular coconut growing states in India. In addition, for 2020-21, Assam’s coconut production accounted for 107.94 tonnes. In Assamese, coconut is named Narikol, a highly versatile fruit. Moreover, most coconuts are produced in Assam in Barpeta, Sonitpur, Nalbari, Kamrup(R), Baksa, Karimganj and others.

10. Bihar


Bihar’s yearly coconut production, on average, accounts for 141.42 million over 14,900 hectares of land. For 2020-21, the state experienced a total coconut production of 54.06 tonnes. Moreover, the state has 50,000 hectares of potential land area to grow and cultivate coconuts.