Amino acid digestibility in copra
expellers and palm kernel expellers by growing pigs.
Coconut processing industry producing coconut oil from copra
has expanded in the Philippines.
Our calculations in the Vanuatu Carbon Credits Project show there is already sufficient domestic copra
production to meet demand for all grid-connected electricity and land transport in Vanuatu.
He made the case for shifting the industry, especially for small holders, away from the manufacture of copra
, to higher valued products that had greater impact on the small holders' lives.
Documents describe the "re-location of former copra
workers" as a "neat, sensible package", justified by the cover story agreed with London that Diego Garcia "has no permanent population".
Such an increase in demand would provide jobs and money for rural villagers in Vanuatu, where cutting copra
has been the major source of outside income.
Its fronds furnish village roofs and walls, its wood supplies a furniture market and its fruit provides coconut milk, copra
meal and coconut oil.
The researchers collected Hypoaspis aculeifer mites from a quarter of a square meter in a lily field and tested the 1-millimeter-long terrors to see which of two species of prey--a Rhizoglyphus mite or a Tyrophagus copra
mite--they preferred to eat.
Erasmus created the fully organized Renaissance commonplace book with his De copra
(1511) and explained its use.
He found that the average income per adult day of labour from copra
comes to only $2.
Sri Lanka: Tea, coconut seed, black pepper, copra
, rubber, betel leaves and broom sticks.
The Papua New Guinea Copra
Marketing Board is the oldest board, having been established in 1948.