Where are Rubber Trees Grown?

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Rubber trees, grown commercially in certain areas around the world, produce latex. Rubber trees require hot and moist conditions and today are grown commercially in countries, such as Malaysia and Sri Lanka. These trees are also grown in other Asian countries. However, at one time, the main sources of rubber trees were South and Central America. You can find more info at: www.solarnavigator.net
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because rubber is made from the latex in its bark. The rubber tree has roots made up of a tap-root and creeping roots. In the bark of the rubber tree there is a liquid called latex.
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A rubber tree is a tree that is indigenous to South America. This tree is where latex comes from. There are many rubber tree plantations.
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1. Inspect the trunk of the tree to determine if most of the foliage is growing near the top, especially if the tree is young. If so, use hand pruners to cut 3 to 6 inches off the
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