Where Do Cocoa Trees Grow?

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Cocoa trees grow in riparian zones and prefer shade, and moisture. It is a native of the Amazon basin and other tropical areas of South and Central America. Other major producers of cocoa are Ghana, Brazil, Ecuador, and Nigeria.
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The cocoa tree grows anywhere with low humidity plenty of water and sun. They are very stubborn about their surroudings. They are hard to grow.
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Cocoa Beans- chocolate yummy! Cocoa beans grow on the cocoa tree, they are in a cocoa pod. Cocoa trees grow in tropical climate like Africa, Asia, South America and Central America.
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The cocoa tree is very sensitive to temperature, humidity, and rainfall. The best way to grow cocoa is to keep the tree shaded from wind and direct sunlight, ...
1. Loosen the soil down to 12 inches with a garden hoe in an area receiving partial to full sun. Cocoa trees grow in the lower canopy of larger trees that provide ...
1. Loosen the soil down to 12 inches with a garden hoe in an area receiving partial to full sun. Cocoa trees grow in the lower canopy of larger trees that provide ...
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