According to the price analysis done by Tamil Nadu Agriculture University ( TNAU), Coconut would fetch a better price for farmer till March.
Farmers could expect good quality Coconut to fetch a farm gate price of Rs 15 to Rs 17 per piece.
The study also found that the damage caused to Coconut plantation due to the cyclone Gaja and the up coming festival season would spur the demand for Coconuts.
Coconut is cultivated in 20.79 lakh hectares land across the country, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh are main producers. The southern states together accounts for nearly 81 percent of the total Coconut produced in the country.