Cocoa Drying Tarp

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Update Time 2020-03-16

Agriculture & Farming

Cacao beans are often dried in the sun, which can happen on tarps, mats, or patios. They are continually raked so that they will dry more evenly. The drying process can take up to a week. Artificial drying may be resorted to in countries where there is a lack of pronounced dry periods after harvesting and fermentation, such as Brazil, Ecuador and in South East Asia and sometimes in West Africa. Once dried, cacao beans can be stored for 4-5 years.


Cocoa fermentation is performed on the on the tarpaulins.

Similarly, sun-drying is performed on tarpaulins.

The drying of the cocoa beans on plastic tarpaulin was accelerated more than that effected on grid and cemented area.


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