Friday, 13 October 2017

High definition coconut posters to print and pin in your office

by R. Bourdeix, in construction

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These high definition posters are related to various aspects of coconut diversity, cultivation and culture. They were initially conceived as pictures plates to be inserted in the document "Global Strategy for Conservation and Use of Coconut Genetic Resources" of the COGENT network. 
Everybody can download these posters free of charge, and print them. Please do not modify these documents and do not remove logos. These poster are under the Creative Commons licence CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 (Attribution Non Commercial No Derivatives 4.0 International).
Most convenient poster size to pin in an office, a school or elsewhere is A1 size, 59 x 84 cm, but these files are large and heavy, so please be patient for downloading, it can take several minutes!


Title Download Pictures
1. Coconut is not coconut!
Fruit diversity
of the coconut palm.
A4 size JPG (21x29.7 cm)
A1 size PDF 
(59 x 84 cm)


2. Towards a wider diversity: Compact Dwarfs are crucial varieties for the future
of  coconut breeding.
A4 size JPG (21x29.7 cm)
A1 size PDF 
(59 x 84 cm)

3. Tall-type coconut varieties from the Pacific Region.
A4 size JPG (21 x 29.7 cm)
A1 size PDF 
(59 x 84 cm)

4. Coconut Dwarf varieties of the Malayan type.
A4 size JPG (21 x 29.7 cm)
A1 size PDF 
(59 x 84 cm)

5. Care your coconut hybrids! When appropriately managed, coconut hybrids can perform up to their high potential.
A4 size JPG (21 x 29.7 cm)
A1 size PDF 
(59 x 84 cm)

6. Spicata forms of various coconut varieties
A4 size JPG (21 x 29.7 cm)
A1 size PDF 
(59 x 84 cm)

7. Coconut palms, climate change and coastal areas
A4 size JPG (21x29.7 cm)
A1 size PDF 
(59 x 84 cm)

8. Coconut palms, landscaping and ecotourism
A4 size JPG (21x29.7 cm)
A1 size PDF 
(59 x 84 cm)

9. F2 progenies of Dwarf x Dwarf hybrids. In 2002, experiments consisting in selfing Dwarf x Dwarf hybrids have been launched by CNRA and CIRAD at the Marc Delorme Research Centre, Côte d'Ivoire, Africa.
A4 size JPG (21x29.7 cm)
A1 size PDF 
(59 x 84 cm)

10. Reproductive biology of the coconut palm. Understanding coconut reproductive biology helps farmers regarding in situ conservation, participative breeding and local production of good planting material.
A4 size JPG (21x29.7 cm)
A1 size PDF 
(59 x 84 cm)

11. Diversity of coconut palm trunks. The great diversity of coconut palm trunks (also called stems) helps for identification
of four varietal types, of whitch two Tall-types (Asia-Pacific, African and Indian Ocean), and two Dwarf-types (Malayan and Polynesian Compact).
A4 size JPG (21x29.7 cm)
A1 size PDF 
(59 x 84 cm)

12. Care your coconut palms! cultivation of Dwarf-type coconut varieties.
A4 size JPG (21x29.7 cm)
A1 size PDF 
(59 x 84 cm)












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