In the early 1900's rubber was first planted on a commercial scale in India. As a major corporate in agriculture, Harrisons Malayalam took on the yet again pioneering work for yet another crop - having opened new areas for tea in the previous century.

Today the company has a total planted area of about 6000 ha. This is spread over 10 estates.

The Company produces 8.5 million kilograms from its own area and processes another 1.5 million kilograms bought from neighboring holdings.

Rubber though tapped as latex, is processed into various rubber products - a stabilized concentrated form of latex, smoked sheets, crepes and crumb/block rubber in a wide variety of grades.

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The Rubber Estates

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