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        Rubber is harvested mainly in the form of the latex 

from  the  rubber  tree  or  others.  The  latex is a sticky, milky colloid drawn off  by making  incisions in the bark and  collecting  the  fluid in vessels  in a process called "tapping".  The latex  then  is  refined into rubber that is ready for  commercial  processing. In major areas, latex

is  allowed  to  coagulate  in  the  collection  cup.  The coagulated lumps  are  collected and processed into dry forms.   Natural  rubber  is  used  extensively   in  many applications and products.  Rubber   mats  are made by molding the rubber into wonderful designs.

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