The typical farmer’s cocoa-plantation is mostly irregular in plant space, the trees are not formed, as a result the trees are tall and the fruit position is relatively high above the soil surface. Because the fmit position can not be reached by hand, fruit wrapping become a constraint to prevent attack of cocoa pod borer (Conopafilorpha cramerella), hence, an aid is needed. An observation of 90 samples of cocoa trees in Anlalmi Sub-District, Central Maluku District, revealed that 60 percent of fruits were unreached by hands of adult men (> 180 em). Cocosliver, an automatic wrapper-aid was very useful to ease the work of cocoa-fruit wrapping with plastic bag. Efficacy of the fruit wrapping against pest of C. cramerella was ca. 97.38 percent. Yield of dried cocoa-seeds on wrapping treatrnem was 4.12 kg 100 pods-l anti is significantly higher than yield on control i.e. 2.60 kg 100 pOdS-1.  (oleh : Senewe, R.E;  Wagiman, F.X.  Dalam jurnal Budidaya pertanian  Vol. 691)  hal.  21-24)