Indonesian starting oil palm replanting program in Sumatra

November 28, 2017 |

In Indonesia, the government has begun the first phase of a replanting program the remove old, unproductive oil palm trees that are more than 25 years old in order to boost production. A total of 350,000 hectares in Sumatra need to be renewed, so the program will tackle the first 9,109.29 hectares in 12 districts. The program will provide farmers with funds to do the replanting. Another 4,100 hectares on the island were rejuvenated in October.

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