How to Manage a Palm Oil Plantations?

DATA:2018-10-16/ FAQ/ Chat online/ Technical support
Palm oil plantations are used for plant the palm fruits. Palm fruits is used for produce palm oil which is used for cooking purposes, palm fruit also can be used to produce palm kernel oil, the oil is used in soaps, detergents and toiletries.

Palm oil plantation is the main source of palm oil mill plant. Palm oil plantations require management by a director, assistant managers, field supervisors and manual laborers. And palm oil plantations are highly profitable ventures when well managed.

The management of oil palm plantations should consider many criteria and implemented by the garden manager. If the estate is managed in accordance with the rules and requirements of plants it will affect the productivity improvement of oil palm fresh fruit bunches (FFB). Criteria that must be considered is the land selection, planting materials, technical management, harvesting and environmental. If all categories in oil palm plantations can be managed and integrated with each other will be obtained by the production of fresh fruit bunches and plenty fit the desired production.

 
1.Before investing palm oil plantations, establish a planting and harvesting plan. Oil palms take 3 to 4 years to produce a harvest from first planting. Most seedlings spend their first 18 months in a nursery before planting in the soil. Oil palms have a high rate of oil production per acre. Once the palm oil planations are established, they can continue to produce fruit every year for about five years before production decreases.

palm oil plantation
Palm oil platations
2.Barn owls hunt rodents at night.
Keep a barn owl for sustainable rat control. Rats and weeds are contentious problems in the palm oil plantations industry. Use vinegar for weed control to reduce the need for chemical herbicides.

 
3.Plant leguminous trees to prevent soil erosion and provide top cover. Leguminous trees require little to no fertilization. They enrich the soil by producing their own nitrogen. Planting the trees can also serve to counter deforestation necessary in palm oil production.

4.Fertilize young oil palms with cattle manure.

5.Harvest fruit before it drops to the ground. Fruit that is overripe and ill-suited for production will fall to the ground in a cluster.

6. Burn palm fruit pulps and kernel shells as biomass fuels. If your plantation retains its own oil mill, burn the pulp and shells to produce electricity for the mill. This will also cut energy costs.

Managing well palm oil plantations will bring big profits for the investors. And now more and more investors plan to invest the palm oil plantations in Africa. And the Malaysians are already take palm oil plantations technology to Africa.



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