PRODUKSI KELAPA SAWIT (Elais guineensis Jacq.) DENGAN SISTEM PEREMAJAAN YANG BERBEDA

Nasamsir Nasamsir, Edi Romadoni

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Abstract This study aims to determine the production of oil palm with a different replanting system. The study was conducted in the area of simultaneous fallen replanting system and underplanting system area located in Panca Mulya Village, Sungai Bahar District, Muaro Jambi Regency. The material used in this study was the Tenera variety of oil palm plants aged 4.5 years and 5.5 years. The study used a survey method with systematic sampling method. The main variables observed were plant production as well as physical plant additional variables, soil pH, light intensity, temperature, and humidity. The results showed that the replanting system significantly affected the production of oil palm plants and plant physicality, soil pH, light intensity, temperature, and air humidity. Palm oil crop production is higher in areas with simultaneous fallen replanting systems. Key words: replanting system, oil palm

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.33087/jagro.v5i1.88

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