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  • oil palm natural diversity and the potential for yield

    Oil palm natural diversity and the potential for yield

    Thus, increase in yield potential of oil palm crop is a necessary, but not sufficient requirement for the sustainable future of tropical forests. The aim of this review is to acquaint the reader with natural diversity of oil palm species and how it can be used to increase productivity of the future oil palm plantations.

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    Loop | Mingsheng Chen

    Info: Editorial contributions currently displayed are for Frontiers articles published after 01/01/2014 only. Oil palm natural diversity and the potential for yield improvement Edson Barcelos

  • frontiers | understory vegetation in oil palm plantations

    Frontiers | Understory Vegetation in Oil Palm Plantations

    Oil palm is the most productive oil crop per unit area and is crucial to the economy of developing countries such as Malaysia and Indonesia. However, it is also highly controversial due to the impact it has on biodiversity. Inputs of herbicides to control understory vegetation in plantations are high, which is likely to harm native biodiversity, but may be unnecessary in protecting oil palm yield.

  • oil palm natural diversity and the potential for yield

    Oil palm natural diversity and the potential for yield

    Oil palm natural diversity and the potential for yield improvement. Frontiers in Plant Science 2015 Vol.6 No.March pp.190 ref.many should be raised to the full yield potential estimated at 11-18 t. The tree architecture must be changed to lower labor intensity and improve mechanization of the harvest.

  • oil palm natural diversity and the potential for yield

    Oil palm natural diversity and the potential for yield

    Oil palm natural diversity and the potential for yield improvement. (PMID:25870604 PMCID:PMC4375979) Abstract Citations Frontiers in Plant Science [27 Mar 2015, 6:190] Type: The global average yield of 3.5 tons of oil per hectare (t) should be raised to the full yield potential

  • oil palm natural diversity and the potential for yield

    Oil palm natural diversity and the potential for yield

    Oil palm natural diversity and the potential for yield improvement. By E. BARCELOS, S. de A. RIOS, R. N. V. CUNHA, American Oil Palm. Interspecies Oil Palm Hybrids. Natural Variation for Oil Palm Improvement. Genomics for Oil Palm Improvement. Increasing Oil Palm Productivity. Yield Gap Caused by the Diseases. Palm Oil Composition and Content.

  • welcome to mpob's journal of oil palm research website

    Welcome to MPOB's Journal of Oil Palm Research Website

    Malaysia's Journal of Oil Palm Research Website. Journal of Oil Palm Research Vol. 26 2014 March p. 1-24 DOI: The Future of Oil Palm as a Major Global Crop: Opportunities and Challenges

  • editorial: natural diversity in the new millennium

    Editorial: Natural diversity in the new millennium

    Oil palm natural diversity and the potential for yield improvement. Front. Plant Sci. 6 : 190 . 10.3389/fpls.2015.00190 [ PMC free article ] [ PubMed ] [ Cross Ref ]

  • oil palm natural diversity and the potential for yield

    Oil palm natural diversity and the potential for yield

    Barcelos, E., Rios, S. d. A., Cunha, R. N. V., Lopes, R., Motoike, S. Y., Babiychuk, E., et al. (2015). Oil palm natural diversity and the potential for yield

  • what is the future for oil palm as a global crop? | world

    What is the future for oil palm as a global crop? | World

    What is the future for oil palm as a global crop? West/Central Africa and Central/South America have the capacity to convert well over 30-40 Mha to oil palm with a current yield potential of 130- 170 Mt oil, and much more than that if the expected increases in crop yields are realised. Barcelos E et al (2015) Oil palm natural diversity

  • comparative transcriptomic analysis identifies genes

    Comparative transcriptomic analysis identifies genes

    Tea seed oil is known as one of the top four major woody oils after palm, olive, and coconut. for selection of high tea oil cultivars. Frontiers in natural diversity and the potential for

  • crop science abstract - symposium-1998 asa meeting

    Crop Science Abstract - SYMPOSIUM-1998 ASA MEETING

    Crop Science Abstract - SYMPOSIUM-1998 ASA MEETING -BALTIMORE Yield Potential: Its Definition, Measurement, and Significance View My Binders Yield gaps in oil palm: A quantitative review of contributing factors European Journal of Agronomy 2017 83

  • (pdf) cultivation history of camellia oleifera and genetic

    (PDF) Cultivation history of Camellia oleifera and genetic

    The potential in-terspecies hybrid zones between C. oleifera and its wild relative species may contain rich genetic diversity and provide natural breeding stations for selective breeding.

  • crop science abstract - symposium-1998 asa meeting

    Crop Science Abstract - SYMPOSIUM-1998 ASA MEETING

    Crop Science Abstract - SYMPOSIUM-1998 ASA MEETING -BALTIMORE Yield Potential: Its Definition, Measurement, and Significance View My Binders Yield gaps in oil palm: A quantitative review of contributing factors European Journal of Agronomy 2017 83

  • (pdf) editorial: natural diversity in the new millennium

    (PDF) EDITORIAL: Natural Diversity in the New Millennium

    EDITORIAL: Natural Diversity in the New Millennium Article (PDF Available) in Frontiers in Plant Science 6(177) · October 2015 with 64 Reads DOI: 10.3389/fpls.2015.00897

  • exploring yield gaps in smallholder oil palm production

    Exploring yield gaps in smallholder oil palm production

    Exploring yield gaps in smallholder oil palm production systems in eastern Sumatra, Indonesia PALMSIM simulates potential oil palm growth and yield on a monthly time step for the typical commercial life landholder engagement, and oil palm expansion on the Malaysian and Indonesian frontiers. Geogr. J., 175 (2009), pp. 112-123, 10.1111/j

  • birds defend oil palms from herbivorous insects - koh

    BIRDS DEFEND OIL PALMS FROM HERBIVOROUS INSECTS - Koh

    These findings suggest that insectivorous birds deliver a natural pest control service for oil palm agriculture, which is important not only for the direct benefits it delivers for human welfare, but also in strengthening the economic justifications for conserving the remaining natural habitats and biodiversity in agricultural landscapes.

  • pemanfaatan teknologi genomika dan transformasi

    PEMANFAATAN TEKNOLOGI GENOMIKA DAN TRANSFORMASI

    One of the main constrains oil palm cultivation in Indonesia is the low productivity with national yield average of 4 ton oil/ha/year much lower than the yield potential of up to 18.5 ton oil/ha/year.

  • oil palm expansion transforms tropical landscapes

    Oil palm expansion transforms tropical landscapes

    The potential for yield increases in both smallholdings and industrial plantations is substantial. A realistic value for palm oil yield potential in favourable environments, averaged over the economic life of planting after canopy closure, is around 10–11 t ha −1 yr −1 (Breure, 2003).

  • understory vegetation in oil palm plantations benefits

    Understory vegetation in oil palm plantations benefits

    11 4 School of Natural Sciences, Bangor University which is likely to harm native biodiversity, but may be unnecessary in protecting oil palm 29 yield. In this study we investigate the effects of understory manipulation using herbicides on soil (RSPO) (Tayleur et al., 2018). Oil palm has the potential to implement 53 relatively long

  • oil palm expansion transforms tropical landscapes

    Oil palm expansion transforms tropical landscapes

    The potential for yield increases in both smallholdings and industrial plantations is substantial. A realistic value for palm oil yield potential in favourable environments, averaged over the economic life of planting after canopy closure, is around 10–11 t ha −1 yr −1 (Breure, 2003).

  • understory vegetation in oil palm plantations benefits

    Understory vegetation in oil palm plantations benefits

    11 4 School of Natural Sciences, Bangor University which is likely to harm native biodiversity, but may be unnecessary in protecting oil palm 29 yield. In this study we investigate the effects of understory manipulation using herbicides on soil (RSPO) (Tayleur et al., 2018). Oil palm has the potential to implement 53 relatively long

  • crushing machine for palm oil frond

    crushing machine for palm oil frond

    Frontiers | Oil palm natural diversity and the potential for yield Oil palm cultivation is one of the most profitable land uses in the humid tropics.

  • 2050 compact soybean oil extraction machines in china

    2050 compact soybean oil extraction machines in china

    Frontiers | Oil palm natural diversity and the potential. Oil palm natural diversity and the potential for yield improvement To extract the best quality oil, farmers have only limited period of time to deliver their produce to the oil extraction mills.

  • ricardo lopes - academia.edu

    Ricardo Lopes - Academia.edu

    Oil palm natural diversity and the potential for yield improvement more by Ricardo Lopes African oil palm has the highest productivity amongst cultivated oleaginous crops.

  • landscape constraints on functional diversity of

    LANDSCAPE CONSTRAINTS ON FUNCTIONAL DIVERSITY OF

    Felicity A. Edwards, David P. Edwards, Keith C. Hamer and Richard G. Davies, Impacts of logging and conversion of rainforest to oil palm on the functional diversity of birds in

  • and the environment - isaacslab.ent.msu.edu

    and the Environment - isaacslab.ent.msu.edu

    Frontiers inEcology and the Environment From research to action: enhancing crop yield through wild pollinators linating oil palm and the squash-bee Peponapis pruinosa pollinating pumpkin All of these factors point to the potential benefit of practices that boost the species richness and abun-

  • sustainable management in crop monocultures: the impact

    Sustainable Management in Crop Monocultures: The Impact

    Sustainable Management in Crop Monocultures: The Impact of Retaining Forest on Oil Palm Yield the relationship between the extent and proximity of both contiguous and fragmented dipterocarp forest cover and oil palm yield, controlling for variation in oil palm age and for environmental heterogeneity by incorporating proximity to non-native

  • society for conservation biology

    Society for Conservation Biology

    Society for Conservation Biology World Bank, there is a potential economic drain of as much as $32.6 billion by the end of 2015 if the recent Ebola epidemic spreads into neighbouring countries beyond Liberia, , an investment in high‐yield oil palm plantations, through better seed quality and

  • sustainable management in crop monocultures: the impact

    Sustainable Management in Crop Monocultures: The Impact

    Sustainable Management in Crop Monocultures: The Impact of Retaining Forest on Oil Palm Yield (mean dominant soil coverage was 96.4%±0.01 SE of coupe area), because these environmental variables have the potential to influence oil palm growth and yield. there was also a large variation in oil palm yield, spanning over an order of

  • sustainable management in crop monocultures: the impact

    Sustainable Management in Crop Monocultures: The Impact

    Sustainable Management in Crop Monocultures: The Impact of Retaining Forest on Oil Palm Yield the relationship between the extent and proximity of both contiguous and fragmented dipterocarp forest cover and oil palm yield, controlling for variation in oil palm age and for environmental heterogeneity by incorporating proximity to non-native

  • society for conservation biology

    Society for Conservation Biology

    Society for Conservation Biology World Bank, there is a potential economic drain of as much as $32.6 billion by the end of 2015 if the recent Ebola epidemic spreads into neighbouring countries beyond Liberia, , an investment in high‐yield oil palm plantations, through better seed quality and

  • one hundred important questions facing plant science

    One hundred important questions facing plant science

    We sought to illustrate the importance and potential of plant science to the broader public. canola (Brassica napus), sunflower (Helianthus spp.) and oil palm (Elaeis guineensis) and commodity crops such as cotton (Gossypium spp.), tea It is therefore essential that we address the yield gap; the difference between future yield

  • zsl publications

    ZSL Publications

    However, conversion of forests to oil palm greatly reduced both species and functional diversity. We suggest ecosystem functioning will be negatively impacted in oil palm, but quantifying the precise consequences across all habitats remains a major knowledge gap.

  • executive summary | sustainable agriculture and the

    Executive Summary | Sustainable Agriculture and the

    Agriculture and forestry are major human activities on the global landscape. Increasingly, data show that many widely employed agricultural and forestry practices are having significant adverse effects on local and regional soil conditions, water quality, biological diversity, climatic patterns, and long-term biological and agricultural productivity.

  • new frontiers: an enriched perspective on extraction frontiers

    New frontiers: an enriched perspective on extraction frontiers

    palm oil, and other bio-industrial cash crops for food or energy, a growing demand for natural resources, carbon-storage trading initiatives such as the Reduced Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD+) scheme and other environmentally

  • 2 biofuel supply chain - the national academies press

    2 Biofuel Supply Chain - The National Academies Press

    Suggested Citation:"2 Biofuel Supply Chain."National Research Council. 2011. Renewable Fuel Standard: Potential Economic and Environmental Effects of U.S. Biofuel Policy.

  • agroforestry and silvopastoral systems potential to

    Agroforestry and Silvopastoral Systems Potential to

    Agroforestry and Silvopastoral Systems Potential to Enhance Food Security and Environmental Sustainability in South East Asia (2012) Agroforestry and Silvopastoral Systems Potential to Enhance Food Security Devendra C (2007) Integrated tree-crops ruminant systems: expanding the research and development frontiers in the oil palm. In

  • implementation of integrated pest management based

    Implementation of integrated pest management based

    International network for natural sciences is a global research journal publisher Detrivore augmentation is a part of Integrated Pest Management (IPM) tactic based on local potential owned by farmers. Its main objective is to increase th Local and landscape drivers of arthropod diversity and decomposition processes in oil palm leaf