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Prospek Ekonomi dan Budidaya Perkebunan Kelapa Sawit di Indonesia

Joko Ismoyo, Agung and Saiful M, Adi Auf and Supriadi, Cepi and Winianingsih, Dewi and Ayu Lestari, Firda and Marhama, Hasna and Pazriatu R, Intan (2018): Prospek Ekonomi dan Budidaya Perkebunan Kelapa Sawit di Indonesia.

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Planting oil palms must meet the growing conditions and appropriate cultivation methods so that the products obtained are in good condition, qualitatively and quantitatively. Palm oil contains high saturated fatty acids (> 50%) and relatively few polyunsaturated fatty acids (<10%). The oil produced can be exported to several countries, but there are problems in the export process of palm oil products, namely policies that are lacking, limited sources of funding, land conflicts and looting, even though the prospects or market demand for palm oil are quite large. do not have to worry about losses, multiple profits and the number of workers. The condition of oil palm planted on land will provide changes to the soil itself starting from the increase in pore space, changes in textures. The spread of oil palm plantations in Indonesia is currently developing in 22 provinces. The area of oil palm plantations in 1968 covering an area of 105,808 with production of 167,669 tons, in 2007 had increased to 6.6 million ha with production of around 17.3 million tons of CPO (Sastrosayono 2003). Oil palm plants are an excellent plantation commodity of Indonesia economically.

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