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the progress of palm oil industries significantly supports the national economy. the national industries from the upstream to the downstream sectors really give employments to the people and welfare tens of millions people
The fast progress of palm oil industries derives from the national palm oil plantation. If the palm oil plantations in 1983 were only 480 thousands hectares, ten years later, there were 1,613 millions hectares. In 2014, palm oil plantations are estimated to be 10,5 millions hectares.
The ownership of the palm oil plantations, based on the Ministry of Agriculture 2014, were 49% or 4,9 millions hectares belonged to the big private companeis, 690 thousands hectares belonged to the State Plantations and 45% or 4,5 millions hectares belonged to the farmers.
The farmers’ plantations portions are large enough and these are the modals. The better economy of the palm oil farmers, the better life will they have automatically. This relates one the other for most of the people in Indonesia are farmers in many villages.
According to General Director of Plantation, Ministry of Agriculture, Gamal Nasir, the farmers’ palm oil plantation should be noticed. Most of theirs have problems, such as, low productivity. Replanting is crucial to do to increase theirs.
“Farmers’ plantations having low productivity or more than 25 years old should be in replanting process,” Gamal mentioned. Furthermore, he also said that there are lots of them facing many challenges, such as, fake seeds and the expensive costs.
“Partnership with the company becomes the success to farmers’ plantation who want to do replanting,” Gamal explained. “The financial transparency should be run by the banks because it needs affiliation from the business world, or plantation companies,” he added.
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