Pictures, oil palm

A poorly managed oil palm plant near Mumias Town, 2.5 years.

A poorly managed oil palm plant near Mumias Town, 2.5 years.

A well managed oil palm plantation at Mr Mandus' farm, Shianda village, Mumias District.

A well managed oil palm plantation at Mr Mandus' farm, Shianda village, Mumias District.

An oil palm plantation at Bukura Agricultural Training College

An oil palm plantation at Bukura Agricultural Training College

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3 Responses

  1. i am a final year law student of a Nigerian Univeristy with the intention of going into oil palm plantation after school.
    Please could you help me with advise on the necessary procedures to be followed as to a fruitful and profitable business.

  2. I would suggest you start by contacting the Nigerian Institute for Oil Palm Research, if you have not already.
    Website: http://www.nifor.org
    Telephone: +234-52-602485
    Postal Address: P. M. B. 1030, Benin City
    e-mail: info@nifor.org; nifor@infoweb.com.ng
    NIFOR are highly expert in the field. After all, Malaysia started with oil palm seedlings sent from NIFOR in the early 1960s.
    You may also like to have a look at a paper by Ataga, D.O., Ilechie, C.O., & Omoti, U. and you can find a copy at:
    http://www.eurojournals.com/ejss_7_1_07.pdf.

  3. i want to buy a palm oil extracting machine can i get enough friuts in western kenya

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