The Oil Palm: Corley/The Oil Palm

  title={The Oil Palm: Corley/The Oil Palm},
  author={R. H. V. Corley and P. Bernard Tinker},
Future scenarios for oil palm mortality and infection by Phytophthora palmivora in Colombia, Ecuador and Brazil, extrapolated to Malaysia and Indonesia
The effect of CC on P. palmivora disease and on OP survival via a CLIMEX model for future suitable growth of OP is investigated and Brazil appears less threatened by the disease under these scenarios, but their OP is likely to have 100% mortality.
Fertilizer management effects on oil palm yield and nutrient use efficiency on sandy soils with limited water supply in Central Kalimantan
AbstractIdentifying optimal fertilizer management to ensure high nutrient use efficiency is important to reduce negative environmental impacts in oil palm (Elaeis guineensis) cultivation. A 4-year
Palm oil plantation productivity during the establishment of the Malaysian refinery sector, 1970–1990
ABSTRACT The Malaysian palm oil sector is an example of how a developing country can manage to establish itself as a world leader in the production and processing of an agricultural crop. This paper
Fatty Acid Direct Production from Palm Kernel Oil
Fatty acid is one of oleochemical products that can be obtained from palm kernel oil. The fatty acids can be produced enzymatically hydrolyzing palm oil by using lipase. This study aims to assess the
Mapping rubber trees based on phenological analysis of Landsat time series data-sets
Abstract This study proposes a strategy for accurate mapping of rubber trees through the analysis of Landsat time series datasets. The phenological dynamics of rubber trees were derived from the
African and Atlantic Worlds
Alterations in Mycelial Morphology and Flow Cytometry Assessment of Membrane Integrity of Ganoderma boninense Stressed by Phenolic Compounds
This study assessed naturally occurring phenolic compounds as a green control measure to suppress the pathogen Ganoderma boninense and confirmed the fungistatic effects of GA and THY.
Effect of supplementary irrigation on the transpiration and reproductive development of oil palm trees during the dry season in Tabasco, Mexico
Some oil palm production zones have periods of low rainfall, eliciting to water stress and impacting yields. The objective of this study was to evaluate the effect of the supplementary irrigation