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Oil palm diseases and disorders
P. D. Turner
by Oxford University Press, published for the Incorporated Society of Planters in Kuala Lumpur
Written in English
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Handbook of pests and diseases of oil palm. [Mohd. Basri B. Wahid.; Lembaga Minyak Sawit Malaysia.;] Print book: National government publication: English: Rating: based on 1 rating(s) 1 with a review. Subjects: Oil palm -- Diseases and pests -- Malaysia. Oil palm -- Diseases and pests. The pages of this tool offer a variety of resources to aid the user in the diagnosis of palm diseases and disorders. What's covered This tool includes diseases and disorders that may affect palms grown in the U.S. and the Caribbean.
Oil-palm is a well known commodity and this industry plays an important role in the Malaysian economy. This industry provides a source of oil product which contributes to the national economy. However, oil-palm diseases are a substantial source of monetary loss to planters and reduce the overall production of oil-palm. Disease outbreaks may. Palm Oil Disease Basal stem rot (BSR), caused by the fungus Ganoderma, is the most serious disease of oil palm in Malaysia and Indonesia. Previously, research on basal stem rot was hampered by the failure to artificially infect oil palms with the fungus.
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See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central. Peter D Turner (Author) See all formats Author: Peter D Turner. abnormal affected palms Agric appearance areas associated attack basal stem rot become blast disease boron deficiency bud rot Bull bunch rot cause cent Cercospora chlorosis chlorotic coconut Colombia colonized colour crown disease damage disease incidence disorder economic Ecuador elaeidis Elaeis guineensis especially fertilizer field palms foliar frequently fronds fruit.
The oil palm is subject to many abnormal conditions of growth and development, the causes of which are not known. The term plant failure was used for palms that almost ceased to grow.
The existence of serious diseases in some areas but not others justifies strict plant quarantine measures. Oil palm diseases and disorders. This book brings together most of the scattered information on the many diseases and disorders affecting oil palm (Elaeis guineensis).Cited by: Diseases And Disorders Of The Oil Palm In Malaysia Hardcover – January 1, by R.
Turner, P. D.; Bull (Author)Author: R. Turner, P. D.; Bull. Palm oil is widely used as a cooking oil, as an ingredient in many processed foods and as a substitute for butter.
Palm oil can be used to produce biodiesel. Palm oil is. The oil palm is the world's most valuable oil crop. With palm oil production increasing by more than 50% in the last decade of the twentieth century and set to double in the next twenty years, it has never before been so important to understand the history, use and cultivation of this fascinating crop.
There have been many new developments since the third edition of The Oil Palm in 5/5(1). Turner, P.D. () Oil Palm Diseases and University Press, Kuala Lumpur, p. Wanasuria, S. () Copper deficiency of oil palm on sandy soils in Sumatra.
Better Crops International,7, (2), Photo (At top left) Use of peat soil for poly-bag filling may result in severe Cu deficiency of the seedlings. For oil palm. Nutrient disorders – white stripe, abnormalities of genetic origin, abnormalities due to pests and diseases, and drought-related damage.
Reference tables – soil fertility for oil palm, leaf levels for oil palm and cover plants; nutrient removal, immobilization and recycling in adult oil palms in Malaysia; nutrient sources. Oil palm diseases and disorders. Kuala Lumpur: Published for the Inc. Society of Planters [by] Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Peter D Turner; Incorporated Society of Planters.
Palm Oil: Production, Processing, Characterization, and Uses serves as a rich source of information on the production, processing, characterization and utilization of palm oil and its also includes several topics related to oil palm genomics, tissue culture and genetic engineering of oil palm.
Left alone, oil palm has been known to live for periods up to years. Oil palm is the richest source for vegetable oil production with a capacity of tons of oil per ha per year. It is the most sustainable crop to feed the hungry mouths of the world as it is recognized universally as the most efficient, effective and highest yielding form.
For oil palm diseases, the basal stem rot (BSR) or Ganoderma is the most devastating disease in Malaysia, including Peninsular, Sabah and Sarawak. The estimated yield loss due to Ganoderma disease. Thirty two diseases and disorders affecting the oil palm in Africa, Southeast Asia and South America are described with their distribution, economic importance, etiology and control.
Of these, nine diseases are considered to be of major economic importance, 19 are of minor importance, and four are due to nutrient by: This revealed a variety of oil palm diseases, including algal, bacterial and fungal diseases; macro and micronutrient deficiency problems and genetic disorders.
Three diseases, namely brown germ, Curvularia leaf blight and Ganoderma basal stem rot, were classified as major diseases. This manual has been prepared primarily to help planters in Malaysia recognize the diseases and disorders of the oil palm which they may encounter in the field.
It is both timely and appropriate as the oil palm industry is developing rapidly in this part of the world. Its usefulness, however, extends far beyond Malaysia, and oil palm planters and their advisers all over the world will find this Cited by: Recently revised and updated, this ID deck is a diagnostic tool for landscape professionals and backyard hobbyists.
The color photographs and explanatory text helps users identify and distinguish between the nutritional deficiencies, physiological disorders and common diseases of ornamental palms.
(Diseases of Coconut and Oil palm) Palms of all ages are susceptible to the disease, but it is more severe in young palms of years. The first.
Diseases of oil palm affect different parts of the plants, namely roots, stem, fronds, inflorescence, and fresh fruit bunch (FFB). Oil palm diseases can be caused by fungi, bacteria, viruses, phytoplasma, nematodes, and parasitic plants. The damage of pests and Author: Gait Fee Chung.
Symptoms of disease infection viz., Basal stem rot, Bud rot, Stem wet rot, Orange spotting, Bunch rot, Upper stem rot, Spear rot, Fruit rot, Crown disease, Crown fracture, Bunch end rot and Bunch failure in oil palm were explained along with their management (8).
Health Effects of Palm Oil Article (PDF Available) in Journal of human ecology (Delhi, India) 26(3) June w Reads How we measure 'reads'.Our new suite of oil palm handbooks are now available. Nursery (from seed to seedling). Immature (from land clearing to first harvest with comprehensive coverage of replanting).
Mature (all aspects of mature oil palm management). Agronomy (all aspects of oil palm agronomy and methods for efficient resource use and yield intensification).The oil palm is the worlds most valuable oil crop. Its production has increased over the decades, reaching 56 million tons inand it gives the highest yields per hectare of all oil crops.
Remarkably, oil palm has remained profitable through periods of low prices. Demand for palm oil is also expanding, with the edible demand now complemented by added demand from biodiesel producers.