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Hybrid Oil Palm Seedlings ( Tenera Varieties)


Hybrid Oil Palm Seedlings ( Tenera Varieties) are a cross between dura and pisifera oil palms. They have the high oil yield of the dura palm, and the thin-shelled nuts of the pisifera palm. This makes them an ideal variety for commercial oil palm cultivation.

We offer the oil palm seedlings of about 6 months.

  • Super Gene like Tenera is a hybrid, but that is where the comparison stops.
  • SUpergene fruits in 2-3 years while Tenera fruits in 4-5 years
  • The parent’s materials of Super Gene are by far superior to Tenera.
  • The nuts are bigger, the productivity is higher, the waiting period before production is greatly reduced.
  • This specie (Supergene) is part of what makes Malaysia the number one Palm producer in the world due to its prolific production there.
  • We package and deliver nationwide
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Hybrid Oil Palm Seedlings ( Tenera Varieties)

Hybrid Oil Palm Seedlings ( Tenera Varieties) start fruiting after 3-5 years of planting. They can produce up to 200 bunches of fruit per year, and each bunch can weigh up to 30 kilograms. This means that a single tenera oil palm tree can produce up to 6,000 kilograms of oil per year.

Hybrid Oil Palm Seedlings ( Tenera Varieties) require a uniformly disseminated yearly precipitation of 2000 mm without a characterized dry season.
Best oil palm yields are obtained where a most extreme typical temperature of 29-33 degrees and a base typical temperature of 22-24 degrees are accessible.

The harvest requires 1800-2000 daylight hours every year, more than 300 cal/cm2/day, and steady daylight of something like 5 hours of the day for better oil palm yield.
Sodden, profound, and all-around depleted medium-finished soils wealthy in humus content are viewed as great.
Gravelly and sandy soils, especially the waterfront sands are not great for oil palm development. Weighty mud soils with unfortunate waste properties might present issues of air circulation during stormy seasons.

Hybrid Oil Palm Seedlings ( Tenera Varieties) Nursery Management
A nursery is raised by establishing developed grows at first in a pre-nursery bed or in polybags in an essential nursery and relocating them at a five-leaf stage to an optional nursery of huge estimated polybags.

The preparation combination is made by blending topsoil, sand, and all-around deteriorated dairy cattle fertilizer in equivalent extents. More modest polybags of 250 gauge and 23 x 13 cm size, ideally dark are utilized for raising essential nurseries.
The water prerequisite for various phases of development of seedlings are as per the following: 0 – 2 months at 4 mm/day, 2 – 4 months at 5 mm/day, 4 – a half years at 7 mm/day, and 6 – 8 months at 10 mm/day.

Field Planting
Set up the land for oil palm plantings something like 3 months prior to relocating the seedlings to the principal field. In soils with low porousness, seepage channels are to be developed to forestall water stagnation in upper layer of soil.

It is prudent to establish very much developed seedlings of 12 – 14 months old.
Relocating to the fundamental field must be finished during the beginning of the stormy season. In entirely impermeable soils and where there is an opportunity for the seedlings to endure seriously during the stormy season, legitimate seepage must be guaranteed.
Separating and strategy for planting

Three-sided procedure for planting with 9 x 9 x 9 m separating obliges 143 palms/ha. is being suggested.
Pits of 60 cm3 are taken before planting loaded up with encompassing dirt and permitted to settle. Rock phosphate is applied at 200 g for each establishing pit.

Nitrogen isn’t typically applied in the establishing pits as the utilization of composts might harm the underground root growth and influence the endurance of the plants on the off chance that there is a dry period not long after planting.
Nitrogen and potassium are generally applied 4 – a month and a half subsequent to planting. In Mg-lacking soils, magnesium is applied at 100 g as anhydrous MgSO4 or 200 g Epsom salt for each seedling.

Manure Requirement
The accompanying manure plan is suggested for oil palm until explicit outcomes are obtained from multilocational compost preliminaries.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for Hybrid Oil Palm Seedlings (Tenera Varieties)

What are the benefits of planting Tenera Oil Palm Seedlings?

  • High Yield: Tenera varieties can produce up to 200 bunches of fruit per year, with each bunch weighing up to 30 kg. This translates to a potential of 6,000 kg of oil per tree annually.
  • Shorter Fruiting Time: Tenera palms start bearing fruit after 3-5 years of planting, compared to longer waiting times for some other varieties.

What are the ideal growing conditions for Tenera Oil Palm Seedlings?

  • Climate: Tenera palms thrive in areas with consistent rainfall (around 2000 mm annually) and no distinct dry season. Ideal temperature ranges are 29-33°C maximum and 22-24°C minimum. They also require 1800-2000 daylight hours per year, with sunlight for at least 5 hours daily.
  • Soil: Well-drained, deep, and medium-textured soils rich in organic matter are preferred. Gravelly, sandy, or heavy clay soils are not suitable.

How are Tenera Oil Palm Seedlings typically cultivated?

  • Nursery Management: Seedlings are initially raised in a pre-nursery bed or polybags before being transplanted to a main nursery with larger polybags at the five-leaf stage. A specific potting mix is used, and watering requirements vary depending on the growth stage.
  • Field Planting: Land preparation should begin 3 months before transplanting seedlings. Well-developed seedlings (12-14 months old) are recommended for planting at the start of the rainy season. Proper drainage needs to be ensured in areas with heavy soils.

What is the recommended planting arrangement for Tenera Oil Palm Seedlings?

  • A three-sided planting pattern with a spacing of 9 meters x 9 meters x 9 meters allows for approximately 143 palms per hectare.
  • Planting pits are prepared, filled with surrounding soil, and allowed to settle. Fertilizer application includes rock phosphate and avoids nitrogen application at planting to prevent root damage during potential dry spells. Nitrogen, potassium, and magnesium (if needed) are applied later.


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