Wednesday, December 17, 2014

The branding of ecological oil palm cultivation

Note the Botanic Island Two at the background.
Pic shows oil palm trees planted at Zone E, looking west.

Orange Bellied Flowerpecker
making residence at the park
 The planting of oil palm in the Kambatik Park strictly follows an eco plan.  Its tree planting integration mode, enhanced land use design and planning, and deep ecology concerns in wildlife conservation are hallmarks of oil palm cultivation the eco-way.  There is no negative perceptions.  No soil erosion due to excessive application of weedkillers so prevalent in the conventional big industry players practice.  Use of toxic weedkillers is totally prohibited because it goes against the grain of wildlife preservation. The characteristic integrative planting  of oil palm trees into the existing forest ecosystems (secondary or virgin) ensures the preservation of ecological bio-diversity.  The Kambatik Park has over two years released reliable images on the different bio-diversity litmus test results generated at the park. More stories and adventures about the branding of oil palm cultivation the eco-way will be shared in future posts.
Another view of Zone E, looking north.
In the background is partly seen Botanic Island Two - a preserved area for bio-diversity purpose.

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