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Red Palm Oil Tree Plantation is one of the most useful plantation in the world. Nothing in palm tree that is not useful, from the fruit to the palm frond, everything is used for one thing or the other that brings benefit to man. The use of red oil palm fruit to extract edible and useful red oil has been in practice all over the world for many centuries.

Almost the entire economy of countries such as Malaysia depends of palm oil plantation and exportation. Making the country one of the biggest player in the palm oil industry. They account for the estimated 5% of global productions. Malaysia is currently producing more than 20 million tonnes of palm oil and holds the second largest palm oil producer position in the world.

According to tales, Malaysia got their palm fruit from Nigeria who used to be the origin of this product and one of the biggest producer in the past. Whether that is true is yet to be verified. But what really happened to this sector of viable agriculture in Nigeria? If the wealth of entire nation could depend on this product, does that not tell you the amount of revenue in palm oil plantation business that we are neglecting?

Palm oil is the red oil extract from the oil palm fruit ‘Elaeis guineensis’ while palm kernel oil is also derived from the seed of the same oil palm fruit. Palm oil is the best cooking oil in the world due to its low content of cholesterol. It is a healthy cooking oil, more health than the vegetable oil in the market.

Palm oil is sold both in the local and international markets. If you have good quantity of palm oil, selling it is never a problem because it is a product that always in high demand. A good palm oil plantation is capable of producing thousands of tonnes of palm oil in a year that can be sold for million of naira in the local market. It can also be exported to oversea and sell for foreign currency.

Why are Nigerian farmer shying away from this goldmine? The main reason most Nigerians farmers are not paying attention to oil palm tree plantation is because they think palm tree take so many years to mature to the point of production, therefore they are not ready to wait. That is total ignorance. There are varieties of palm tree that starts producing just two years after planting.

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This means, if you start your own palm oil tree plantation this year, you start harvesting your palm produce in two years time! If that is the case, then what are you waiting for? Start planting your own palm oil tree plantation now and let’s see how it goes in two years time.

This is how to proceed with setting up your palm oil tree plantation.

Look For Suitable Land

Almost all lands in Nigeria, especially East and West is suitable for palm tree survival and proper yield. Get a good quantity of land in acres in a good location. Good location I mean land in a place that is motorable, at least tractors and lorries would be able to get in there.

If you are not sure of the quality of the soil, whether it is suitable for palm tree plantation or not, you can take the sample to Nigerian Institute for Oil Palm Research (NIFOR). They will be able to analyze and make recommendation. You can get much more additional information from them as regard your venture and the merits.

After buying the land, you prepare it in good condition. I recommend that you use Tractor Soil Pulverizers to loosen the soil, pulverize, and level packed or encrusted soils. Remove hard roots in preparation for palm seedlings, making the soil well suited for planting.

Before preparing the land, you have to get the palm nursery ready. You have two options, either to germinate your own seeds or buy already germinated seedlings.

Germinate Your Own Seeds

Get the high yield seed from the Nigerian Institute for Oil Palm Research or any other places you can find it and make it germinate. If you do not take care of the seeds, it will take several years before they germinate. To make it germinate fast, the seeds are kept in a very hot room. This makes the seeds to germinate in about 90 to 100 days.

Palm Oil Plantation in Nigeria

Wilmar Oil Palm Nursery in Ekong Anaku, Cross River State

When the seeds are germinated, you transfer them into small plastic container with black loam manured oil. They will grow new leaf every month. The young seedlings will stays in the container for 4 to 5 months. When the seedling begins to bring out new leaf with two points (bifid leaf) you start transplanting to the nursery.

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The seedlings will stay in the nursery for 1 year. By that time, they will have about 15 green leaves. Then you finally transplant them into your prepared farm land. The overall period it will take before the seedlings are transplanted into the farm is 15 to 17 months old.

Or you can just go to the agricultural institute to buy already prepared seedling at about N120 per seedling. If you are planting 10,000 palms, you will have to have 120 x 10,000 = N1.2 Million. So, germinating your own seedling is less costly but takes some times.

Planting Your Seedlings

You palm need to be planted preferably at the rainy season when it will have enough water in the soil for sustaining the young palm. Plant with proper spacing, taking into cognizance grown period when the palm frond will be spread all over the place.

My experience with palm oil plantation according to a Nairaland user. I started my own oil palm nursery in early 2011 with 1575 seeds, bought from NIFOR at N15,000 per pack, each pack had 525 seeds. I grew the nursery for 14 months. by June 2012 I cleared land for planting. pegging was carried out, then digging and planting. 1050 trees were planted, it took me almost 4 weeks with 10 men to carry out the all work on a 7 hectare farm.

Spacing Palm Oil Tree Plantation

Spacing for my palms was 7[10] meters by 7[10] meters in a triangle. First weeding and fertilizer application was carried out after 3 months. NPK Fertilizer was applied to each palm tree. Second weeding was done 3 months latter, towards the end of the raining season. By may this year, I had carried out first weeding and fertilizer application 1 bought 3 bags of NPK Fertilizers at N6,800 per bag (open market price, may 2013) most of the labor was done by myself with the help of some relative. The land used is inherited land. the money I have spend thus far is around N250,000.

Right Density

It is important to plant at the right density, the spacing in the above quotation is considered low density and low density oil palm doesn’t produce well. Therefore, to be sure of the right density before planting, you must peg out the area properly. The distance must be the same between rows and in each row should also be the same distance between oil palms.

If the oil palms are planted too close together, the roots get in each others way, and the leaves do not have enough air and sun: the yield will be low. If the oil palms are not planted close enough together, each separate tree produces much, but the roots do not use all the soil: the yield per hectare will be low.

The Proper Pegging Measurement

Trace lines across the slope and put in your pegs in straight lines; leave 7.8 meters between rows and 9 metres between pegs. In this way you can plant 143 oil palms per hectare; this is the best density. Pull out tree stumps and remove fallen trees close to the pegs, because these stumps and trees would interfere with the oil palms.

Having done your part of setting up your oil palm plantation in Nigeria, the next is to maintain it and wait for your yield. Palm tree starts yielding fruits just two years after planting. From that moment onwards, you will be harvesting cash all year round for generations.

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81 Comments

  • Anonymous September 12, 2013

    Thanks for the write up sir. I have three questions, which r as follows;
    1. The rainy season here in the north has already gone far, is it still advisable to go ahead with the plantation? Also, can one do the planting outside the rainy season?
    2. By an average projection, how many tones of oil-palm fruit would be harvested from 10,000 oil-palm tree?
    3. How viable is the market for the fruits?
    Thank you very much in anticipation of your favourable response.

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  • Darlinton Omeh September 12, 2013

    Now is the perfect time to start planting, when the rain is not too much. Palm does well at the nursery stage when the rain is moderate or towards the end of raining season.

    I think the estimate of what do expect in your production s already in the article.

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  • Anonymous September 13, 2013

    Thanks for the feedback sir. I did a little market survey and realised that the oil-palm fruits has little or no viable market here in the north, THE OIL ITSELF IS WHAT IS IN HIGH DEMAND.
    1.How about installing a small scale processing facility alongside the plantation so as to process the oil-palm, and the oil from the nuts?
    2. If no.1 is a good idea, is the processing facility available here in Nigeria? And what is the cost for the facilities?
    Sorry for bordering you with loads of questions, its part of me. My fiance also do complain that I ask toooo much questions.
    Thank you very much once again, and remain blessed.

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    • Darlinton Omeh September 13, 2013

      Are you cultivating oil palm to sell the fruit? You should be surveying about the palm oil and palm kernel oil, not the palm fruit.

      About the processing facility and the cost of setting it up,pay and lets carry out the specific research for you+

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    • Anonymous September 15, 2013

      Ok sir. Drop your office address/contact. Will travel to lagos and meet you one on one as soon as I am ready. Thanks once again.

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  • Anonymous September 20, 2013

    Research guys. The devil is always in the detail. Do delicate research about the natural condition of the area. It includes rain precipitation, sun light, water deficit, temperature, humidity, absence of rain in a year, soil characteristic, topography, organic/peat quality, soil drainage, top soil thickness, etc. Even Okomu and Presco share the same state but their soil quality is different and water deficit is different, at the end they get different result. You only will make USD 400 profit from one hectare of oil palm plantation in A YEAR if you don't process it into CPO/red oil. It bases on report regarding small scale oil palm grower in Indonesia and Malaysia. Bad news is northern part of Nigeria is not suitable to grow oil palm, except if you can live with very low yield.

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    • Darlinton Omeh September 20, 2013

      There is huge difference between paper theory and practical experience. In most cases, paper theory would want you to believe that nothing works, while practical experience tells you that something works.

      While it is very important to do soil analysis and carry out detailed research about the area you wants to start your palm plantation, I must tell you that no soil on earth contains 90% requirements. Palm can do and indeed does very well in Nigeria without all these gigantic theories.

      I was born and brought up in a community that does palm plantation as a matter of custom. We plant palms indiscriminately and they still grow and does well.

      $400 annual profit from one acre is like prophecy of doom. My family palm plantation is just about one acre of ordinary traditional red oil palm and it used to produce red oil worth of N250,000 annually. Imagine what it would be if those palms where to be the improve high yield variety?

      Forget those report that are most times carried out in an AC office without recourse to what is obtainable in reality. The report is said to be BASED on Indonesia and Malaysia small scale palm growers, the same countries whose entire economy is powered by Palm! If palm is such delicate, I don't think even families in those countries would depend on it let alone the whole economy? Reports sometimes are poisonous!!

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      • Thebest Ever May 11, 2014

        My brother in Malaysia one and half acre of land palm fruits yield about 3000 $ a month I know about this cause of my Chinese friends that's what they do but their seeds is a very high breed as one tree can produce upto 12- 20 bunches of palm fruits in a month. And they don't wait until it is ripped before cutting it off the tree another thing is that Malaysia don't separate red oil and kernels they process unripe fruit to get cooking oil .

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  • Anonymous September 25, 2013

    What is the yield of Fresh Fruit Bunch you can get from one hectare (not acre) in a year? How much is per ton FFB? How much is cost of fertilizer? How about labour cost to apply fertilizer, weeding, harvesting? For good first three year you will not harvest anything but incurring cost to maintain immature plant. Do the math bro. USD 400 is very realistic number for planning an investment, because you can't say the whole 25 years you are going to get maximum yield. Matter a fact peak period of oil palm is only 5-6 years and the rest only give maximum 80-90% yield. First harvest in the forth year only going to give 30% yield, fifth year increase to 50-60%, and continue to increase gradually till it reaches its peak period then start declining again. Research is different from desk study that you mentioned in office with AC. Research is done with real people, real plantation, real work. It is good for being optimistic but it is dangerous for being blinded by optimism. That is why it is important to do delicate research before starting your plantation.

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    • Darlinton Omeh September 25, 2013

      Thank you for the intelligent comment. Maybe you can write full article on some of the research process let's publish here?

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  • Anonymous September 26, 2013

    I will bro. I would be happy to do it because this page is a positive endeavor to promote entrepreneurship to Nigerians. Sharing positiveness is much better for us to create optimism than whining about lack of facilities and poor opportunities.

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  • Anonymous September 26, 2013

    Hello Darlinton,
    Thanks for your write up. I intend to start an Oil Palm plantation soon. Please, what is the name of the variety of palm tree that starts producing after two years of planting? Where can one get this variety that you have spoken about?

    Regards.

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    • Darlinton Omeh October 3, 2013

      hybrid DxP, Tenera, Dura, etc… You'll get them at the Nigerian Institute for Oil Palm Research (NIFOR)

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  • Saheed October 3, 2013

    Hello Mr Darlinton, Thanks for your wite-up, very encouraging. regrds

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  • Anonymous October 10, 2013

    Bro, please what is the cost of the seed in Nifor, i mean the one that has already germinated.After buying these seed what else will i be needing before they are moved to the farm

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    • Darlinton Omeh December 20, 2013

      I don't like the idea of jumping into comment to ask questions without first reading the article properly. I mentioned in the article that a palm seedling cost N120 each from NIFOR, why not go down to NIFOR and inquire from them the cost per seedling.

      Some one got a pack at N15,000 per pack, each pack had 525 seeds. All these info are in the article.

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      • Onochie Jebose John April 28, 2016

        How can I reach Darlinton Omeh. I want to go into palm plantation and will need information on how to get palm seedling. A good breed.

        Thank you

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  • Anonymous October 11, 2013

    Thanks for the enlightenment have a farm which contain 400 trees of tenera planted in 2011,when am l expecting the harvest and where can l get the machine for processing the oil . thanks.Eld felix

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  • Faleye Emmanuel December 20, 2013

    pleas sir, to be specific, how many stand of parm tree can i plant in a plot of land (a plot is 60ft by 120ft

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    • Darlinton Omeh December 20, 2013

      Faleye, what you are asking me is already explained on the article. Read it again and follow the suggested measurements.

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  • Anonymous December 24, 2013

    hello Mr D, pls can u assist me wt a rough yield i can get per tree or acre of land. sorry 4 d inconvinience.
    Muyiwa.

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    • Darlinton Omeh December 24, 2013

      Such estimate is difficult because a lot of things are derived from palm tree. Palm oil, Palm kernel, Brooms, even palm wine 😀 and so on. So, which one do you want the estimate?

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      • Uzoechi Collins June 21, 2016

        thank you so much, Mr D for your wonderful write up that had been a facilitator and a quench to my quest for knowledge on how to plant palm trees. Inasmuch as I will continue to be grateful to you for your advice, i would also like to ask for your opinion on how to process and bottle palm wine and the possible preservatives for palm wine when bottled. May God bless you abundantly as grant my humble plea.Amen
        Uzoechi Collins.A student from College of the Immaculate Conception(C.I.C), Enugu.

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  • Anonymous December 24, 2013

    I am interested in palm oil and the kernnel.
    muyiwa

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  • Peter Ok January 2, 2014

    Again Darlington with all due respect how many palm tree fruit can be planted in a one(1) acre Land. Pls understand most of us here can't do the rough Maths that's why am humbly asking.

    Thanks

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  • Abiodun Akinbule January 18, 2014

    Dear Mr. Darlington, please I would like to know the particular type of npk fertilizer you said you bought (15-15-15 or others) and at what rate it was applied on the field. Thanks.

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  • Anonymous February 19, 2014

    Dear M Darlington
    thank you very much for the effort you are putting in order to promote entrepreneurship in Nigeria..but still have some series of questions to ask and the question is as fellows
    (1)…i want to go into palm oil plantation in my state(ebonyi) but i am not in the country presently and really wanna settle down as an agriculturist pls dose your company have a body that can be employed to take care of the seeds till it grows and start germinating? if yes please give me your contact so as to discus with you

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  • alan May 2, 2014

    Hi everyone – I am the manager of a middle size oil palm plantation – around 800 trees but to be extended to 1600 next year. If any reader wish to ask me anything or pick my brains on the oil palm subject please go ahead. We are very much into organic fertilization. This benefits the soil in the long term and cuts costs.

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    • Anonymous May 3, 2014

      Alan you need to share your contact details if u want people to reach you

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    • Anonymous May 3, 2014

      Alan you need to share your contact details if u want to be reached

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    • Atukadgodfada January 11, 2016

      PLS GIVE CONTACT DETAILS

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    • sunny April 27, 2018

      Alan, pls where are you located? i am also interested in organic fertilizer and
      iam running a very small plantation of 400 stands for now and want to expand as time goes on.

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    • Adebowale Iposu August 23, 2018

      Hello
      I am currently involved the marketing arm of the palm oil while looking to see how to start the plantation proper
      Please can i have your number?
      Regards
      Adebowale

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  • Anonymous May 13, 2014

    This is great.I am also thinking of going into Palm Oil plantation sometime next year.But I know little or nothing about Palm oil.This write-up has answered a lot of questions I used to be afraid of. I am thinking at setting it up in Ede, Osun State.My main objective is exporting the matured fruit,though has to start with local

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  • Vincent Arifalo June 10, 2014

    Thanks for the great article.I will like to know more about the species of oil palm that mature in 2 years.

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  • MOG February 18, 2015

    I AM INTERESTED IN OIL PALM PLANTATION. WHAT IS YOUR CONTACT

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  • Anonymous March 11, 2015

    Darlinton O, You have rally done well in enlightening us in the area of oil palm plantation. I in particular really benefited a lot.
    Thanks

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  • Ayodele Farinde May 28, 2015

    What is the value of palm oil one can get from 1 hectare of oil palm annually.

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  • Ihebuzor Nonso December 20, 2015

    Hello Darlington, I stumbled on your write up and found it quite educating. Please can you aid me in locating any person who is well experienced in handling the nurseries? Thanks

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  • Richy January 23, 2016

    Pl mr darlington can you avail us the contact phone number of the nifor so we can also make enquiry from them thanks

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    • Darlinton Omeh January 23, 2016

      I don’t have a contact phone number you can call. You need to visit the institute, not everything you can get through phone calls. Meanwhile you can check their website and see if there is phone numbers you can call.

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  • Moss January 29, 2016

    Interesting piece. I run an oil palm plantation estate. Its true that most people do not know the profitability of oil palm. We are empowering Nigeria by selling/leasing this oil palm plantation estate at a reasonable price anyone (student, retiree, worker etc) can own a plantation. We help.to maintain it over the period of palm life. Please interested buyers can mail me

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    • Cornel March 9, 2016

      Am interested, old send me details of your offering.

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    • Eliz March 25, 2016

      Hello Moss, i am interested owning an oil palm plantation as mentioned above. Please how do i get in touch with you. i need to know the location and necessary requirements. Thank you.

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  • Ifeanyichukwu Hillary February 2, 2016

    Dalinton, thank you very much.

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  • momoh March 3, 2016

    God bless u sir for the insightful and expository write up on oil palm plantation. This has been my preferred farming choice, having managed one before now. I have first hand knowledge of oil palm. From nursing to pegging, planting, pruning, harvesting etc. I have been able to secure two acres of land in Ifo Ota Ogun state. The land is along the express road, I intend to take the soil for testing at NIFOR. My question is; do you think the two acres is idea for a start?

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  • anyanwu March 7, 2016

    Sir
    first thanks for the insightful write up like most comments here we are confused as to what an acre is in terms of dimension as most of us are use to plots of either 60ftx120ft or 50×100.
    we have an existing palm plantation which have over grown as most are up to 30 to 40 years and the yield has dropped drastically what do you advice should we cut it down to plant the high yield
    lastly what is the cost of a mini palm processing mill of say 5 -10 tonne FFB ( fresh fruit bunch) and where can one acquire it

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  • Bisi March 24, 2016

    Hi Dalington,

    I have been trying to get information on the market for FFB in Southwest Nigeria. Do you know of any farming/marketing bodies that can supply them to a mill?

    Also, for a palm oil processing mill, can they reasonably be in operation all year round? I assume that palm fruits are harvested during certain periods in the year. Is this correct? If so, how does a mill survive in the off-season?

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  • James Omale April 4, 2016

    Thank you very much Darlington.

    I have benefited greatly too. I appreciate the way you handle those with contrary view, quite professional.

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  • Freddy April 7, 2016

    I have an eleven acre palm plantation in the south west. The farm is now 10 years old. I bought the nurseries from John Holt farms. However I am surprised that every year this farm barely give me 100,000 naira. I am thinking now while I read your article may be I am being short changed by the guys managing it for me because I don’t live in the country. I only visit once in a while. Please can you tell me if something is wrong because the nurseries are all hybrid/high yield breeds.

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  • Adeoye April 18, 2016

    Good professional and business talk. I am available for consultancy services especially for those in the south West Nigeria. I have been into plantation business over eleven years.Contact me on.You will never regret.

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    • emmanuel A June 5, 2016

      how can i reach you adeoye
      emmanuel A

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    • Ayo June 10, 2016

      Hi Adeoye could I have u contact number or u have an email address I would reach you on

      Thanks

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  • Amir Sumardi April 20, 2016

    What’s price USD/kg for FFB / oil palm fruit in Nigeria ? Our company are looking for potencial to build palm oil mill, thanks for your information.

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    • Richard October 1, 2017

      hello Amir Sumardi,u said your company is looking for a place to setup palm oil mill my Name is Richard,am look for this opportunity I have a place for it but now money to acquired the machine,I like us to sit on it if possible am interested Tel 08153529004,proper discussion thanks.

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    • Nwabuka Micah C. May 22, 2018

      Hello Amir, contact me for necessary arrangements towards that. I am a land surveyor and an estate manager/ 08068157592

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  • Adelusi Adebemiga April 27, 2016

    Sir, may God lift u higher in jesus name amen.
    Sir, while going through ur article u said that 143 oil palm is planted in one hectare with the spacing, my question goes those how did u estimate the 143oilpalm/hectare? Is there a formula u used or it was after transplanting before u counted it? Once again thank u very much 4 sir, I look foward 4 ur reply.

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  • I want to be involved in palm oil plantation, to be precise I have family land to start with, and I will preferred to prepared my own nursery because of finical problem, but I will I know the best canal fruit to used, and I need am advice and how to go about it. Please… Someone should help me our.

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  • kingsoau August 11, 2016

    Good evening one,

    I must commend the effort of everyone that have taking their time to put up all these priceless information. My question is are their gona be available market for the palm oil seeds/ oil after all these efforts. The reasons why am asking this question is that several years ago i was deceived into fish farming and after the whole stock were ready, i could not find any available market. I was forced to sell at lower rate. Please someone advice

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    • Olusegun April 17, 2018

      There always market for it everywhere. Infact, everything produced by palm tree is money now.

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  • ummhazi November 1, 2016

    Please send your contact to my Email I need vital information on the procurement of Malaysian palm breed

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  • JCOLCHLIMITED January 29, 2017

    good day sir,kindly send me your contact number.i have an inherited land in the east i want to use for this purpose and i will need your guideline on how to commence,most especially to buy the palm seed.thanks.

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  • JCOLCHLIMITED January 29, 2017

    sir,kindly send me the contact for the Nigerian Institute for Oil Palm Research,thanks.

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  • zenith1407 March 29, 2017

    Good day sir, I am interested in starting a high yield palm farm, i would wand a short training course and support to start the farm, i want to know how you can be of help to me

    Thanks in advance

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  • prince July 17, 2017

    Are you interested in setting up an oil palm plantation and you need a quality Tenera seed or you are a large scale oil palm buyer, kindly call….. 09052309374

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  • Ayodeji August 15, 2017

    I want to set up palm oil plantation but the problem is the land to make use of. People dont want to sell land to even make use of. i need help.

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  • ERHARHAGHEN JOSEPH OKE October 5, 2017

    I have managed two various oil palm in the past. About 6000 tress farm in delta. And now I’m in Benin. I understand the ups and down of this palm business. It’s profitable and one of the best low risk high yield investment ever. Far better than construction and the rest. But it’s also very risky with the wrong management . Land is very expensive this days and you need good management to make sure nothing unexpected happened to your production. A well experienced manager. That’s what I can do for anyone interested. Please note I’m not going to manage a production of less than a thousand tree. And my management will only be short time, during wish I will instruct you or your workers about the full process and the safety of your investment. I can sign a warrant for you to be part of the liability in case of any failure in your investment. +2349070901196………

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  • laitan October 10, 2017

    Thanks for this presentation. i made mistakes with spacing the palm trees. now they are grown too close to one another resulting in loww yield. what do I do?

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  • Idowu Olasupo December 16, 2017

    Palm is a tree money

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  • Williams February 12, 2018

    How can I start this business as a student.

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  • Tuwon Oloye Anthony April 4, 2018

    I enjoyed the whole write up, questions, answers and the rest. It ll be helpful to me when I want to start my plantation. I hv a reasonable land space in Bomadi town, Delta State but the land used to be covered with water during big flood. Though not deep but stayed for about 60 days before going back. I want to know if it ll be suitable for oil palm plantation. Thanks for ur good works.

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  • Olaiya B.S April 11, 2018

    This is the most educative journal iv read this year. I just started my palm tree farming with just about 160 trees, I intend to increase with about 2000 more in a month time, my only question is what spacing is adequate between each tree. I gave about 7 feet between each. But in ur article, I saw 7 – 10 meter. Pls will mine produce well with just just 7 feet spacing. Aiyepe, Ogun State

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  • Mr Arinze Nwokoye July 11, 2018

    wow. wow. wow. You just opened my eyes on this great business opportunity that has been so neglected cus of discovery of the crude oil. though, i have some questions to ask u but, will communicate u later. if u can share ur mobile contact…..i will appreciate more. thanks

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  • Baobaku August 7, 2018

    I want to invest into palm oil production, would N5 million capital be adequate ? I have 3 acres of farmland in my village in Oyo state, Can it grow there ?

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  • OkeyGOD. August 9, 2018

    Thanks a million times for twhis great opportunity. Pls keep it up.

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  • Adefidipe Julius Adeloye March 10, 2019

    Thanks to you mr Darlington, my name is Adefidipe Julius Adeloye,from osun state,God gave me a vision to builds oil palm refinery in Nigeria and start now by going into palm tree plantations, which I have started by planting 240 tress in 2018 on 4 acres of lands after going through different search on the business, now thant this venture is good and lucrative and aslo needed but capital intensive ,am calling on every one around the world whose may have the same vision or passion to join me to carrying out the fulfilment of this project in Nigeria, I believed in team work for one man is too small to a numbers in achieving greatness.07087933999

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  • Austine Blessing October 1, 2019

    I want to start one here in my country

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  • Stephen Bassey April 29, 2020

    Please i need the Germinated Seeding to start my planting in Abak local government. Where can i get the Seed in Akwa Ibom State

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