InfoSAWIT, MUKOMUKO – Agriculture Agency District of Mukomuko, Bengkulu Province informed that eight smallholders groups proposed to get smallholders replanting program (SRP) for having unproductive trees. It was known that they planted fake seeds and the trees are old now. The plantations lay about 1.644 hectares.
Head of Plantation, Agriculture Agency District of Mukomuko, Iwan Cahaya said that the SRP proposed by the eight groups is more than the target in the agency in 2024. This year, SRP target would be about 1.000 hectares.
"Of the eight groups, two have been in verification process about area data while the six just prepared documents and were not verified yet,” Iwan said, as InfoSAWIT quoted from Antara.
He also told the two groups are KRP Sungai Barau in Village of Lubuk Bangko, Sub district of Selagan Raya; and Talang Kenidai Village of Pernyah, Sub district of Teramang Jaya. The two got recommendation to get SRP from related National Land Agency about area status of their palm oil plantations.
The next phase would involve area data verification by Balai Pemantapan Kawasan Hutan (BPKH) to confirm if their plantations are developing in forest or non – forest areas.
The eight groups that proposed to get SRP are from many districts, such as, KRP Sungai Barau, Village of Lubuk Bangko, Sub district of Selagan Raya that covered 255 hectares.
Kelompok Tani Talang Kenidai, Village of Pernyah, Sub district of Teramang Jaya that covered 180 hectares; KRP Maju Bersama, Village of Air Merah, Sub district of Malin Deman that covered 385 hectares; KRP Bukit Barisan Village of Gajah Makmur, Sub district of Malin Deman about 192 hectares.
Kelompok Tani Andalas Saiyo, Village of Pondok Lunang, Sub district of Air Dikit about 150 hectares; Kelompok Tani Kanereh Batu Tunggal, Village of Tunggang, Sub district of Pondok Suguh about 189 hectares; Kelompok Tani Sahabat 3T, Village of Talang Kuning, Sub district of Teras Terunjam about 154 hectares; and KRP Tri Karya, Village of Talang Baru, Sub district of Malin Deman about 136 hectares. (T2)