Federal Land Development Authority - Replanting Affairs

Replanting Affairs


The Department is focused on the bussiness involving settler farm productivity,  farm management advice and replanting programs settler farms. Replanting activity involves replanting palm or rubber to ensure high productivity and good income and ongoing settler. Among the criteria that need to be replanted farm is a tree that has been aged more than 25 years, less production and high production cost. For the success of replanting this involves a lot of other work such as nursery preparation, land preparation works such as chopped cut, construction of terraces, farm roads, drainage and tree planting work and the care of the farm and so on. Therefore, all activities must be planned in advance to ensure that all activities run smoothly and thus the success of the replanting program. 


  • Implement Best Mangement Practices (BMP) and Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) in settlers farm.
  • Ensure all of the FELDA settlers participate in all areas to be replanted. 
  • Providing high quality planting materials.
  • Ensure replanting work schedule has been.
  • Provide agricultural advice to the management plan.


  • Handling external factors such as larbor shortages, climates, the ability of contractors and supply seedling resulting development work schedule for replanting is delayed.
  • Implement high quality replanting program at optimum cost and applying Good Agricultural Practices (GAP).
  • The seedling produce in nursery should be hig quality and meet the needs of farms that need to replanted.
  • Outside interference during replanting matters.
  • There was a group of settlers who run their own replanting program.
  • Lack of understanding among the settlers on replanting program undertaken by FELDA/FTPSB.


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