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The Amount of Carbon Stocks of Oil Palm Plantations in Carbon Stocks Contributor Component in Flat Soil Conditions and Soil Conditions Bumpy

Abstract
Indonesia's forest area in the year 2017 that is an area of 93.6 million ha of forests and deforestation in the year 2017 amounted to 64.3%, while palm oil exports from year to year has increased significantly, it can be seen from the average rate of growth of oil palm area during 2004 - 2014 amounted to 7.67%, and the production of palm oil increased by an average 11.09% per year. The approach of this research is quantitative research conducted using allometric equations while observation and measurement data is done directly on the object of study (the flat surface and corrugated surface) with a number of observation points as much as eight points at once treated as replications. The results of the study and research of data processing carbon reserves of oil palm trees on a flat surface and a bumpy surface is the total carbon stocks stored on a flat surface is equal to 85, 36 tons / ha, while the total carbon stocks on bumpy surfaces amounted to 82.41 tonnes / ha. The average total carbon stocks contained undergrowth on a flat surface is 0.95 tons / ha while the bumpy surface was 1.16 tonnes / ha. The average total carbon stock of litter found on a flat surface is 1.06 tons / ha while the bumpy surface was 1.28 tonnes / ha. The average total soil carbon stocks contained on a flat surface and a bumpy surface is 0.0031 t / ha. The average total carbon stocks are palm trees on the flat surface is 79.73 tons / ha while the bumpy surface is 83 tonnes / ha. While the value of carbon stocks benefit from the palm trees in the plantation PT. To Chisel Pelalawan amounted Rp.10.206.380.810,-. Keywords - Palm Oil, Carbon Stock, Value Benefits of Carbon, Mineral


Author - Muhammad Syafi’i, Yusni Ihkwan Siregar, Mubarak, Hidayat Pratamasari

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