GIS with Soil Analysis for Palm Oil Trees and Yield

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  • UniversityMonash University
  • AreaInformation technologies
  • CourseGeographical Information System
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  • Authorlallan
  • Created2015
  • Pages10
  • Approved22 June 2016

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When a land has been purchased for the purpose of planting palm oil trees, there are several factors that have to be considered when planting the trees. Some of the main factors include the soil type and the terrain of the land. Based on these factors the land owner or developer will have to plan out the number of trees to be planted to get the best yield output from the palm oil trees. This project is all about providing essential information to the land owners and developers of palm oil plantation on the suitability of the soil of a particular land and estimation of the number of trees that can be planted there and its yield.

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