Malaysia allocates 16 000ha to Hevea, but not for rubber

The Malaysian state of Johor Baru has allocated 16 000 ha of land for growing Hevea Brasiliensis, but the clonal variety has been selected for biomass, rather than latex yield. The land allocation is designed to help local furniture makers who are suffering from a shortage of rubber wood.

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