Attention! We do not use agent, distributor, re-seller or online-shop to sell Socfindo seeds or seedlings.
Purchases are only made through “Seed sales & Marketing” officer at PT Socfin Indonesia office in Medan.
This is Socfindo’s solution to overcome Ganoderma disease. This variety was the first to be Ganorderma tolerant and is the result of screening thousands of varieties, since 2006.Find out more or Enquiries
This is the option we recommend for a high productivity, long economic cycle and climatic resilience.
It is made out of our two categories DxP LaMe and DxP Yangambi which have been selected for their high oil content, high productivity and slow height growth.Find out more or Enquiries
Our three months seedlings are a perfect solution to save time and concentrate on your plantation. The seedlings come with a blue label from Government for traceability and certification of origin. The seedlings have the same characteristics as our seeds, a high potential average yield: 30 tonnes/ha/Year, a slow growth increment and starting yielding early, with a first harvest expected 24 months after plantation.
The advantage of buying a three months seedling is that customers receive only the best material because the seedlings already went through the initial stages of selection, where a rigorous culling is carried out.Enquiries
Our three months seedlings have been grafted with high yielding clones, using the green budding technique, and come with a blue label from Government for traceability and certification of origin.
Socfindo can also provide grafting material, budded stumps and budded polybags with dormant eye.Enquiries
Socfindo is an upstream plantation company with its major products being Crude Palm Oil (CPO), Palm Kernel (PK) and Natural Rubber (CV60, CV50 and SIR10). These are sold to downstream companies which will further process and refine these ingredients into end products.
The by-products of the oil palm milling process are the fibre and shell, which are both used a bio-fuels whereas the solids and empty fruit bunches are used as organic fertilisers