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1. Introduction

Replanting is one of several functions RISDA stated in Act No. RISDA. 85/1972. Under this function RISDA responsible for implementing the program replanting old rubber trees with rubber or other approved crops for smallholder sector. The program aims to increase the productivity of smallholder sector. Through this program smallholders receive assistance in the form of cash, items, such as seeds, fertilizer and advice.

2. Background

2.1 - Replanting Plan introduced in 1952 aimed at enabling small farmers who have old rubber plantation and replanting uneconomic new clones can yield better returns . Through this Plan , smallholders can replant with other crops such as oil palm , fruit , timber species and so on.

2.2 - In order to finance and implement Replanting Plan , the Government has approved the Ordinance of the Rubber Industry (Replanting ) 1952 which provides the following : -

  • Creating the imposition and collection procedures for replanting cess at the rate of 9.92079 cents per kilogram ( 4.5 cents per pound ) of rubber exported from the country.
  • Create a statutory body called the Board of the Rubber Industry Replanting ( LPGTS ) to administer the Cess Fund for the purpose of implementing the Plan Replanting.

2.3 - LPGTS had ruled Cess Fund and implement Replanting Plan for 20 years of the period 1952-1972 . With effect from January 1, 1973 , the duties were taken over by the LPGTS Industry Smallholders Development Authority (RISDA) established by Act Number 85 Year 1972 RISDA .

2.4 - cess collected put into a fund called the Cess Fund and administered by LPGTS and then by RISDA . Since its introduction in 1952 , the cess collected on exports because at that time almost all the rubber produced is exported . Thus the quantum of cess collection each year depending on the quantity of rubber exported , and this in turn is influenced by factors such as the country's rubber production and consumption in the domestic rubber .

2.5 - For the processing of rubber in the country ( domestic ) to the in-kind value added ( value - added rubber products ) , the cess levied on the manufacturer because the rubber is exported while the cess has been imposed on farmers.

2.6 - Smallholders helped implement replanting through replanting aid given by RISDA according to specific rates approved by the Cabinet . The assistance that starts at Rs 988 per hectare in 1952 was increased by 7 times, consistent with the increase in the cost of replanting . Changes in the rate of replanting aid granted to small farmers is shown in Table 1;

Tarikh kuatkuasa Kadar Bantuan (RM/Hektar)
1952 988
1953 - 1955 1,236
1956 - 1961 1,483
1962 - 1970 1,853
1971 - 1977 2,224
1978 - 1980 2,965
1981 - 1990

5,436 (untuk tanaman getah bagi pemilikan <4.0468 hektar)
3,706 (untuk tanaman getah bagi pemilikan >4.0468 hektar)
3,706 (untuk tanaman lain bagi pemilikan <4.0468 hektar)
2,965 (untuk tanaman lain bagi pemilikan >4.0468 hektar)

1991 - 2002

6,178 (untuk tanaman getah bagi pemilikan <4.0468 hektar)
4,201 (untuk tanaman lain bagi pemilikan >4.0468 hektar)
4,448 (untuk tanaman getah bagi pemilikan <4.0468 hektar)
3,459 (untuk tanaman lain bagi pemilikan >4.0468 hektar)ax

2003 - 2010

6,178 (untuk tanaman getah bagi pemilikan <4.0468 hektar)
4,201 (untuk tanaman lain bagi pemilikan >4.0468 hektar)
4,448 (untuk tanaman getah bagi pemilikan <4.0468 hektar)
3,459 (untuk tanaman lain bagi pemilikan >4.0468 hektar)ax

2010 - sekarang

9,230 (untuk Tanam Semula getah ke getah (TSGG) di Semenanjung sahaja)

13,500 (untuk Tanam Semula getah ke getah (TSGG) di Sarawak sahaja)

14,000 (untuk Tanam Semula getah ke getah (TSGG) di Sabah sahaja)

2,500 (untuk Tanam Semula Getah Ke Tanaman Lain (TSGL) di Semenanjung sahaja)

7,000 (untuk Tanam Semula Sawit Pekebun Kecil-NKEA(TSSPK-NKEA) di Semenanjung sahaja)


3. Statistics

3.1 For the period of 1953 until the end of 1999 there were 1,568,786 hectares of rubber plantations belongs to 742.412 smallholders in Peninsular Malaysia . Of these , covering 1,076,750 hectares were replanted first time ( TS1 ) with a variety of plants for rubber, oil palm , fruits, non- citrus, coconut, pineapple and cocoa as the top choice by a total of 584.460 smallholders . The remaining area that has not been replanted rubber first of 492.036 hectares. Of the remaining land area , there are rubber that has turned into a housing estate , development , industrial , roads and replanted alone ( or excess ) by smallholders without help from RISDA .

3.2 - In the meantime, the area Replanting First Time ( rubber type ) that were replanted a second ( TS2 ) for the period 1974 to the end of 1999 amounted to 215.318 hectares. The area is owned by smallholders 126.442 and replanted a second time with a variety of plants that are allowed by RISDA rubber, oil palm , fruits, citrus and cocoa varieties are not the top choice .

3.3 - The Second Time Replanting ( TS2 ) of rubber which have been replanted third time ( TS3 ) for the period 1992 to the end of 1999 amounted to 504 409 hectares owned by smallholders. Types of rubber, oil palm and fruit not a choice citrus growers.

4. The objectives of the Replanting and Plantation

Planning, Developing and establishing a program of commercial strategies to encourage smallholders to replant rubber trees with old rubber trees or other crops that produce high yields and economical.
Help , formulate and recommend for approval to enforce management policies , regulations and financial resources necessary to implement the replanting program smallholdings and support programs.
Identify and determine that the requirements of the Administration, regulation and system for implementing Replant and support programs followed.
Collecting information smallholders through registration , records processing and replanting aid payments through the Integrated Information System.
Administering the complete record and updates relating to small farmers replanting program and support programs .
Providing quality services to smallholders.

5. Who is Eligible for Replanting

5.1 - Replanting Plan provided for farmers who meet the conditions set by RISDA from time to time.

5.2 - Small farmers, those who owned land less than 40.4678 hectares (100 acres).

5.3 - The land to be planted to meet the requirements set replanting aid RISDA.

6. Requirements For Getting Replanting Aid

6.1 - The land to be replanted must contain the old rubber trees or evidence that the farm never contain old rubber trees like rubber stumps in the garden or orchard is licensed long rubber ( Rubber Cultivation Book) that shows farm consisting of rubber vacant tasks after in 1952.

6.2 - Requirements above do not take into account the age of the trees replanted eligible , but according to a tree that is not only economic . This is because the seeds are planted on their own in the days after World War II consisted of non-selected clones and low yielding .

6.3 - The Second Replanting ( Replanting 2 ) is for land that had been replanted with rubber the first time and has reached a level not economical . The rubber trees replanted the first time must have been at least
15 years for orchards of 2.8328 ( 7ekar ) @ less
20 years and above for holdings of 2.8328 ( 7ekar ) @ more
and subjected to total ownership of land and replanting methods either in groups (commercial ) or individually.

Third Replanting ( Replanting 3 ) is for land that had been replanted with rubber second time and has reached a level not economical . The rubber trees replanted second time shall be

1. Not less than 20 years for farm kektar of 2.8328 ( 7 acres ) @ less
2. Not less than 25 years for farm kektar of 2.8328 ( 7 acres ) @ over and subjected to total ownership of the land and replanting methods either in groups (commercial ) or individually.


7. Replanting of Rubber to Rubber (TSGG)

7.1 - Convention include:

7.1.1 - Old rubber trees vacant tasks, or;

7.1.2 - Uneconomic rubber trees, or;

7.1.3 - Stump old rubber, or;

7.1.4 - Other evidence or official documents confirming any rubber or rubber spots

8. Rubber Replanting to Other Crops (TSGL)

8.1 - Smallholders who own 2.5 hectares of land under rubber can replant to other crops to enable the rubber off the rubber zone replanted with other crops suitable and profitable.

8.2 - 2.5 hectares TSGL down also intended to enable the zone latex rubber that can not be planted in clusters of trees with other crops that are more suitable and profitable.

9. Replanting Palm Smallholders-NKEA (TSSPK-NKEA)

9.1 - The only privately-owned land

9.2 - Convention contains palm trees over 25 years old or unproductive trees (yield about 14 mt / ha / yr )

9.3 - Land in FELDA settlers are not eligible

9.4 - Palm trees felled on or after 1/1/2011 are subject to the following conditions :

9.4.1 Seeds not planted oil palm , or ;

9.4.2 If palm seeds have been planted, the seed must be obtained from certified nurseries OPNCC

9.5 Crops in lower ineligible

10. Replanting Approach

Replanting may be implemented individually or in clusters (commercial ).
RISDA set to smallholders to replant in groups because it could reduce development costs and facilitate production and marketing. Smallholders can grow in clusters in the following way :

10.1 - Commercial Replanting ( CSR ) :
Under this approach the rubber gardens to be planted and grown in the combined group of the Company 's holdings of RISDA RISDA Plantation Sdn. ( RPSB ) . This company acts as an agent appointed management by smallholders for replanting work to manage the production and marketing.

10.2 - Replanting Group ( TSB )
Under this approach smallholders to collaborate and collude to combine their gardens replanted in clusters . They formed a committee from among themselves to manage replanting orchards involved , with guidance and advice RISDA officer.

10.3 - Replanting Individual ( TSI )
For areas where replanting is not possible for CSR or TSB since no other gardeners can be grouped ; allowed smallholders to replant individually.
Prior to 1999 , replanting cluster or group known by various names such as Mini Estate , Replanting Group ( TSB ) and Simultaneous Replanting ( TSS ).
However, since 1999 Replanting Group or collectively known as Commercial Replanting ( TSK ) only.
Several CSR statements known as ACRE or Ala RISDA Estate Group.

11. Replanting Aid Rates

11.1 Rate Rubber Replanting Aid to rubber (TSGG) has six (6) installments. Rates relief on the breakdown as follows:

Installment Relief Assistance Rate/ Hectare


RM 4,030
RM 900
RM 1,000
RM 1,000
RM 1,400
RM 900

TOTAL RM   9,230

11.2 Rate of Rubber Replanting Aid to Other Crops (TSGL) Down 2.5 hectare paid by 'one-off' of Rs 2,500 / ha.

12. Things Eye Supply (Input Agriculture)

12.1 - The applicant whose application has been approved to be used as rubber and oil palm seedlings supplied by RISDA. For other crops, the applicant is allowed to use their own seeds derived from any source. They are advised to choose a quality seed.

12.2 - All types of fertilizer for all crops approved, supplied by RISDA.

12.3 - The price of seeds and fertilizers supplied by RISDA less than replanting aid.

13.Replanting Aid Application

13.1 - Request for replanting can be made over time. Applicants must use the application form ( TS11 Pin.1/04 ) Application forms are available at all offices of State RISDA ( PRN ) and all RISDA Office District / Territory ( PRD / PRJ ) for free.

13.2 - Each application replanting must be made using Form TS11 ( TS11 Pin.1/04 ) . Each applicant must pay attention to IMPORTANT NOTICE on the front page of the application form before filling the form.

13.3 - The application form duly filled and completed must be sent / delivered to the appropriate office RISDA where lies the plot of land to be replanted.

13.4 - Once the application is received, the office will send RISDA Acknowledgement of Receipt of Application ( TS14 ) to the applicant.

13.5 - Applicants should note the meantime Application Number written on cards TS14 . This number should always be referred to when dealing with RISDA.

13.6 - Applicants must take note of the above verse TS14 card that reads ' In the meantime do not cut down or destroyed any tree sap sir / madam it . If the warning is violated or ignored , RISDA not be responsible if the application is rejected.

14. Approval or rejection of application

14.1 - After the application is received and TS14 removed, replanting land sought to be visited and inspected by officers RISDA . This examination is intended , inter alia, to ensure the actual lots applied for and whether there is any old rubber trees on the land.

14.2 - Office RISDA State or Province / Territory will decide whether to approve or reject an application in accordance with the rules and conditions laid down by RISDA.

14.3 - If approved, the applicant will receive a ' Provisional Approval ' TS.27 ( Komp. ) and ' Notification of Completion Operation Land ' ( TS28 ).

14.4 - TS27 ( Komp ) and Appendix explain to the applicant what work needs to be done to prepare the land to be eligible to receive assistance for replanting.

14.5 - TS28 should be used by the applicant to notify the office RISDA concerned that the land was available.

14.6 - Instead of the application is rejected, the applicant will receive a TS16 ' Rejection Notice of Application '.

14.7 - Please note that if an applicant destroy rubber trees before they receive TS27/TS28 , they do so at their own risk . RISDA not responsible if their application is not approved or replanting aid is not paid in full.

15. Doubts

15.1 Smallholders have any questions regarding the application replanting may contact the Office of the State RISDA ( PRN ) / Pejbat RISDA County / Colonial Office RISDA ( PRD / PRJ) nearby.

15.2 The Replanting Headquarters Plantation RISDA Kuala Lumpur.

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