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Lénaïc Pardon introduces IN-Palm: a useful tool to assess potential nitrogen losses in #oilpalm plantations to improve the #sustainability of #palmoil
production https://t.co/3GRfh0BnDQ #ICOPE2018

Join our #ICOPE2018 discussion and learn from Hsiao-Hang Tao how empty fruit bunches enhance soil biota and functions in #oilpalm plantations https://t.co/3GRfh0BnDQ

Indonesia Palm Oil Platform @FoKSBI - a national action plan for #sustainable #palmoil covering:
☑ ⬆ smallholder capacity
☑ Environment management & monitoring
☑ Governance & mediation
☑ ISPO Certification & market access
Learn more at #ICOPE2018 https://t.co/3GRfh0BnDQ

Just 1 more week to #ICOPE2018! Interested to know how #palmoil contributes to the @UN #SDG in the tropical countries? Join the discussion and register today at https://t.co/PgHAlG0B3g

Ants: tiny but highly important for maintaining optimal ecosystem functioning in #oilpalm plantations. Learn more from @MillieSCHood at #ICOPE2018 https://t.co/3GRfh0BnDQ

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Pascale Bonzom

Gregory Sampson
ITC Switzerland

James Fry
LMC International, United Kingdom

Eddy Esselink
EPOA, Netherlands

Syed Ismail Shah
ITU, Indonesia

Yu-Leng KHOR

Ed Turner
University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

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