Disease control and management
The threat of Ganoderma to the oil palm industry in this country warrants new and more aggressive approaches in finding a solution to the disease. These control measures are aimed at minimizing disease incidence in replanting, prolonging the productive life of the infected palm, and delaying the progress of Ganoderma infection. An integrated management of Ganoderma in field is as follows, which includes sanitation, biological and chemical controls.
Once you have identified your palm conditions.
Here are guidelines on how to control and manage the disease.
Ideally the infected palms should be removed. However, mature palms with early signs of infection may be subjected to the following control measures in order to prolong the productive life span of the palm.