rubber price, the length of the asphalt road, the factory capacity has no significant effect on rubber plantation production in Jambi Province. The development of rubber plantation production in Jambi Province is quite rapid, that in 2001 the amount of production was 239,330 tons and in 2015 rubber plantation production increased to 350,457 tons, The growth rate is also quite convincing, ie an average of 2,65% per year.
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