Tuesday, June 22, 2010

The Agriculture Heritage Park: Rubber Plot

At the edge of the fruit orchard of the Agricultural Heritage Park in Putrajaya is the Rubber Plot.

This place was the original rubber research plot itself contains 9 acres and visitor can find 71 rubber clones with different criteria such as trunk size, branches, bark and amount of latex produced.

Mosquito repellent is advised around this area as I was stung by countless of mosquitoes here.

The history and heritage of the rubber trees in Malaysia are well preserved here. The map above shows the rubber clonal plots in this park


alantanblog said...

This place look very nice..

It this open to the public?

I AM A BLOGGER said...

wow, reminded me of Sejarah~~~i still remember rubber trees,hw did they come to our country~~

Borneo Falcon said...

The park is open to the public

foongpc said...

Thanks for sharing this info : )