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The Selangor State Paddy Loan Board (LPPNS) was established in 1966 and was responsible for redeeming paddy lands, lending to farmers to purchase paddy lands and providing loans for the purchase of machinery for use in the paddy fields. LPPNS was dissolved and replaced with the establishment of the Selangor State Agricultural Development Corporation (PKPS).

PKPS was established on 2 January 1972 under Enactment No. 12 1972 (amendments 1976,1982 and 2005) and commenced operations on 1 March 1973. PKPS is responsible for developing the plantation and agro-based industries to enhance the socio-economic development of the State of Selangor while conducting commercial projects for the benefit of the people.

PKPS in the period 2010 to 2020 is towards expanding commercial activities by expanding the area of ​​oil palm cultivation, rubber plantation, local fruit production such as iron starfruit, watermelon, papaya, guava, rambutan, turnip and others. High-tech poultry breeding projects, cattle dairy breeding projects and freshwater fish breeding projects. The expansion of this activity is as a contribution to the development and economic growth of the state of Selangor in line with the use of digital technology and social media.

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SELANGOR FRUIT VALLEY

SFV adalah sebuah ladang buah-buahan tropika yang berkeluasan 646 hektar.

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AGRO-TOURISM

SELANGOR FRUIT VALLEY

PALM OIL

PKPS Oil Palm Plantation Activities have expanded to cover outside Selangor.

RUBBER LOGS

This rubber logging area is 300 hectares and it is located in Batang Berjuntai, Rawang

AGRICULTURAL ENTREPRENEUR | SELANGOR FRUIT VALLEY

The Farmer Entrepreneur Program was created specifically to help farmers by renting out plots of land to work on. This can also help solve the problem of farmers in the State of Selangor who do not have space (land) to cultivate various crops.

385 hectares of land in part of the Selangor Fruit Valley Plantation land has been allocated for the purpose of helping these entrepreneurs.