A Lubuk Beringin villager, Zoel, taps a rubber tree in the rubber forest near Lubuk Beringin village, Bungo district, Jambi...

A Lubuk Beringin villager, Zoel, taps a rubber tree in the rubber forest near Lubuk Beringin village, Bungo district, Jambi...

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A Lubuk Beringin villager, Zoel, taps a rubber tree in the rubber forest near Lubuk Beringin village, Bungo district, Jambi province, Indonesia. Rubber plantations management on rubber agroforest form is a form of utilization and management of forest resource which is practised specifically by the Bungo community.

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