Climate change directly alters climate conditions and indirectly impacts land
suitability for cultivating rubber. The Malaysian tropical rainforest climate with
regular rainfall of about 2000–2500 mm per year and the average temperature
of 26–28 °C provide a suitable condition for planting rubber commercially.
There is doubt about how well rubber plants will perform in the future because
of climate change. The main question of whether rubber is still appropriate for
planting in Peninsular Malaysia must be answered conclusively as rubber
requires an approximately 30 year investment in one cycle.

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