KEMPA

AcronymDefinition
KEMPAKettle Moraine Press Association
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Among the soil sampling sites, Pulau Kempas has the highest number of Ascomycetes isolated in which 43 isolates were obtained, followed by Pulau Carey with 35 isolates, and Felcra Sijangkang with 28 isolates, respectively.
The heat of sunlight and wind are among the factors that might influenced the lower moisture content of soil samples collected from Pulau Carey as compared to Pulau Kempas and Felcra Sijangkang.
The pH readings obtained from all three sampling sites varies where soil samples collected from Pulau Carey showed lower pH reading as compared to Pulau Kempas and Felcra Sijangkang.
Soil samples from Pulau Kempas and Pulau Carey were collected in the area of undisturbed peat soil from human and animal activities while soil samples from Felcra Sijangkang were collected from disturbed peat soil in the palm oil plantation site.
PT Musim Mas, PT Perusahaan Perkebunan London Sumatra Indonesia Tbk, Siat Group of Companies, Sime Darby Sdn Berhad, Kempas Edible Oil Sdn Bhd, United Palm Oil Industry, Univanich Palm Oil PCL, and Wilmar International Limited.
Donations may be made to Macmillan Cancer Supportand sent to Co-operative funeralcare 46 Kempas Highway, Coventry, CV3 6BP LEA Alan Michael (Mick) (formerly of Earlsdon) Passed away peacefully in America on 10th September 2015 aged 88 years.
One new wood product is Omni Floor, a do-it-yourself system of teak or kempas planks that snap onto a plastic 1-foot-by-1-foot square.
Peggy Miller, Windmill Road; Kathleen Mullins, Lambeth Close; Shirley Moore, Wyken Croft; Eileen McGinn, Sherbourne Crescent; Joseph Munday, Park View; Vera Miles, Delaware Road; M Mills, Kempas Highway; Mr Bill McGuiness, Wroxall Drive; Ann Morley, Valley Road Brenda Palmer, South Avenue; Gladys Parker, Hayton Green; Greta Phythian, Packington Avenue; M Powner, Proffitt Avenue; Rita Powell, Nova Court, Broad Lane; Nora Plevey, Hall Lane.
Kempas nail-down floors have a 3/4-inch thickness and are 3 inches by 36 inches with a tongue-and-groove installation system.
Species included in this family are Ming Birch (China), Cumaru (Brazil), Curupy (Paraguay), Grapia (Paraguay), Jatoba (Brazil), Kempas (Indonesia), Keruing (Malaysia), Lapacho (Paraguay), Santos Mahogany (Brazil), Merbau (Indonesia), Ming Oak (China) and Teak (Burma).