Based on a manual entitled "Pepper Production Technology in Malaysia," released by the Malaysian Pepper Board in 2011 , seven cultivated varieties have been described as common cultivars, including cv.
Microscopy assessment and data analysis were performed at the Malaysian Pepper Board.
Juvian Jacob, research assistants of the Malaysian Pepper Board, for their excellent technical assistance in the field.
Rosmah, Pepper Production Technology in Malaysia: Botany and Varietal Improvement, Malaysia Pepper Board, Kuching, Sarawak, 2011.
(1) Malaysian Pepper Board, Jalan Utama, Pending Industrial Area, P.O.
Therefore, as part of the National Commodity Policy of Malaysia heads towards an environment-friendly industry, introducing Natural Farming in pepper cultivation will be part of an effort by the Malaysian Pepper Board, Malaysia, to support green development.
Studies by the Malaysian Pepper Board  and Yap  estimated pepper yield by conventional practice was approximately 6 tons per hectare per year, whereas that of the yield associated with organic farming practice resulted in approximately 5 tons per hectare per year .
The authors acknowledge the support of the Research and Development Division, Malaysian Pepper Board, Sarawak, Malaysia, and Universiti Putra Malaysia for this review paper.
Liang, Eds., Malaysian Pepper Board, Sarawak, Malaysia, 2011.
 Malaysian Pepper Board, Laporan Kajian Verifikasi Hasil Lada, Malaysian Pepper Board, Sarawak, Malaysia, 2017.