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Sharing Ideas For The Future of Soybean

(hms/Sep 06, 2012)

JAKARTA – The skyrocketing of soybean prices which reached Rp 8,000,- triggered a hard reactions from tempeh and tofu makers. They demanded the import duty of soybeans to be eliminated. On the other hand, no soybean farmers which gain low benefit seriously discussed about this situation. This condition led to the emergence of numbers of difference opinions and suggestions from observers and soybean experts in Indonesia which are very often appeared in national mass media both printed and electronic. (more ...)

Dealing the Climate Change

(adm/Sep 05, 2012)

JAKARTA – Agriculture which is rich in local resources and the provider of the largest food and employment has been able to withstand the global economic shock. Yet, because of its dependable to land and water which are controlled by weather, agricultural sustainability is now threatened. It was stated by Prof (Research) Le Istiqlal Amien in his retirement oration held at Indonesian Agriculture Research and Development (IAARD) Auditorium, Tuesday (4/9/2012). (more ...)

Dering 1 Soybean, Assembled for Dry Land

(adm/Sep 04, 2012)

Usually farmers grow soybeans in the Dry Season (MK) I and II therefore they often face the risk of crop failure due to drought. Climate change such as this also increases the intensity of extreme drought. Dering 1 variety is a new variety that is designed specifically for planting in dry land. (more ...)

Providing Disease-Free of Citrus Seed

(hms/Sep 03, 2012)

Citrus Agribusiness begins in the nursery, which exemplifies that the success of Citrus Agribusiness development in Indonesia requires a strong seed industry support. Citrus quality seed is seed that is free from 7 different systemic pathogens such as CVPD (Citrus Vein Phloem Degeneration), CTV (Citrus Tristeza Virus), CVEV (Citrus Enation Vein Virus) that vector borne and vector borne non CEV (Citrus Exocortis Viroid) CPsV (Citrus Psorosis Virus), CcaV and CTLV. In addition, quality seed varieties are guaranteed the purity of the stem above and below the stem. (more ...)

Benefits of Herbal Medicine for Livestock

(adm/Aug 31, 2012)

YOGYAKARTA – Technical assistance on formulating and benefits of herbal medicine for livestock is given at Penampungan Gondang Dua, Wukirsari, Cangkringan. Information obtained from these activities is that farmers have gradually felt the benefits of using traditional herbs for livestock. (more ...)

Conventional Banana Seedling Multiplication

(adm/Aug 30, 2012)

One of the indicators of the success of fruit agribusiness is the quality of seed of the superior variety. It is one of the essential components to support successful fruit farm. Indonesian Agency for Agriculture Research and Development (IAARD) is obliged to produce quality crop varieties that can increase farmers' income. (more ...)

Increase the Role of IAARD with Licensed Invention Results

(adm/Aug 29, 2012)

BOGOR – DG Indonesian Agency for Agriculture Research and Development (IAARD) Dr. Haryono during the Working Meeting II of IAARD in Bogor said that IAARD’s role has showed-up and is looked for by its associates. The credence in IAARD increases, as recorded during 2012, license collaboration in invention results were undertaken for 21 inventions with 10 partners. (more ...)

Budget Efficiency and Program Effectiveness

(hms/Aug 28, 2012)

BOGOR – Agricultural problems considered as a complex issue, therefore the problem solving needs to be done systematically. Indonesian Agency for Agricultural Research and Development (IAARD) as part of the settlement of this issues needs to continuously and iteratively review at R & D programs that have been planned to suit the needs of agricultural development. Said the DG of IAARD, Dr. Haryono, while opening IAARD Working Meeting (Raker) II, under the theme "Revisit Program and Budget 2013: Budget Efficiency and Program Effectiveness " held on 28-30 August 2012, in the Main Auditorium Sadikin Sumintawikarta, Cimanggu, Bogor, West Java. (more ...)

Agriculture Waste to Enhance Agricultural Productivity

(adm/Aug 24, 2012)

Plenty of agriculture waste were met around us and mostly were not used by farmers. The wastes among others are hays and animal waste. (more ...)

KP NGALE: Soybean and Mungbean Seed Production Resources

(adm/Aug 23, 2012)

Experimental field (KP) Ngale is located at the west side of East Java which is Ngawi Regency. This field has vertisol typed of soil, 70 m above sea level and C typed climate (4 -5 months wet season). Theoretically, in the middle of the dry season, as now, the land will be cracked and severely reduced rainfall. However, KP Ngale still looked lively green. (more ...)

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