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Jatropha Curcas L in Indonesia

(adm/Jan 28, 2009)

JatrophaJatropha is one of potential resource due to its ability to grow in hostile environments, produce inedible oil that compatible with diesel-fuel. The Indonesian Center for Estate Crops Research and Development (ICECRD) have released 3 improved populations, viz.IP-1A,IP-1M and IP-1P. Estimated yield after year 5 on is 4.5 tons. (more ...)

Bali, High Level Regional Policy Dialogue on “The food-fuel crisis and climate change"

(adm/Dec 12, 2008)

United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pasific (ESCAP) and the Government of the Republic of Indonesia jointly organized the High level Regional Policy Dialogue on “The food-fuel crisis and climate change: Reshaping the Development Agenda” in Bali from 9 to 10 December 2008. The high level policy dialogue was held to address the food-fuel-financial crisis and climate change issues in a comprehensive and integrated manner which threatens to inflict untold human costs. (more ...)

Bandung, World Food Day: National Seminar on Indonesian Rice Production

(adm/Dec 05, 2008)

World Food DayIndonesia took part in the celebration of World Food Day by conducting series of activities. One of the activities is national seminar, which was under the responsibility of Indonesian Agency for Agriculture Research and Development (IAARD). The seminar was conducted in form of roundtable discussion, entitled “The Improvement of Rice Production toward 2020: Sustaining Food Self Sufficiency and Opportunity for Export”. (more ...)

Padang Pariaman, West Sumatera, Papaya Cultivation: Won Over by Doubts

(adm/Oct 20, 2008)

PapayaTo plant papaya is easy but to persuade the farmers to grow it using new technology is not easy since they need to see real evidence of economic benefits before leaving their old technology. The Indonesian Tropical Fruits Research Institute (ITFRI) ) sent the Papaya Integrated Crop Management Team to introduce a well-tested package of technology. (more ...)

NAD AIAT Ready to Deliver 400,000 Arabica Coffee Seedlings for the Victims of Aceh Conflict

(adm/Sep 10, 2008)

In Aceh, coffee is an inseparable part of the community’s daily life. Unfortunately, the conflicts in Aceh have made coffee plantations to be abandoned. Currently, the development of the Arabica coffee seedlings is conducted in Aceh Tengah and Bener Meriah Districts under the cooperation between the different parties and NAD AIAT (Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam Assessment Institute for Agricultural Technology) through the Gayo Research Station. (more ...)

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