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Cooperation on Probiotics Luwak Coffee

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(adm/Mar 05, 2012)

BOGOR – Indonesian Agency for Agricultural Research and Development (IAARD) conducted a signing of cooperation on one of its finest research product i.e. Probiotics Luwak (Asian Palm Civet i.e. Paradoxurushermaphroditus) Coffee, Friday (3/2/2012) at the Office for Agricultural Technology Transfer and Intellectual Property Management (OATTIPM). (more ...)

PUGAM – A, Fertilizer for Peat Land

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(adm/Mar 02, 2012)

Agriculture potential for peat land for both food crops and plantations are very extensive. This is a huge market potential as well as to increase productivity. Peat land fertilizer or better known as PUGAM has been generated by researchers from the Indonesian Soil Research Institute in an effort to support the sustainable management of peat land, improve soil productivity, reduces greenhouse gases (GHG) emissions, improving plant and plantation production. (more ...)

Mandel Local Rice

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(adm/Mar 01, 2012)

Red rice is type of rice that contains many vitamins especially vitamin B, and E. Gunungkidul nowadays has restaurants that serve red rice (sego abang) and green chili vegetables as their specialties. Particular society has brought red rice to be consumed daily. (more ...)

Prospective Cassava Varieties: High yielding, Rich in Bio-ethanol

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(adm/Feb 29, 2012)

The use of cassava for food in Indonesia tends to decline, hence the use of it as industrial raw material including bio-ethanol increases. In 2002, cassava for food reached 53 percent while in 2005 it declined to 45 percent. (more ...)

Out from the Comfort Zone to 10 million tons of Rice Surplus

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(adm/Feb 28, 2012)

JAKARTA – In order to achieve the 10 million tons of rice surplus at 2014, according to the Director General of Indonesian Agency for Agriculture Research and Development (IAARD) Dr. Haryono, all stakeholders must go out from the comfort zone and make effort to solve the problems existed. (more ...)

Three tons FS Soybean Seed Support

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(adm/Feb 27, 2012)

The Indonesian Agency for Agriculture Research and Development (IAARD) provides assistance by giving three tons of FS-class soybean seed. The seeds came from the Indonesian Legumes and Tuber Crops Research Institute (ILETRI) Seed Resources Management Unit (UPBS), Malang to be used in February – early March 2012 planting season. (more ...)

Sunan Pecan for Bio-fuel alternative

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(adm/Feb 24, 2012)

SUKABUMI – The Indonesian Spices and Industrial Crops Research Institute (ISICRI), Pakuwon, Sukabumi which is under the authority of the Indonesian Center for Estate Crops Research and Development (ICECRD), has the mandate to do research for industrial crops such as rubber and fresheners plant such as coffee, cocoa and tea. (more ...)

Palm Oil - Livestock Integration Technology Development

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(adm/Feb 23, 2012)

Palm oil branch is no longer a waste, but can be used as cattle feed. Nevertheless, it can not directly "present" and must go through the enumeration process in advance using the chopper. To add nutrients in cattle, palm oil sludge which has also been considered as waste, after going through the process of fermentation can also be used as feed. (more ...)

IAARD Supports Jambi Agriculture

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(adm/Feb 22, 2012)

JAMBI – Director General of the Indonesian Agency for Agriculture Research and Development (IAARD) Dr. Haryono said that IAARD will support the agriculture sector in Jambi Province. (more ...)

First Harvest of Maize and Soybean New Superior Varieties

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(adm/Feb 21, 2012)

JAMBI – The Director General of Indonesian Agency for Agriculture Research and Development (IAARD) Dr. Haryono together with Governor of Jambi Hasan Basri Agus first harvest the BIMA 14 maize and ARGOMULYO soy bean varieties at Pudak Village, Kumpeh Ulu, Muaro Jambi, Saturday (18/2/2012). (more ...)

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