Integrated Cocoa Fruit Rot Disease Technology (BBK)

PLANTATION NEWS – Phytophthora palmivora is a pathogenic fungus that causes cocoa pod rot (BBK). This pathogen attacks various parts of the cocoa plant, including: leaves, base of stems, stems, twigs, shoots, flower beds, and fruit. P. palmivora can attack cocoa at various age levels, from nurseries to mature plants. The intensity of this pathogen attack can reach 85% in […]

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Encouraging Cocoa Development And Productivity, IIBCRI Signs Mou With CSP

The Ministry of Agriculture  continues to encourage the development of modern agriculture which is based on technological innovation. In the midst of the Covid-19 threat that affected all lines, the agriculture and plantation sectors were considered to be able to survive compared to other industrial sectors. Including in the plantation sector, various ways sought by the Ministry […]

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Gamal (Glyricidia Maculata) Young Leaf Extract Control Cocoa Fruit Pentil Withers

PLANTATION NEWS – Glyricidia plants as cocoa plants must be pruned regularly (2-3 times / year). The results of the pruning can be used as a source of body horon that is extracted from young leaves. Old leaves can be used as organic fertilizer for cocoa plants. Cocoa nipple wilt can be controlled by utilizing protective leaf trimming waste ( Glyricidia ) which […]

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Formulation Of Trichoderma Biological Agent To Control BPB In Pepper Plants

PLANTATION NEWS – Stem rot (BPB) on pepper (piper nigrum) is a soil contagion which is difficult to know. Withering symptoms that occur in pepper plants are generally an advanced stage of infection. The use of biological agents that can be applied in the soil around the roots of pepper is considered an efficient approach to reduce […]

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Meranti Liberoid Superior Variety 1 Superior Coffee From Meranti Islands

PLANTATION NEWS – Meranti Liberoid Coffee is very suitable for the development of coffee plants in peatlands. This has all been proven by the development of the Liberoid coffee plant in the Meranti Islands, Riau Province, precisely in the Coastal Excitious Islands covering an area of ​​1,000 ha on gambaut land. Liberoid coffee flavor Meranti 1 […]

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4 Times FWE, Ministry Of Agriculture Commitment To Maintain Accountability And Transparency In Financial Management

Jakarta – The Ministry of Agriculture again won the Fair Without Exception (FWE) opinion from the Supreme Audit Agency (BPK). This achievement also noted that four consecutive years the Ministry of Agriculture was considered to have carried out accountable and credible, transparent and transparent budget management according to government accounting standards. The Head of BPK’s State […]

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Non-Conventional Technology Application Webinars On Plant Breeding

PUSLITBANGBUN ACTIVITY – Commodity of estate crops has a high economic value. The development of plantation crops in Indonesia needs to be continuously improved, one of which is the availability of superior planting material. Breeding of estate crops takes a very long time to produce new high yielding varieties. Therefore, technological breakthroughs are needed that can accelerate the […]

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ICC are ICECRD Strategic Partners

PUSLITBANGBUN ACTIVITY – Friday 17 July 2020, Dissemination and Collaboration team (KSPHP) of Indonesian Center For Estate Crops Research and Development (ICECRD) visited the International Coconut Community (ICC) office in Jakarta. Head of KSPHP Dr. Tedy Dirhamsyah, SP., MAB, together with the Head of Collaboration and head of Dissemintation team and staff, were received directly by the ICC Executive Director […]

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The Use Of Superior Seeds To Improve Oil Quality And Income Of Lemongrass Business

PUSLITBANGBUN NEWS – Citronella oil ( Cymbopogon nardus ), is one of Indonesia’s sources of foreign exchange. In 2022 it is estimated that the marketing value of world lemongrass oil will reach more than US $ 70 million and Indonesia produces 40% of the world’s supply. The quality of Indonesian lemongrass oil is low because farmers generally grow local […]

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Brontispa Longissima Species On Coconut And Its Control Strategies

PUSLITBANGBUN NEWS – Brontispa Longissima is one of the limiting factors in increasing coconut production, so its presence needs to be controlled wisely. These pests are genetically divided into two clades ( Asian and Pacific clades ). The genetic diversity of B. longissima can occur due to changes in the sequence of nucleotides that make up DNA or mutations, recombination, or migration of ge from one […]

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