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Labor Intensive Technical Guidance Of ICECRD II, Invites People To Use Household Waste For Farming

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ICECRD ACTIVITIES – Farming is not expensive. Household recycled waste such as tires, plastic bags and used sacks can also be used for farming in the home environment. This was emphasized by the Coordinator of Research and Utilization of Research Results (KSPHP), Dr. Tedy Dirhamsyah, SP, MAB, in the Labor Intensive Technical Guidance held by the Indonesian Center For Estate Crops Research and Development (ICECRD) while adhering to health protocols, Wednesday, March 10, 2021.

“In front of the house, you can plant ginger, turmeric, and various other types of plants. Six to nine months of age, depending on whether we want to harvest a little bit young or old, that can be, “he said in front of about 90 participants of the technical guidance with the theme” Utilization of Yard with Plant-Findings or Family Medicinal Plants (TOGA) “.

Participants are advised to plant temu-finds or TOGA. The reason is, not only can it be used as a cooking spice, TOGA is also useful for increasing endurance and is able to relieve various kinds of disease symptoms. This is of course very useful at this time, considering that the Covid-19 pandemic is predicted to be moving from Indonesia for a long time.

ICECRD is open to the public for further consultation if they encounter difficulties in farming. Likewise, if the community wants to know about the ins and outs of plantations from upstream to downstream of plantation plant development.

This Labor Intensive Technical Guidance is a series of activities carried out in various parts of Indonesia by the Indonesian Agency for Agricultural Research and Development (IAARD including the ICECRD as one of its work units. This activity is expected to be able to motivate the community to be able to face the pandemic period while remaining productive, in relation to increasing income through agricultural activities, especially medicinal plants and families. (Anjas).

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