Certification Of Robusta Coffee And PCC Extracted Cocoa Seeds

ESTATE CROPS INFO – Observations in the field show that the percentage of coffee clones that pass certification is higher than cacao. Based on the requirements for coffee and cocoa seeds, it can be seen that the certified cocoa seeds are mostly not passed because of stunted plants. What caused it? Please refer to the following article: Certification […]

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Liberica Coffee Cultivation “Sustainable And Environmentally Friendly Farming” On Peat Soil

ESTATE CROPS INFO – Peat soil is one of the land options for future agricultural development that is difficult to avoid in Indonesia. In addition to its wide availability (10 million ha), peatlands if managed properly can become productive agricultural land. Liberika coffee, the third type of commercial coffee after Arabica and Robusta can be cultivated on […]

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Liberika Coffee Cultivation “Sustainable And Environmentally Friendly Farming” In Peatlands

ESTATE CROPS INFO – Farmers in Tanjung Jabung Barat District, Jambi Province, have been cultivating Liberika coffee on peat soil since 1940 and have survived until now. In this area, approximately 3000 ha of peatland are used for Liberika coffee cultivation by around 2300 farmer families. The performance of the Liberika coffee plant in the West Tanjung […]

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Diseases Of Liberica Coffee Plants In Peatlands Of West Tanjung-Jambi And Meranti Islands

ICECRD INFO – Peatlands in Indonesia are quite extensive, around 10 million ha spread over several large islands such as Sumatra, Kalimantan and Papua (Haryono, 2013). A small part of this land has been used for plantation crops such as the Liberica coffee plant. Peatlands that have been used for Liberika coffee plants are in the Riau […]

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Utilization Of Peatlands For Development Of Liberika Coffee

ICECRD NEWS – The need for coffee continues to increase both domestically and abroad, to meet these needs experiencing several obstacles such as competition in land use such as Robusta coffee in the lowlands, Arabica coffee in the highlands. There is a large area of ​​peatland with a low level of competition. For the development of Liberika […]

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Bioactive Components Of Coffee Have Potential To Be Antidiabetic

PLANTATION PUBLICATIONS – Coffee consumers are currently increasing, its popularity is marked by the downstream coffee industry that is spreading in the midst of society. Coffee consumption besides giving a refreshing effect also has benefits in improving the health level of its consumers. The bioactive components in coffee have activities such as antioxidants, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial and antidiabetic. The […]

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Utilization Of Nano Technology For The Production Of Pesticides

ICECRD NEWS – Biopesticides are one of the efforts to control pests and diseases that are environmentally friendly. Several biopesticides have been tested and are effective in controlling coffee pests and diseases. Along with the development of the times, nanotechnology can be applied to biopesticide formulation techniques. Nanobiopesticides are pesticide technologies consisting of small particles or small structures […]

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Meranti Liberoid Superior Variety 1 Superior Coffee From Meranti Islands

ICECRD 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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Induction of Secondary Somatic Embryos of Arabica Coffee and Detection Somaclonal Variation using SSRs Marker

ESTATE CROPS INFO – The secondary somatic embryogenesis of coffee plant can be used to propagate superior varieties, plant resulted from genetic transformation and mutation. Present study aimed to obtain the best media composition for induction of secondary somatic embryos in solid or semi-solid media, and to evaluate the possibility of somaclonal variations occurrence in […]

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Prospects of Agroforestry Development Based on Coffee in Indonesia

Estate Crops News – Limitations of agricultural land to encourage people/ farmers open up new land in forest areas, by felling tree forests and forcing open plants and burning the remains of plants and shrubs as a result of land being serious critical. One effort to over come the problem is through the implementation of […]

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