Collaborating With ICECRD, Desy Ratnasari Wants To Hold A Technical Guidance To Support The Development Of Coffee Edutourism Villages In Sukabumi

ICECRD ACTIVITIES – Tuesday, June 16, 2021, the Indonesian Center For Estate Crops Research and Development (ICECRD) received a visit from a member of the Indonesian House of Representatives Commission X, Desy Ratnasari and the team. The group was warmly welcomed by the Head of the ICECRD, Ir. Syafaruddin, Ph.D; PE and KSPHP Coordinator; and the Head of the […]

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Coordination Meeting Of The ICECRD: Evaluation Of 2020 Activities And Preparation For 2021

ICECRD ACTIVITIES – Tuesday, December 29, 2020, the Indonesian Center For Estate Crops Research and Development (ICECRD) together with four Technical Implementation Units (UPT) held an online limited coordination meeting (Rakortas). The Coordination Meeting led by the Head of the Plantation Research and Development Center, Ir. Syafaruddin, Ph.D. attended by the Head of ISMCRI, Head of ISFCRI, Head […]

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Bappenas Evaluates TTP Cahaya Negeri, IIBCRI

ICECRD ACTIVITIES – The National Development Planning Agency (BAPENAS) conducted an activity “Evaluating the implementation of technology transfer through the construction of agricultural techno parks” at the Cahaya Negeri Agricultural Technology Park (TTP), North Lampung on Thursday, November 19, 2020. The purpose of this activity was to evaluate sustainability TSP/TTP program which has been implemented […]

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The Potential Of Sunan Candlenut Plants As Reclamation Plants

ICECRD NEWS – Sunan candlenut ( Reutalis trisperma L.) is a member of the rubber-rubber (Eoforbia) family. Easily adaptable in several environments such as peat soil, sandy soil, clay soil, and ex-mining soil. This plant also grows well in soils with a low pH of <5 and is widely developed in the lowlands to highlands such as Sumedang, Garut and […]

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IIBCRI Wins 5th Place In The Public Information Disclosure Award For The Ministry Of Agriculture

PLANTATION INFO – The Indonesian Industrial & Bevarages Crops Research Institute (IIBCRI) has won 5th place as the best Technical Implementation Unit (UPT) in Public Information Management Services within the Ministry of Agriculture (MOA). This ranking was achieved by Balittri in the 2020 Ministry of Agriculture’s Public Information Disclosure Award event. IIBCRI as a UPT under […]

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Ephestia Cautella, The Enemy Of Cocoa Beans In Savings

PLANTATION NEWS – Cocoa is a commodity that requires a long process before it can be enjoyed. Usually, cocoa harvested from the field then undergoes a drying and fermenting process. Before processing, cocoa is stored for some time in the storage room in the form of dry beans. One of the insects known to damage cocoa beans in […]

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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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Integrated Cocoa Fruit Rot Disease Technology (BBK)

ICECRD 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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