ICECRD Actively Supports The MBKM Program Of Agriculture Faculty of Sudirman University

ICECRD ACTIVITIES – After receiving a visit from the Trangkil Sugar Factory (PG) Leaders in the context of exploring cooperation, they continued to receive a visit from the Directorate General of Plantation of the Ministry of Agriculture at the Plantation Research and Development Center (25/11/2020), Head of Center Ir. Syafaruddin, Ph.D. continued the Focus Group Discussion (FGD) […]

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Visited by PG. Trangkil, Head Of ICECRD Ready To Cooperate To Develop Sugarcane In Indonesia In 2021

ICECRD ACTIVITIES – (Wednesday, 25/11/20), the Indonesian Center For Estate Crops Research and Development (ICECRD) received a visit from the Trangkil Sugar Factory Leaders and their team in order to strengthen cooperation in the field of sugarcane development in Indonesia which had previously been established with the Research Institute the scope of the Plantation Research […]

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Indonesian Center For Estate Crops Research and Development Supports Innovative And Collaborative Research (RIK), IAARD

As a follow-up to the Collaborative Innovative Research discussion meeting at the Margo City Hotel on September 4, 2020, the Indonesian Center For Estate Crops Research and Development (ICECRD) as Coordinator of the Main Priority Program (PPU) for the Development of Spices and Medicines, held a coordination meeting on Tuesday, September 15, 2020 in the […]

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Domestic Sugar Availability Perspective And National Sugar Self-Sufficiency

PLANTATION PUBLICATIONS – This article aims to review the perspective of domestic sugar availability and national sugar self-sufficiency. The results of the review show that the existence of sugar as one of the basic needs of the Indonesian people is faced with the gap between production (2.5 million tons / year) and consumption (5.7 million). […]

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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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Technology For Curing Sugar Cane Cultivation Supports Improving Crystalline Productivity

ICECRD NEWS – Sugarcane plantations are currently dominated by ratoon or kepras sugarcane which has a tendency to decrease productivity with increasing ratoon period. Farmers prefer to plant ratoon because planting new sugar cane requires high costs for unloading ratoon and procuring sugar cane seeds. Technology support for ratooning cane cultivation is needed to increase the productivity […]

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

ICECRD 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

ICECRD 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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Opportunities And Challenges Of Essential Development On Marginal Land

ICECRD ACTIVITIES – Indonesia is a country with a fairly large marginal land (up to 100 million Ha). The distribution of marginal land in Indonesia is spread as acid land and tidal land. Marginal land has physical, chemical and biological characteristics that are not optimal as land for plant cultivation. The increasing human population and limited agricultural land […]

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