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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Eucalyptus Versus Virus

PLANTATION NEWS – Recent research shows that eucalyptus has the potential to prevent corona viruses. The figure of the leaves and flowers of Eucalyptus torquata contains the compound sineol. The active ingredient of cineol contained in eucalyptus has the potential to prevent corona virus. “If you wait for the vaccine (corona virus, red), it takes a long […]

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IPCRI Ready To Support Coconut Based Agro Tourism Plans In Minut

PUSLITBANGBUN ACTIVITY – Indonesian Palm Crops Research Institute, Balitbangtan Ministry of Agriculture as one of the Technical Implementing Unit (UPT) of the Indonesian Industrial & Bevarages Crops Research Institute received a visit from the North Minahasa Agriculture Office Ir. Wangke S. Karundeng, MAP along with a group and also Coconut Farmers from South Minahasa. Head of IPCRI, […]

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Technical Guidance Coffee Entitled “Upstream Downstream Coffee Commodities”

PUSLITBANGBUN ACTIVITIES – Indonesian Industrial & Bevarages Crops Research Institute (IIBCRI) as one of the technical implementation units (UPT) in the Indonesian Center For Estate Crops Research and Development that produces technology in coffee commodity plantations, dissemination is one of the main tasks that cannot be separated from the role of IIBCRI. In order to carry […]

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