Get To Know The Nutmeg Forest Of South Aceh

ESTATE CROPS INFO – Forest nutmeg in South Aceh is found mostly in hilly areas and is identified as Myristica schifferii Warb. Trees with plant height can reach 20 meters. The fruit is round to slightly oval. The color of the young fruit skin is greenish, and the fruit that is old, the skin of the fruit is […]

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ISPO Certificate Ownership Is An Effort To Improve The Welfare Of Oil Palm Farmers

ESTATE CROPS INFO – Oil palm in Indonesia is mostly cultivated by smallholders and it is predicted that by 2030 the percentage of ownership could reach 60%. It is hoped that future oil palm development is sustainable, especially in terms of economic, social and environmental dimensions. Sustainable oil palm development at the entrepreneur level is represented […]

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Sweet Root, High Value Expectorant Medicinal Plant

ESTATE CROPS INFO – Licoric (America) or Liquorice (UK) are simplicia produced from the roots of Glycyrrhiza glabra and Glycyrrhiza inflata, in traditional medicine it is used for expectorants and treatment of gastric ulcers, hepatitis C, lung and skin diseases. The results showed that Glycyrrhizic acid (GA) can inhibit the activity of the HIV1 virus, hepatitis virus, avian infectious […]

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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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Warta ICECRD Vol. 26 No. 2, 2020

WARTA OF ESTATE CROPS – Indonesian Center For Estate Crops Research and Development Newsletter contains the main activities as well as the results of Indonesian Center For Estate Crops Research and Development. Commodity Information: Licorice root ( Glycyrrhiza glabra ) an economic expectorant medicinal plant ISPO certificate ownership is an effort to improve the welfare of oil […]

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Three Journals Of The ICECRD Scope, Are Designated As Rank 2 (S2) Accredited Scientific Journals

ICECRD ACTIVITIES – Three of the six scientific journals published by the Indonesian Center For Estate Crops Research and Development (ICECRD) were designated as Rank 2 Accredited Scientific Journals (S2) and received an accreditation certificate from the Ministry of Research and Technology / National Innovation Research Agency of the Republic of Indonesia. The determination is based […]

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Advantages And Potentials Of F1 Rate Curly Chili Peppers As Intercrops Between Immature Coconuts

ESTATE CROPS INFO – The planting of intercrops between immature coconuts (TBM) is very profitable because it is a source of livelihood for farmers while waiting for the main crops to produce coconuts (until the age of 5 – 6 years on inner coconut). Besides that, the garden is better maintained and fertilizers that are not […]

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Sclerotium Rolfsii Root Neck Rot Disease In Iles-Iles Plants And Their Control

ESTATE CROPS INFO – Root neck rot caused by Sclerotium rolfsii is the main disease in iles-iles plant. The fungus Sclerotium rolfsii can attack at any stage of plant growth, but is more common before harvest. Symptoms of attack are characterized by rot at the base of the root neck that spreads to the petiole, as a […]

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Estate Crops Infotech Vol. 12 No. 9, September 2020

ESTATE CROPS INFO – Porang is an industrial plant that is currently in great demand by the public. Porang cultivation is inseparable from various obstacles, including pests and diseases. This number discusses root-neck rot disease caused by Sclerotium rolfsii and how to control it. Another article discusses increasing the income of coconut farmers by planting curly chilies among […]

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Increase Coconut Farmers’ Income Through VCO Derivative Products

ESTATE CROPS INFO – Costs incurred by farmers in making VCO are not large. The results of research carried out by Darmanis (2019) on conventional VCO manufacturing training cost money to be spent in producing 20 liters of VCO of Rp. 1,515,000. These costs consist of fixed costs (IDR 462,000) and variable costs (IDR 1,515,000). VCO at the […]

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