The Role Of The ICECRD In The Food Estate Area In Central Kalimantan

The development of the Food Estate Area of ​​10 thousand hectares in Pulang Pisau Regency, Central Kalimantan, presents many modern technologies and innovations from the Indonesian Agency for Agricultural Research and Development of the Ministry of Agriculture. One of them is a superior plantation commodity from the Indonesian Center For Estate Crops Research and Development (ICECRD). […]

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Strategy For Increasing Professionalism Of Librarians At The Indonesian Center For Estate Crops Research and Development

The Librarian At The Indonesian Center For Estate Crops Research and Development (ICECRD) participated in the “Appreciation for Improving the Ability of Technical Professionalism and Librarian Administration Performance” held by the Center for Library and Dissemination of Agricultural Technology, at Bumi Gumati Katulampa Bogor, on 29-30 September 2020. This meeting was opened by the Head […]

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Indonesian Center For Estate Crops Research and Development Strengthens Center Of Excellent Food Estate Program In Central Kalimantan

Head of the Indonesian Center For Estate Crops Research and Development (ICECRD) Ir. Syafaruddin, Ph.D., carried out a virtual consolidation with all Heads of Research Centers and researchers in the ICECRD (21/9/20). Consolidation related to the delivery of developments and field action plans for food estate activities in Central Kalimantan, especially the preparation of coconut seeds, coffee, and spices and medicinal plants. […]

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Indonesian Center For Estate Crops Research and Development Quick Response SE WFO And WFH Work Systems

Indonesian Center For Estate Crops Research and Development (ICECRD) responds quickly to a circular (SE) regarding the work from office (WFO) work system which runs a maximum of 25% and 75% work from home (WFH). This was decided in a consolidation meeting between the Head of the Center for Research and Development for Plantation with the Head of Research Institute, structural officials […]

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Utilization Of Nano Technology For The Production Of Pesticides

PLANTATION 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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Eucalyptus Innovation From IAARD

PLANTATION NEWS – Eucalyptus Is A Plant From Australia That Is Much Wanted For Its Oil. Eucalyptus oil is obtained through the distillation process of its leaves which are said to be rich in antioxidants and 1,8-cineole (eucalyptol) compounds. Head of Indonesian Agency for Agricultural Research and Development Ministry of Agriculture Dr. Fadjry Djufry, Msi said that […]

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The Production and Quality Improvement of Big White Ginger Seed Rhizomes by Plant Growth Regulator Aplication

ESTATE CROPS NEW – The main problems in the development of big white ginger plant (BWG) is the limited availability of quality seed rhizomes in sufficient quantities, at the time required by the user. Its caused by the production and quality of seed rhizomes are still low, and the seed rhizomes weight are rapidly shrinking […]

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Improvement of National Rubber Productivity through Acceleration of Innovation Adoption at The Farmer’s Level

ESTATE CROPS NEWS – This article presents Indonesia’s rubber productivity in general, technologies to increase rubber productivity, technology adoption constraints,and strategies to accelerate technology adoption, especially for smallholding farmers. Compared to other main producer countries, Indonesia’s rubber productivity is still relatively low. This is due to the majority of Indonesia’s rubber is smallholder plantation which […]

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Analysis of Genetic Stability of Micropropagated Sugarcane in Different Subculture Frequencies Using SSR Marker

ESTATE CROPS NEWS – In vitro technique is an effective method to produce high quality and uniform sugarcane seedlings. This study was aimed to determine genetic stability based on SSR marker analysis of six varieties of sugarcane subcultured in regeneration media. It was conducted at the ICABIOGRAD Molecular Biology Laboratory, Bogor, from May 2015 to October […]

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Status and Control Strategy of Important Sugarcane Diseases In Indonesia

ESTATE CROPS NEWS – There were more than 30 diseases have been recorded since sugarcane grown for sugar in Indonesia.  And yet, only few diseases considered as major diaseases since they decreased productivity up to 20% and sugar content significantly.  They were: sereh caused by Phytoplasm, pokkah boeng caused by Fusarium moniliformae, leafscald caused by Xanthomonas albineans, […]

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