ICC are ICECRD Strategic Partners

PUSLITBANGBUN ACTIVITY – Friday 17 July 2020, Dissemination and Collaboration team (KSPHP) of Indonesian Center For Estate Crops Research and Development (ICECRD) visited the International Coconut Community (ICC) office in Jakarta. Head of KSPHP Dr. Tedy Dirhamsyah, SP., MAB, together with the Head of Collaboration and head of Dissemintation team and staff, were received directly by the ICC Executive Director […]

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DPD RI Committee I: Eucalyptus Research Must Be Continued

BOGOR, PUSLITBANGBUN- Eucalyptus research must be continued by the Ministry of Agriculture (Kementan), because this is an important finding for the Indonesian people. This was conveyed by the Deputy Chairperson of the Committee I of the Regional Representative Council of the Republic of Indonesia (DPD RI) Dr. Abdul Kholik, SH., M.Sc. at his residence on Friday, July 10, […]

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IPCRI Prime Webinar “Previously, Now And Later”

PLANTATION ACTIVITIES – Indonesian Palm Crops Research Institute (IPCRI) as one of the Technical Implementing Unit (UPT) of the Indonesian Center For Estate Crops Research and Development, Indonesian Agency for Agricultural Research and Development Ministry of Agriculture held its first webinar on Wednesday, June 24, 2020. . Ir. Ismail Maskromo, M.Sc. titled IPCRI “Before, now and later”. In this […]

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ISFCRD Laboratory Survey Based On ISO / IEC 17025: 2017 Standard By The KAN Assessment Team

PLANTATION ACTIVITY – Laboratory Team for Indonesian Sweetener & Fiber Crops Research Institute (ISFCRD) participated in a Laboratory Survey based on ISO / IEC 17025: 2017 standards conducted by the Assessment Team of the National Accreditation Committee (KAN) on Thursday 25 June 2020. Surveillance was conducted virtually through fadility “Zoom Claud Meeting” was attended by […]

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Export Acceleration: IIBCRI Encourages Increased Coffee Productivity Through Technical Guidance Online

PLANTATION ACTIVITIES – Tuesday (23/6) Indonesian Industrial & Bevarages Crops Research Institute (IIBCRI) again held an Online Technical Guidance (BTO) “Hulu Hilir Hulu Hilir Coffee Commodity” for Session II. Technical Guidance is a continuation of the first session. There are two interesting discussions that were presented at the BTO this time, namely the discussion on the Control […]

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HKP, Moment Of Ministry Of Agriculture Builds Optimism In The Middle Of The Covid-19 Pandemic

PUSLITBANGBUN ACTIVITY – The Momentum of the Agricultural Krida Day (HKP), which is celebrated every June 21, is an astronomical marker when the state of the crop production process ends, and will begin in preparation for further production, so farmers will express gratitude for the big harvest. The 48th Agriculture Day Day Ceremony in 2020, is […]

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Know Noni, Bitter Fruit Rich In Benefits

PLANTATION NEWS – Speak noni, it must immediately imagine a bitter taste. But behind the bitter taste many sweet benefits that can be felt by humans. Like what? Noni is a green fruit that is found in Australia, India and Southeast Asia, including in Indonesia. In Indonesia, this fruit has many names such as  keumeudee  (Aceh); Noni  (Lampung); pace, kemudu, kudu  (Javanese); cangkudu  (Sundanese); kodhuk  (Madura); tibah  (Bali). While abroad, […]

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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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Spur Plantation Service And Technology Performance Through Bureaucratic Reform

PUSLITBANGBUN ACTIVITY – To create a professional Government Bureaucracy, the Indonesian Agency for Agricultural Research and Development Ministry of Agriculture together with the Work Unit and Technical Implementing Unit below including Indonesian Center For Estate Crops Research and Development seeks to shape a work culture in improving the performance of IAARD. The seriousness and commitment of […]

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Cardamom Cultivation Prospects

Cardamom is one of the spices that are needed by the community. Not only for cooking ingredients, cardamom is also needed for the food, beverage and pharmaceutical industries. Interested in starting cultivation? “Cardamom plants are shrubs that grow well in shaded conditions. Kapolaga plants require fertile, loose and well drained soil. Such land is abundant in Indonesia at various […]

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