Indonesia

ABSTRACT National population growth has increased the domestic demand for horticulture commodities. Geographically, Indonesia has great potential in leading the fruit and vegetable production in Southeast Asia. However, many factors lead to the lack of domestic production, including lack of...
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ABSTRACT As one of the biodiversity sources, there is a need to develop spice commodities in Indonesia. This article aims to discuss the development of these commodities based on historical value and its future perspective. Spices can be grown in all areas of the country; however, the...
Country: Indonesia Topic: Overview
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ABSTRACT REDD+ is an acronym for Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (plus: role of conservation, sustainable management of forest carbon stocks in developing countries). REDD+ are measures designed to use financial incentives to reduce emissions from greenhouse gases,...
Country: Indonesia Topic: Forestry
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ABSTRACT Even though urban farming is relatively less paid attention to compared with rural farming in Indonesia, the development of urban farming is quite prospective in the country. It is to generate income, shorten the supply chain of agricultural products, and maintain the city’s...
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ABSTRACT This article aims at discussing the National System of Science and Technology (NSST) as well as the National Research and Innovation Agency (BRIN) to particularly strengthen Research and Development (R&D) in Indonesia. The National System of Science and Technology has among other...
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