Indonesia

ABSTRACT Soil-borne diseases are one of the factors that limit the productivity of agricultural crops in Indonesia. Soil-borne pathogens that predominantly attack various types of agricultural plants in Indonesia include Fusarium spp., Pythium spp., Phytophthora spp., Ralstonia solanacearum,...
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ABSTRACT In recent years, the trend in coffee consumption has increased rapidly in various countries, especially in Indonesia. The government has predicted that there will be a significant increase in domestic coffee consumption in the coming years — the central government plans to increase the...
Country: Indonesia Topic: Overview
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ABSTRACT The project was conducted by Feng Chia University of Taiwan in partnership with the local community at Manado slaughterhouse Bailang Village, Manado city, Indonesia. Bailang Village is located at the suburbs with area of 4.52 km2. The population of Bailang Village is around 7,500 people...
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ABSTRACT Coronavirus Disease (Covid-19) has been declared as a global pandemic with high number of cases and deaths in numerous countries. Indonesia has recorded a high case fatality rate (8.029%) which needs to be prevented through appropriate policy response, particularly the Presidential...
Country: Indonesia Topic: Overview
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ABSTRACT As a part of the Medium-Term National Development Plan, the Strategic Plan of the Indonesian Ministry of Agriculture 2020-2024 is generally aimed at achieving a self-relience, developed, and prosperous agricultural community by increasing food security and agricultural...
Country: Indonesia Topic: Overview
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