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INDONESIA

In Indonesia, the project is executed by Indonesian Centre for Horticultural Research and Development (ICHORD). The National Project Management Unit (NPMU) is based at ICHORD, Jakarta.

Project interventions in Indonesia focused on Mango, Citrus, Garcinia and Rambutan.

Indonesia selected 7 sites in East Java, South Kalimantan and Sumatra as below:

EAST JAVA

1. Bibis, Magetan

Location

The site is located about 200km southwest from Surabaya, the capital city of the province, close to Lawu mountain. The area’s important livelihood crops include citrus, pummelo, sugarcane, paddy, cassava and other tuber crops such as yam.

Target crops and varieties

Six Citrus spp maintained in home gardens and semi-commercial orchards. Adasnambangan is most common pummelo variety.  The site has 9 varieties of pummelo.

2. Tiron, Kediri

Location

Tiron is a village in the Banyakan sub-district, Kediri district, in the East Java province. It is one of the main mango (Mangifera indica) production villages in Central East-Java. Farmers earn their main income of mangoes, corn, cassava, tuber crops such yams, and rain-fed paddy-rice for home consumption and sales.

Target crops and varieties

Mango Podang Urang is the most popular variety and other varieties such as Podang Lumut, Gadung, Madu, Golek, etc. are also grown here. A total of 4 Mangifera species and 24 varieties of M. indica are found in this site. Most of the mango trees are grown in the home gardens but these varieties are also grown in a forest jointly managed by the community and the local forestry services.

SOUTH KALIMANTAN

3. Astambul, Banjar

Location

The site represents monotonous swamp land area in Banjar. Household incomes are from rice, citrus and vegetables such long beans and cucumbers.

Target crops and varieties

Six Citrus species are grown in the home garden and in the farm here. The most popular variety is Siam Banjar (Citrus reticulata).

4. Cerbon, Barito Kuala

Location

The Cerbon site represents tidal swamp land area in Barito Kuala. The income sources of farmer households are rice and citrus farming.

Target crops and varieties

Citrus. The most popular variety is Siam Banjar (Citrus reticulata) which is grown both in the home garden and semi-commercially. Eight Citrus species are found in this site.

5. Sungai Tabuk, Banjar

Location

Sungai Tabuk represents tidal swamp area located in the east of South Kalimantan province. The site is often hit by floods, the duration of which can often be over six months. The main income of the area is from local varieties of paddy, mango, and fisheries.

Target crops and varieties

Mango. Ten Mangifera species are found in the site. The most popular species are kasturi (Mangifera casturi) and kuini (Mangifera odorata) which are grown in home gardens and community forests.

6. Telaga Langsat, Hulu Sungai Selatan

Location

The site is dry land area, located in the central of South Kalimantan province. The major crops grown here are rice, rubber, mango, rambutan and durian.

Target crops and varieties

Mango. Eleven Mangifera species are recorded in the site and most popular species are kasturi (Mangiferacasturi) and kuini (Mangiferaodorata) which are grown in home gardens and collected from a community forest.

SUMATRA

7. Jorong Taratak Latang, Nagari Latang, West Sumatra

Location

The site  is located in the foothill of Bukit Barisan. The  major sources of farmers  income are   obtained from farming of paddy, rubber and betel nut tree.

Target crops and varieties

Garcinia spp. Four to five species of Garcinia found in the site, mainly in the forest but not Garcinia mangostana which is mostly found in the home gardens and farms. Nephelium spp. Besides N. lappaceum (common rambutan), six types of rambutan are found in the site.

8. Jorong Palintangan, Nagari Kampung Dalam, Sijunjung, West Sumatra

Location

The site is also located in the foothill of Bukit Barisan. The  major sources of farmers  income are obtained from farming of paddy, rubber and betel nut tree.

Target crops and varieties

Garcinia spp. Four species of Garcinia are found in the site, mainly in the forest nearby the village. Nephelium spp. Besides N. lappaceum (common rambutan), two types of rambutan are found in the site.

CONTACTS

Prama Yufdy, PhD
National Project Director and NPSC Chair
Indonesian Centre for Horticultural Research & Development (ICHORD)
Jalan Ragunan No. 29A Pasar minggu,
Jakarta Selatan 12540
INDONESIA
Tel : + 62-21-7805768
Email : pramayufdy@yahoo.com

Idha Widi Arsanti, PhD
National Project Co-ordinator
Indonesian Centre for Horticulture Research and Development,
Jalan Ragunan 19, Pasar Minggu, 12520 
Jakarta Selatan,
INDONESIA
Tel : + 62-21-7805768, 7813152
Email : idha_arsanti@yahoo.com

M. Winarno, PhD
National Project Manager
Indonesian Centre for Horticultural research and Development (ICHORD)
Jalan Ragunan No 29 A Pasar minggu
Jakarta Selatan, 12540
INDONESIA
Tel: +62 217805768; 7890990
Email: m_winarno@yahoo.com

Kuntoro Boga Andri, PhD

Site-Coordinator-East Java
Assessment Institute for Agricultural Technology East Java (AIAT)
Jl. Raya KarangPloso Km 4, PO Box 188 Malang
East Java,
INDONESIA
Email: kuntoro@gmail.com

Achmad Rafieq
Site Coordinator-South Kalimantan
Assessment Institute for Agricultural Technology
South Kalimantan, Jl. Panglima Batur Barat No.4
Banjarbaru 70711 Kalimantan Selatan
INDONESIA
E-mail: a_rafieq@yahoo.com  

Ellina Mansyah
Site Coordinator-West Sumatara
Indonesian Tropical Fruit Research Institute (ITFRI)
Jl. Raya SolokAripan, Km.8, Solok, Sumatera Barat, Indonesia
Email: ellina_mansyah@yahoo.co.id

Ms. Linda Guno
Project Assistant
Indonesian Centre for Horticultural research and Development (ICHORD)
Jalan Ragunan No 29 A Pasar minggu
Jakarta Selatan, 12540
INDONESIA
Tel: +62 217805768; 7890990
Email: lindaguno@yahoo.com

Ms. Dian Kurniasih
Financial Assistant
Indonesian Centre for Horticultural research and Development (ICHORD)
Jalan Ragunan No 29 A Pasar minggu
Jakarta Selatan, 12540
INDONESIA
Tel: +62 217805768; 7890990
Fax: +62 217805135
Email: dee_tribe@yahoo.com  

Mr Aditya Kiloes

Project Assistant
Indonesian Centre for Horticultural research and Development (ICHORD)
Jalan Ragunan No 29 A Pasar minggu
Jakarta Selatan, 12540
INDONESIA
Tel: +62 217805768; 7890990
Email: aditkilus@yahoo.com

 

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