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PUSLITBANG HORTIKULTURA
No.
Nama Proyek
Nama Donor
Keterangan
1.
Conservation and Sustainable Use of Cultivated and Wild Tropical Fruit Diversity: Promoting Sustainable Livelihoods, Food Security and Ecosystem Services
UNEP-GEF Bioversity Int'l.
Kemajuan kegiatan :
  1. Pelaksanaan diversity fair di lokasi proyek (4 site di Kalimantan Selatan dan 2 site di Jawa Timur)
  2. Pembuatan fruit catalogue untuk varietasmangga dan jeruk yang unik di masing-masing site
  3. Pelaksanaan survey pola konsumsi buah-buahan skala rumah tangga di lokasi proyek
  4. Pelaksanaan analisis pemasaran buah-buahan
  5. Pelaksanaan pelatihan pengolahan buah-buahan
  6. Pelaksanaan National Project Steering Committee meeting di Jakarta dan Bogor
2.
Integrated crop production of bananas in Indonesia and Australia
ACIAR
Kemajuan kegiatan :
  1. Telah dilaksanakan kegiatan survey (SCM) : survey ke petani, pedagang pengumpul, industri pengolahan pisang, pengusaha transportasi, dan pedagang besar di desa Sarampad, Cianjur, dan desa Legundi Lampung Selatan,
  2. Survei ke petani terdiri dari 2 kelompok, yaitu kelompok petani kooperator dan kelompok petani non kooperator,
  3. Mensinergikan kegiatan dengan menjalin komunikasi dan kerja sama dengan BPTPH, BPTP, Dinas Provinsi/Kabupaten
3.
Development of locally appropriate GAP programs and agricultural produce safety information system (Regional)
AFACI
  1. Principal Investigator meeting AFACI on PAN - ASIAN and RegionalProject, in Suwon, Korea, 24-28 September 2012: From that meeting, have been resulted agreement that Project Development of Locally Appropriate Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) Programmes and Agricultural Produce Safety Information System in Indonesia, conducted by the Center for Horticulture, Agricultural Research Agency with PI Dr. Idha Widi Arsanti. The peoject will run for three years with a project value of $ 30,000. In the first year, the activity begins with the initial data collection, workshops, and making GAP manual for two horticultural commodities. Activities in the second year will be focuced on the implementation on the ground 2 GAP and GAP manual development. The project will be concluded in the third year with the evaluation and finalization on the manual. Each end of the financial period at the end of each year, the PI will be meeting for progress monitoring and reporting activities
  2. Focus Group Discussion (FGD) have done on 15 January 2013. The result of the discuss were:
    (1) Procedure Operational System (POS) that be done on farmer group can be re-written according to what was done by the farmer. The new technology can be included in the POS if the farmer apply it. The asisstance from researchers and other stakeholders is needed in drafting the new POS (2) Pak Asep SOP farmer groups can be re-written according to what was done by pak Asep. The new technology will be applied to be included in the SOP if the farmer Pak Asep apply. Need assistance from researchers and other stakeholders in drafting the new SOP. (3) Improving the chilies  and Mangoes POS will be done on fertilizer and pest & disease control.

BALAI PENELITIAN TANAMAN HIAS
No.
Nama Proyek
Nama Donor
Keterangan
1.
Mobilizing vegetable genetic resources and technologies to enhance household nutrition, income and livelihoods in Indonesia
AVRDC
  1. 'The AVRD funded project tittled “Mobilizing Vegetable Genetic Resources and Technologies to Enhance Household Nutrition, Income and Livelihoods in Indonesia”, is now in its second year. A wide range of activities were conducted in Year 2 (January – November 2012) relating to vegetable production,. Tomato and chili pepper varieties were tested for resistance to several major diseases. Soil fertility amendments were compared. Major insect pests were monitored using sex pheromones, and training workshops on tomato/pepper/eggplant grafting technologies were conducted.
  2. 'In East Java, chili pepper variety trials were conducted in Kediri and Blitar. Several lines were found to have moderate resistance against anthracnose. In Blitar, however, a more serious problem than anthracnose was Phytophthora disease. Results are being further analyzed for Phytophthora tolerance. A tomato variety trial was conducted in Kediri where various diseases infected the crop. Several tomato lines showed tolerance to viral diseases, and some others showed moderate resistance to bacterial wilt. However, no tomato lines were resistant to both bacterial and viral diseases. Eight lines of chili and 10 lines of tomato are proposed to be tested further testing at larger scale.
  3. 'A soil fertility study was conducted in Kediri with AVRDC’s starter solution technology as the main intervention. Starter solution is different from the present farmers’ practice in terms of solution concentration and application timing. The study is still in progress.
  4. The training workshops focused on grafting tomato scions onto eggplant and tomato rootstocks using AVRDC’s tube splicing technique. Grafting with rootstock germplasm that is resistant/tolerant to soil-borne diseases and flooding can provide farmers a means to overcome these constraints. Participants were interested in the grafting technology, as indicated by many of them requesting resistant rootstocks and practicing grafting on their own afterwards. The same technique can be used for grafting chili and sweet peppers.
2.
Sustainable Productivity Improvements in Allium and Solanaceous Vegetable Crops in Indonesia and Sub-Tropical Australia
ACIAR
Kemajuan kegiatan :
  1. Review of local information and literature – shallot-chilli-rice - Draft report has been written and distributed to all collaborators for discussion
  2. Strategic surveys of shallot chilli agronomic, production and marketing practices. (Supply chain, agronomic benchmarking, strategic surveys) - Surveys have been
    completed for Brebes and Cirebon, while for Bantul and Nganjuk are still
    going on.
  3. Propagation of shallot accessions (for virus testing and genetic variability analysis) is in progress.
3.
Train the Chain untuk 2 komoditas yaitu paprika dan cabai merah
HORTIN II BELANDA
RESULTS OF TRAIN THE CHAIN PROJECT IN BRIEF
(Kegiatan sudah selesai di tahun 2011)
  1. The aim of the Train the Chain project (2009 – 2011) was to increase the income of growers of sweet and hot pepper in Indonesia. To realize this aim, the project developed practical, cost-reducing and yield increasing recommendations and guidelines. The activities were concentrated on pest and disease control and on fertilizer use, as it was known that growers in general use too many pesticides and too much fertilizer.
  2. The project started with an inventory and analysis of constraints in pest and disease control and fertilizer use. After that, recommendations for practical improvements were formulated together with growers and other stakeholders. After that an extension, demonstration and intensive training program was started for the implementation of the recommendations.
  3. To show the improved cultivation techniques, two times demonstration fields were created at farmers locations. For sweet pepper this was in a plastic house in Pasirlangu, West Java. For hot pepper this was at three locations in the Brebes area, Central Java. These demonstration fields were intensively used for training of pilot farmers and instruction to other farmers during field days.
  4. Training modules and lectures were developed for teachers of agricultural colleges and undergraduate university students, as based on the knowledge developed in the program. The experience and activities of the project have been documented on video and in a number of publications, like power point presentations, posters, training modules and cultivation manuals.
  5. Training modules and lectures were developed for teachers of agricultural colleges and undergraduate university students, as based on the knowledge developed in the program. The experience and activities of the project have been documented on video and in a number of publications, like power point presentations, posters, training modules and cultivation manuals.
  6. The initially formulated target of 10 percent reduction in pesticide use and 10 percent increase in income, appeared to be realistic. When 50 growers realize the mentioned increase in income, this would mean an increase in group income of €520.000,-. With sweet pepper part of the yield increase is related to the type of plastic house used. The ultimate realization of this goal therefore depends on the rate of substitution of bamboo frame plastic houses with wood/metal frame plastic houses that have a better light transmission.
  7. By the development and introduction of methods to reduce pesticide use, the income of a hot pepper grower could increase by 56 percent. The cultivation of hot pepper usually is combined with that of shallots. By improvements in shallots production, a grower’s income could increase with 34 percent. In mixed cropping of hot pepper and shallots, the increase in income was 44 percent. With a commonly cultivated area of 1,600 m2 per grower, with two mixed crop cultivations a year, the profit can increase with 44 percent, that is IDR 9,900,000,- (€ 825,-) a year. The formulated target of an income increase of 10 to 20 percent could be realized. With an average increase of € 825,- per grower, and a total of 500 growers participating, the potential group income increase would amount to €412,500.- a year.
  8. The project was carried out by the Indonesian Vegetable Research Institute in Lembang in co-operation with Applied Plant Research, Lelystad and WUR-Greenhouse Horticulture, Bleiswijk, Wageningen University and Research Center.

BALAI PENELITIAN TANAMAN BUAH TROPIKA
No.
Nama Proyek
Nama Donor
Keterangan
1.
Integrated crop production of bananas in Indonesia and Australia
ACIAR - Bioversity Int'l
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2.
Management of Fruit Quality and Pest Infestation on Mango and Mangosteen to meet Technical Market Access Requirement
ACIAR
  1. Untuk keperluan ekspor, baru sekitar 30% dari mangga yang diterima pedagang bisa masuk kualitas ekspor,
  2. Berdasarkan umur buah dan panas unit telah ditentukan saat petik optimum mangga gedong gincu,
  3. Demplot telah terbentuk setahun dan mendapat respon positif dari pengguna terutama utk mangga di Jawa Barat dan manggis di Sumater Barat,
  4. Uji preferensi pada konsumen mangga gedong gincu (Jepang, Timur Tengah, Hongkong, Belanda, dan Korea) semua konsumen menyuaki karakter mangga gedong gincu, namun kurang menyukai tampilan buah yang berukuran kecil,
  5. Untuk mangga telah ada pestisida yang direkomendasikan, sedangkan untuk manggis belum ada,
  6. Minyak sereh wangi mampu menekan serangan OPT (lalat buah dan antaknose) dengan kriteria moderat,
  7. Setiap potensi kelas mangga telah diketahui potensi pasarnya, baik di dalam negeri dan luar negeri,
  8. Telah diperoleh spesies tungau dan thrips yang berasosiasi dengan manggis serta sebaran populasi pada tiap fase pertumbuhan
  9. Pasar yang memiliki potensi untuk ekspor mangga ialah Hongkong, Singapura, Belanda, dan Jepang. Persyaratan ekspor untuk masing-masing negara telah teridentifikasi,
  10. Data dasar varietas mangga komersial yang memiliki potensi pengembangan pasar yang sudah diperoleh ialah gedong gincu, arumanis, Gadung, dan Podang. Pelaksanaan kegiatan
    berjalan lancar baik kegiatan teknis maupun manajemen keuangan. Permasalahan yang
    muncul adalah dari aspek teknis dimana kondisi musim yang ekstrim agak menghambat
    pelaksanaan penelitian terutama terjadinya kerontokan buah.
3.
Musa Collecting Mission Triangle Exploration
Bioversity Int'l
Kegiatan eksplorasi telah dilakukan pada dua provinsi di Indonesia (7 - 23 okt 2012), yaitu Sulawesi Utara dan Maluku Utara. Di Sulawesi Utara, kegiatan eksplorasi dilakukan di Manado, Boganinani, Gunung Ambang, dan Minahasa. Di Maluku Utara, kegiatan eksplorasi dilakukan di Ternate, Sufifi, Halmahera, dan kepulauan Tidore. Dari kegiatan eksplorasi ini dibawa beberapa bonggol untuk ditanam di Balitbu Tropika. Aksesi-aksesi yang di bawa dari Sulawesi Utara dan Maluku Utara ke Balitbu Tropika saat ini masih disemai di bak persemaian. Adapun aksesi-aksesi yang dibawa dari dua provinsi tersebut dan saat ini masih di bak persemaian adalah: mas manado, pisang seribu, libot, pinang, yaki (wild sp),roa, goroho merah, roa besar, lolodensis, mora, boki, tako api, koi putih, pisang batu, raja batu, sangate, dan gaba-gaba putih. Selain bonggol, biji dari pisang wild sp. juga dibawa ke Balitbu tropika untuk disemai. Biji-biji yang dibawa adalah pisang liar yaitu yaki, lolodensis, dan wild sp. jantung putih. Tapi pada saat ini biji yang disemai belum berkecambah. Hal ini diduga karena masa dormansi biji lama. Karena itu biji masih terus disemai di bak pasir. Selain biji disemai di bak pasir, biji juga dikecambahkan di media kultur jaringan. Namun biji masih juga belum berkecambah.

 
     
 
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