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IJSTR >> Volume 6 - Issue 12, December 2017 Edition

International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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The Technology Services Of Cassava And Sugar Cane Cultivation At Starch Technology Center In 2016

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M.C. Tri Atmodjo, Bambang Singgih, Ngatinem J.P



low cost input, agriculture, productivity, optimization



The current agricultural system should be able to create agriculture that has high productivity but with low cost input. The agricultural system is an efficient and environmentally friendly agricultural system which capable of utilizing the potential of local resources optimally for the purpose of sustainable agriculture development. This low input farming system is better known as Low Input Sustainable Agriculture (LISA).Optimization of Integrated Farming System intended to exploit the potential of local resources for the purpose of sustainable agricultural development.. Integrated agriculture is a system that reuses or recycles the waste arising from the system. for the utilization process to occur effectively and efficiently., it should be integrated agricultural production in one area. In the area there are sectors of production of crops, livestock and fishery are interconnected to obtain an area that has a complete ecosystem in which all components of production will not be waste because it will be utilized by other components. The main characteristic of crop-cattle integration is the presence of synergism or mutually beneficial linkages between crops and livestock. Livestock uses plant waste as a source of feed and plants get organic fertilizer from livestock manure.



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