World Population in 2050
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We have over 50 years of practical experience in the field of sustainable cultivation of lowland, wetland, and flatland situated within the island of Sumatra, Indonesia.
Our strategy is to combine the experience that we have in implementing comprehensive water management system that resulted in a sustainable agricultural practice within our plantation, with cutting-edge scientific studies and strategic partnerships. Through the sound scientific knowledge, we aim to make our organization a well-trusted source of information, and through strategic collaboration with relevant external entities, we see the opportunity to leverage significant change
In accordance with our vision, mission, and values, we commit to delve into these relevant topics of interest to support the causes that we believe. By obtaining and spreading the knowledge from our research, we can cooperatively direct our way of life to a better future.
We should get prepared to shift our view on agriculture development due to climate change. The changing rainfall patterns tend to prolong the dry season. Hence, the adaptation of agriculture practice to climate change is essential to make sure sustainable food...
This article was originally published on Thrive. -- Due to El Niño events, the rainfall pattern in Indonesia has changed. During the dry season, rainfall is reduced, causing severe drought. And when this kind of drought occurs, we usually face severe land and...
What use of research if it is not being disseminated and applied for better purposes? Currently, TJF is conducting a carbon balance research that measures carbon sequestration and emission in the coconut plantation situated in the peatland area. With this research, we...
This article was originally published on Eco-Business. Diversification can increase food security by mitigating the threat of crop failure. Indonesia can tap suboptimal land to grow many types of alternative crops such as sago. -- Global food supply chains are...
In the last three months, the word ‘food estate’ (lumbung pangan) has been dominating the news headline, again. It is not the first time we heard this terminology — the usage of food estate has been introduced at least four times in Indonesia. While lumbung pangan...
In Quimbaya, Colombia, a wife accompanies her farmer husband to measure soil fertility using simple tools. In Buton Island, Indonesia, a daughter teaches her father to manage his customers’ purchase order for his fish catches using a smartphone.[i] As a result, both...