Book Review
Mycorrhizal Fungi: Use in Sustainable Agriculture and Land Restoration
by : Zakaria Solaiman Lynette K. Abbott Ajit Varma

Update: 26 Apr 2017
Published: since 1 Mar 2008

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Adaptation Test of Sorghum BATAN Strains

A research cooperation between SEAMEO BIOTROP and National Atomic Energy Agency (BATAN) with the aim to obtain high productive adaptive strain of sorghum based on multilocation test has been carried out. 

Sorghum (Sorghum  bicolor  L.) belongs to cereals and is introduced to Indonesia. There are five known strains of Sorghum sp. in the world. This plant can grow not only on critical and arid land, b

Catfish Breeding

Catfish (Clarias sp) is one of the fishes known by the community.  Breeding of ‘lele dumbo’ (Clarias gariepinus) has gained more and more interest compared to local catfish due to its fast growth and unharmful stinger.

There is a great demand for catfish which motivates the community to breed this kind of fish. Many publications on practical breed

RED JABON (Anthocephalus macrophylla)

Red jabon is a fast growing species naturally grown in the Eastern part of Indonesia, especially Sulawesi, Maluku, and Papua.  Although this species is categorized as fast growing species, which can reach diameter at breast height of 30 cm within 5-7 years after planting, the colour of the wood is red.  That is why; this species is called red jabon.
In 2011 SEAMEO BIOTROP has successfully developed t