Innovation of Charcoal Fused Technology to Increase the Production of Plants, Safe and Healthy

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Innovation of Charcoal Fused Technology to Increase the Production of Plants,
Safe and Healthy

Gusmailina1*), Gustan Pari2), Sri Komarayati3)
Forest Products Research and Development Center
Jl. Gunung Batu No. 5, Bogor 16610, Indonesia
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Integrated charcoal is a technology that is done in an integrated manner in the process and the application. Charcoal is an innovation of environmentally friendly technology that can be applied to the community by utilizing various types of biomass waste as raw materials contained in the surrounding environment. Integrated charcoal technology (TAT) will produce charcoal, bioactive compost charcoal (arkoba) and liquid smoke, which can replace the existence of chemical fertilizers and pesticides. Integrated charcoal products (arkoba and liquid smoke ) can support organic, safe and healthy cultivation system. Arkoba is given at the beginning of planting, while liquid smoke is given once a week. Several application trials of integrated charcoal products on various types of crops, both agricultural crops, plantations and forestry crops, provide better results than using chemical fertilizers and pesticides. The integrated charcoal product will certainly be very profitable for farmers, because it is easy and cheap to apply, as well as very beneficial to the environment, because it will reduce pollution due to excessive use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides. This paper presents a review of integrated charcoal technology and application in rice plants. important to be disseminated as beneficial to society and environment.
Keywords: integrated charcoal, arkoba, liquid smoke, plants, safe, healthy


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Indonesian Agricultural Environment Research Institute (IAERI)



A. Wihardjaka (1) and L.J. Wade (2)
(1)Research Station of Agricultural Environment Preservation

(2)International Rice Research Institute

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