Good Agricultural Practices for Potato Breeding Technology in Jambi

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Good Agricultural Practices for Potato Breeding Technology in Jambi

Lutfi Izhar1*, Lindayanti1 dan Salwati1
1Jambi Assessment Institute for Agricultural Technology (AIAT)
Jl. Samarinda, Paal 5, Kota Baru, Jambi, 36128
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Abstract

 

Potatoes are an important vegetable commodity and high economic value. Based on the various constraints and information available, potato farming begins with the availability of quality and healthy seeds in order to produce higher productivity, in sufficient volume and available every season,therefore farmers can plant it on time. One of the supporting elements to supporton potato production is the use of premium quality seeds. Seed is a technology component that significantly increases potato production, therefore new varieties are prioritized on improving yield, resistance to pests and diseases, also high adaptation to local area agroecosystems. To realize theseexpectations, it is very necessary to produce high quality of potato seeds to  support potato selfsufficiency. AIAT contributed and realized on increasing the availability of high quality seeds by conducting good agricultural practice (GAP) usingPotato Seed Technologies. This study was conducted in Kayu Aro, Kerinci Regency, from August to December 2017. The target of 25 tons of potato seeds wasachieved properlyand sustainably for long time period for this areas.

Keywords: potato, seed, Jambi, good seed technologies.


 

 

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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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