Indonesia: Ganjar volunteers conduct training on making brown sugar to improve the economy of Bulukumba residents, South Sulawesi

Updated Sep 29, 2023
SULSEL - United Sugar Cane Farmers (Petebu) volunteers supporting Ganjar Pranowo held training on making brown sugar from sugar cane sap for residents in Bulukumba Regency, Thursday (28/9/2023).
Chairman of the Petebu Ganjar Regional Management Council (DPD), Bulukumba Regency, Salahudin admitted that the training activity was in accordance with the request of residents who are farmers on local sugar plantations. "We have always been warning (hoping) about making sugar cane sap in Bulukumba Regency," he said at the activity location, Gattareng Village Field, Gantarang District, Bulukumba Regency. Salahudin hopes that processing local sugar cane plantation products into brown sugar products can increase the economic value of sugar cane plants so that they can increase the welfare of local residents. According to him, there are still very few sugarcane plantations in the local area because they are considered less profitable. In fact, by processing their own sugar cane plantations, residents can get more profitable results. "The presence of the Petebu Bulukumba DPD is a form of (concern) for increasing the productivity of sugar farmers ...
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