Indonesia's great harvest in Ngawi and Purworejo areas will flood the market

Market & Price Trends
Published Feb 28, 2024

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Central Java and East Java are entering their main harvest season, with significant activity in Purworejo and Ngawi. The February harvest in Nkombol District, Purworejo, is expected to cover 783 hectares, peaking in late March. Local officials are optimistic that the harvest will meet national and market needs, reducing the need for imports. The increase in harvested land area and production is attributed to support from the central government, particularly the Ministry of Agriculture.
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TABLOID SINAR TANI, Jakarta -- Many agricultural centers in Central Java and East Java are starting to enter the main harvest at the end of this month. Two of them are Purworejo (Central Java) and Ngawi (East Java). In Nkombol District, Purworejo Regency, Central Java Province, farmers are busy holding a harvest in several villages which are centers of agricultural activity. Villages such as Laban, Wonosri, Jeruken, Tanjungrejo, Kalitanjung, Wasiat, Tunjungan, Pejagran, Wonoroto, Kesidan, Kumpusari, Kaliwungukidul, and Awu-awu witness the activity of these farmers. The local PPL coordinator, Woro, stated that the February harvest is estimated to involve a land area of 783 hectares, with the peak expected to occur at the end of March. Woro is optimistic that this year's harvest will be able to meet national needs. "From the results of the tiling carried out at the Advanced Farmers Group some time ago, the productivity reached 7 tons per hectare with the Inpari 32 variety and no ...
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