1. 01-01-2001 Durian is extensively grown in tropical regions, the major producers being Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia and the Philippines. The tree is also grown in northern Australia, some South American countries and in Africa. Although to many its smell is notoriously offensive, its taste can become a...
  2. The first part of this volume reviews the current shrimp farming industry in China, Thailand, Indonesia, Taiwan and Ecuador. In the stock quality section of this volume, high health shrimp systems, potential for genetic improvement of farmed stocks, and probiotic manipulation of hatchery...
  3. The reports presented in this publication review the progress of soybean research in seven Asian countries and four International Agricultural Research Centers. The major problem areas and difficultires involved in solving them are also presented by the authors.
  4. 01-11-2017 In 1998, ECHO USA mailed six chaya stalks to Indonesia. Today, a conservatively estimated 10,000 households across Indonesia are benefiting from this ‘Mayan Superfood.” Come hear about an indigenous grower-to-grower movement and how its promoters in the informal association, “Komunitas Chaya...
  5. Abstract, Food Research, 2018 Tempeh is an Indonesian staple food produced through a solid-state fungal fermentation of legumes, resulting to a mycelia-knitted compact cake of beans (Gibbs et al., 2004). The key microorganism leading the process of tempeh production is a fungus from the Rhizopus...
  6. 01-01-2000 Nearly three hundred full-color photographs complement a tour of the most beautiful gardens of Hawaii, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, and Bali, presenting a wide array of public and private gardens along with a detailed discussion of garden design, plant selection, history, and...
  7. The purpose of this document is to tell the history of the Community Leadership Training (COLT) program in Indonesia from the viewpoint of the field and to share the experience with other World Vision fields.
  8. This thesis describes research on the role of foods for improving vitamin A status of breastfeeding women in Indonesia.
  9. Includes detail entries with illustrations describing specific skills in indigenous Indonesian technologies in Agriculture, Fishing and Aquaculture, Post Harvest Processing and Cooking Utensils, Water Supply, Transportation, Architecture, Housing and Construction, Small Industries, Handicrafts...
  10. 01-01-1983 This report describes a little-known tree legume, Calliandra calothrysus. In 1936, foresters transported seed from Guatemala to Indonesia. They were interested in calliandra and other legumes as possible green manures or shade trees in coffee plantations. Today Javanese cultivate calliandra...