Harper, Stephen (2009) Sustainable productivity improvements in allium and solanaceous vegetable crops in Indonesia and sub-tropical Australia. Project Report. ACIAR. (Unpublished)
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The most important vegetable crops grown in Indonesia, and particularly lowland coastal production, are the true shallot and chilli. These crops are usually grown in rotation with rice but are far more valuable crops and are increasingly in high demand. They offer an opportunity for small farmers to generate extra income, increase farm profitability and shift away from subsistence production. However, the yield and profitability of shallot and chilli production is severely limited by a range of agronomic constraints.
This project aims towards raising the productivity of allium (shallot and garlic) and chilli/capsicum cropping systems. The methodology will include a benchmarking survey and review of grower practices. This will be supplemented with physical surveys of crops for disease incidence and efficiency of fertiliser use. Once surveys are completed in Indonesia and the important pathogens identified, recommendations can be made for disease management. This will include review of chemical usage in Indonesia and Australia to provide best management guidelines for the application of insecticides, fungicides and other chemicals.
|Item Type:||Monograph (Project Report)|
|Subjects:||Plant culture > Vegetables|
Agriculture > Agriculture (General) > Methods and systems of culture. Cropping systems
|Deposited On:||18 Nov 2011 01:08|
|Last Modified:||19 Jan 2017 04:37|
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