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International Workshop on Sustainable Management of Lowland for Rice Production (English Version)

International Workshop on Sustainable Management of Lowland

for Rice Production

Rattan Inn Hotel, Banjarmasin, 2728 September 2012

INTRODUCTION

There are About 79 million Km2 of earth are covered by lowland and about 56 of those areas in Tropic and Subtropic. An increase in people population in the world, limitation of fertile agriculture land, and rapid developed technology have increased the need of more land for food supply. Lowland is one of land alternatives to solve these problem. Wise use of lowlands must be done due to the uniqueness of the lowland characters. Every measure has to consider lowland as an ecosystem for an optimum condition for a productive and sustainable land development and management.

In Indonesia, there are about 33.43 million ha of lowland. About 9.5 million ha of those areas are suitable for development of productive agricultural lands There are 5 million ha has been opened especially for food production by the community, government, and private sectors. Most of these reclaimed land is still less productive. The average of rice production in the reclaimed lowland is still low (34 t/ha/season) with one crop per year in some areas. But in the other areas such as in Telang, Banyuasin, South Sumatra and Terantang, Barito Kuala, South Kalimantan, the rice production can be 68 ton/ha/season, with 23 crops per ha/year. In general rice production in the reclaimed areas is still below the one in irrigated areas in Java island (89 t/ha/season) with 23 crops per ha/year. These actual and potential lowland rice production, for example, and the availability of reclaimed lowland in especially in Sumatra and Kalimantan are certainly very promising for food security in Indonesia.

The low productivity of lowland is caused by land characteristics, i.e low fertility and flooding because of the infrastructures condition. A good lowland development for agriculture is still limited. Most of the farmers still plant the local rice varieties one time per year. The local rice varieties are selected because of high adaptation capacity and taste preference. Many programs had been developed to increase rice production in the lowland. For example, land preparation and water management, high yielding rice varieties, appropriate crops selection and fertilization, site specific farming technologies, and an integrated approach. Some of the program could be a success. Meanwhile, due to different reasons and site specific location problems, some of the programs are not on an optimum result and even to cause some of the environmental concern.

Therefore, it is expected that the approach need to be integrated and synergistic. All stake holders such as scientist, government, NGO, businessman, and society, both domestic and overseas, are welcome to give their share and contribution. In order to do so, the Indonesian Agricultural Research and Development (IAARD) and the National Research Council (NRC) will carry out an International Workshop on Sustainable Management of Lowland for Rice Production.

THEME

Lowland for food sufficiency in the global climate change

PURPOSE

  1. To share information, experience, knowledge, and technology on lowland development and sustainable management for rice production
  2. To disseminate the success story of lowland management and development.
  3. To ensure policy makers on the potential use of lowland for future food supply.

TIME AND VENUE

International Workshop will be held on 2728 September 2012 in Rattan Inn Hotel, Banjarmasin, South Kalimantan, Indonesia.

The event consist of :

  1. Participant arrival on 26 September, 2012
  2. Workshop and exhibition will be held on 27 September, 2012
  3. Field trip will be held on 28 September, 2012

PRESENTATION

KEYNOTE PRESENTATION

  1. Minister of Agriculture of Indonesia.
  2. Minister of Research and Technology of Indonesia

PLENARY PRESENTATION

  1. Prof. Bart Schultz  Prof. Em. UNESCOIHE, Delft, The Netherland (Opportunity and the Uniqueness of Lowland Biophysics as a Sustainable Rice Production Center)
  2. Prof. Mitsuru OSAKI, Hokkaido University (Noble TechnologySatoyama Technology on Sustainability of Lowland Management).
  3. Dr. Haryono, IAARD/NRC (Tidal Swamp for Future Food Support in Facing of Climate Change)
  4. Prof. Robiyanto, Sriwijaya University (Integrated Lowland Development and Management to Increase National Food (Rice) Production).
  5. Prof. Lala Kolopaking, NRC/Humaniora, Farmers empowering
  6. Prof. Suhartono Taat, NRC/Public Health, (To Develop healthy brain for Lowland Farmer)
  7. Prof Wahyu, Chairman of RRC/Lambung Mangkurat University (Sociological aspect of the development of Tidal Swamp in Kalimantan)

SUCCESS STORY PRESENTATION

  1. Dr. Toan To Quang  SIWRR  Delta Mekong Research and Development Center, Vietnam (Success Story of Lowland Development and Management in Mekong Delta, Vietnam).
  2. Dr. Lidon  Center International Research Agriculture and Development (CIRAD) (Success story of Lowland Management in Africa).
  3. Barito Kuala Regent (Success Story of Tidal Swamp Farming System in Barito Kuala, South Kalimantan, Indonesia)
  4. Banyuasin Regent (Success Story of Farming System in Tidal Swamp : Case Study in Banyuasin, South Sumatera, Indonesia)

POSTER PAPPER AND EXHIBITION

We invite poster paper and exhibition that in line with the theme. The papers are written in English. It can be primary papers or reviews. The papers have not been published or presented in other seminar/conference. Abstract (not more than 250 words) is printed in MS Word (not PDF format). Deadline for abstracts is on August 15 and accepted abstract will be announced on August 30, 2012. Complete paper file must be received by committee on September 10, 2012.

FIELDTRIP

Fieldtrip will visit Terantang Village, Barito Kuala Regency, South Kalimantan. In this location, farmers successfull in managing lowland/tidal swamp through land and cropping pattern, namely Surjan System which consists of rice at sunken bed and orange with vegetables at raised bed

PUBLICATION

The papers will be published at Proceeding of International Workshop on Sustainable Management of Lowland for Rice Production and selected paper will be published at special edition of Indonesian Soil and Climate Journal, Indonesian Land Resources Journal, and Indonesian Journal for Agricultural Sciences (IJAS).

PARTICIPANTS

Workshop will be attended by Minister of Agriculture of Indonesia, Minister of Research and Technology of Indonesia, Governor of South Kalimantan, Barito Kuala Regent, Banyuasin Regent, government officer of Agriculture Ministry, extension services, researcher, lecturer, businessman, and farmer groups.

FUNDING

Workshop will be funded by Indonesian Agency for Agricultural Research and Development.

ORGANIZATION

Responsible

:

Minister of Agriculture of Indonesia

Head of The National Research Counci

Steering Committee

Chairman

:

Director General of IAARD/Technology Commision for Agriculture and Food
Secretary

:

Secretary of IAARD

Cosecretary

:

Director of ICALRRD

Members

:

Director of ICFORD, ICHord, ICERD, ICALTD, ICASEPS, ICAERD, ICABIOGRAD, ICAPRD, ICATAD, ICRR

Organizing Committee

Chairman

:

Dr. Muhrizal Sarwani,MSc

Secretary

:

Dr. Dedi Nursyamsi,MSc

Treasurer

:

Sumarni

Section

 

 

Agenda and Assembly

:

Dr. Eddy Husen, Dr. Mukhlis, Anna Khaerani

Material and Documentation

:

Dr. A. Fahmi, Dra. Karmini G.,MM

Consumption and Accumodation

:

Ir. Anny Slamet,MS, Ir. Linda

Exhibition and field trip

 

Ir. Arif Budiman, Dr. Khairil Anwar, Dr. M. Alwi

Formulator Team

Chairman

:

Dr. Kasdi Subagyono

Secretary

:

Ir. Anny Mulyani, MS

Members

:

Dr. Haris Syahbuddin, Dr. M. Noor, Prof. Irsal Las

AGENDA

Thursday, 27 Sept 2012

Workshop in Rattan Inn Hotel, Banjarmasin

8.00  8.30

Registration

8.30  8.45

Report of Committee : DG of IAARD

8.45  9:00

Welcome address : Governor of South Kalimantan

9.00  9.30

Opening Ceremony : Minister of Agriculture of Indonesia

9.30  10.00

Coffee break

10.00  11.00

Keynote speech I : Minister of Agriculture of Indonesia

11.00  12.00

Keynote speech II : Minister of Research and Technology of Indonesia

12.00  13.00

Lunch and praying

13.00  16.00

Plenary presentation (I to IV)

16.00  16.20

Coffee break

16.20  18.00

Success Story (I to IV)

18.00  19.00

Rest and praying

19.00  21.00

Dinner : Vice Minister of Agriculture

Friday, 28 Sept 2012

Workshop at Rattan Inn Hotel, Banjarmasin

8.30  10.30

Plenary Presentation (VVII)

10.30  10.45

Coffee Break

10.45  11:30

Closing remarks and closing ceremony : Vice Minister of Agriculture

11.30  14.00

Lunch and Praying

Tarantang Village, Batola Regency, South Kalimantan

14.00  17.00

Field Trip to Tarantang Village

AIRCRAFT AGENDA

B.Masin  Jakarta

Aircraft

Jakarta B.Masin

No

Departure

Arrival

Departure

Arrival

1

06.05

07.00

 

 

Lion

05.45

08.15

2

09.10

10.05

09.00

11.40

3

12.25

12.55

11.20

14.00

4

14.45

15.30

13.40

16.10

5

17.05

17.35

15.10

17.45

6

18.35

19.10

16.40

19.20

7

20.10

20.40

19.55

21.30

 

1

07.00

07.45

 

Garuda

06.05

08.40

2

09.30

10.15

12.10

14.50

3

15.40

16.10

16.10

18.50

4

19.35

20.10

18.40

21.20

 

1

15.50

16.30

Citilink

12.40

15.20

 

1

06.00

06.40

Batavia

17.10

20.10

 

1

13.25

14.30

Sriwijaya

10.30

13.10

LOCATION OF TOUR

No.

Tour Object

Location and distance from Banjarmasin

1.

Jewelry market

Martapura, Banjar Regency

40 km from Banjarmasin

2.

Floating market Kuin

05.00  09.00 am

Banjarmasin

Using klotok, 30 minutes from Banjarmasin city

3.

Floating market Lok Baintan

05.00  10.00 am

 

Lok Baintan village, Sungai tabuk district, Banjar regency. 45 km from Banjarmasin

4.

Traditionally mining of diamond

 

Sungai Tiung village, Cempaka district, Banjarbaru.

50 km from Banjarmasin

5.

Loksado

(waterfall  3 level @ 13 meter, hot water, bamboo rafting, and the culture of dayak etnis)

Loksado district, Hulu Sungai Selatan regency.

195 km from Banjarmasin

 

 

6.

Irma Sasirangan

 

Banjarmasin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HOTEL

No.

Hotel

Rate (IDR)

1.

Mercure Banjarmasin (****)

Jln. A. Yani km 2 No. 98 Banjarmasin

Phone (0511) 3268888,4228888

Superior  854.800

Deluxe  954.000

Executive Deluxe  1.054.800

Suite  3.254.800

2.

Rattan Inn (****)

Jln. A. Yani km 5,7 Banjarmasin

Phone (0511) 3267799

Superior  1.200.000

Deluxe  1.500.000

Buisness Suite  3.200.000

President Suite  5.500.000

3.

Swiss Belhotel Banjarmasin (***)

P. Antasari No. 86 A

Phone. 05113271111, 3252445, 3252443

Superior  635.000

Deluxe  750.000

Junior Suite  1.600.000

President Suite  2.340.000

4.

A Hotel By Horison (****)

Jln. Lambung Mangkurat

Banjarmasin

Phone. (0511) 4367996, 4367993

Standar 525.000

Deluxe  775.000

Junior suite  1.815.000

Executive suite 2.650.000

5.

Hotel palm (***)

Jln. S.Parman No. 189 Banjarmasin.

Phone (0511) 3353427

Standard 497.000

Superior  622.000

Deluxe  835.000

6.

Grand Mentari (***)

Lambung Mangkurat No. 32 Banjarmasin

Phone (0511) 4368944, 4368945, 438946

Standar  504.000

Superior  660.000

Deluxe  780.000

Junior Suite  840