Updated: Apr 23
In what strength we develop to form strength in carrying out an effort, there is nothing more important than developing the power of 'internal principles'.
Internal principles are the formation of an identity from the diversity of existing sources, all inputs from the best sources of learning, and the willingness to accept and explore what is thought necessary, to strengthen mental strategies for making choices, determining values, and preparation to take, the attitudes necessary to get the best results.
The interest in the spice farming effort that is a boon to human daily life, and everything related to it is what has become a habit - the most important thing in this spice farming effort is to see and win it as best we can because the spices that are close to our lives will continue to grow, and be able to provide a diversity of values for the well-being of human life without the boundaries of the consumer.
We don't have to put too much turmoil on the efforts of spice farmers for a variety of reasons that seem to be, the efforts of the spice farmers far different effort from the practice of farming ventures, including the habits of agricultural culture, workers, and the appropriateness of time.
We don't have to assume that spice farming will disrupt the basic structure of our agriculture. We should understand the history that Rubber and Palm Oil do not originate in our environment. The rubber and oil palms are the same grown on the mainland of the EQUATOR area that we build and develop according to our farming needs.
Therefore we should be more optimistic about the efforts of spice farmers. Although we know that spice farming requires a relatively high area, and should not be planted in low-lying areas, we still have a large area of derelict high-rise areas, and less productive plantations, especially in villages where smallholders are conscious.
Data on abandoned land areas are still abundant in our country, and smallholders in the village areas are still filled with unproductive hamlet activity activities. Most of the settlement areas of the Felda Village are only planted with fruit crops that provide less economic returns. This is clear when the fruit season does not provide a return on the appropriate value, as there is a dumping of less utilizable produce for downstream products.
Sometimes the fruit drops foul due to market dumping, and cannot be stored for long.
This makes the fruit season only a waste season, and less beneficial.
This is in stark contrast to the efforts of spice farmers. Spice has the power of demand in the market without borders. Spice is a priority in the household kitchens of the world's inhabitants without seasons. Spices can last a long time in storage after dry processing. Spices can be stored for many years without spoiling the aroma, and taste when used. What's more, spices are only able to live in certain areas, causing demand and supply to form a distant space of difference and become a consumer grab. Based on this, the price of spices in the market is stable and promises a good return to the farming effort.
The most important thing also in the development of spice farming efforts is its involvement in the field of resources that are of great benefit to humans such as health resources, and medicine for humans in addition to the need for taste and aroma.
Technological advances and increased awareness of natural outcomes are useful for the well-being of life. The various resources needed from spices that can be harnessed and expanded will create valuable spice farming between economic resources consistently and continuously.
Therefore, there is nothing wrong with us restarting this spice farming with a system that can be adapted to the development of farmers' lives. It does not hurt that we develop this awareness with confidence, that it is a very beneficial agricultural endeavor.
Sometimes we think more about the various sources of turmoil in carrying out an act of effort. Whatever it is is not a mistake, because caution and caution is a precautionary measures so that mistakes in making decisions do not affect losses and loss of confidence to make choices, especially those involving the same field.
The most important thing is that farmers should get enough regular sources of facts. There must be an effort to work out systems and inputs that can secure the farmer's efforts. There needs to be enough exposure, evidence that can be certified, and real visible effects.
There should be an organized platform to build confidence in the farmers' efforts to introduce spice farming efforts and the best results that can be obtained.
It should be developed an R&D center so that efforts related to this spice can be developed in an orderly and effective manner. Our country has enough experience in this effort as it does to develop the efforts of rubber, cocoa, and oil palm plantations.
This spice farming effort is an effort to complement the source of agricultural produce to small, conscious, household farmers in a suitable space. Spice farming efforts will be carried out in a comprehensive manner and accompanied by the owners of suitable crop spaces.
We do not rule out the possibility, about the cultural background of work, the environment of life, opportunities, suitability, and choice are among the few sources of doubt and obstacles to developing awareness of this spice farming effort.
However, the most important thing to understand in this spice farming effort, is, it will not change, and disrupt the existing work culture, as the spice farming system introduced is 'a family or household effort, just as we manage a fruit orchard at the back of the house or on the edge of the plantation.
We are not targeting this spice farming effort in the form of plantations.
The "GBISF PROGRAMME OPTION" consists of cloves, sweet skin, nutmeg, hibiscus, cardamom, and hard fruit from the type of plant that can survive for a long time, less disease, able adapt to its environment, most important thing is to be easy to manage for the nutritional and care needs of the area, it grows like a forest tree.
The nature of its growth greatly helps the farming efforts in scheduling the work of managing spice crops. It can be momentum to develop confidence in the farming effort. Even if studied fairly it can be a family work day.
Spice trees easily thrive in suitable environments. Spice trees can grow and last for a long time.
Whatever the background of household work, this spice farming effort can be done in an orderly and equitable manner. We don't want to take care of thousands of trees, but just a few trees between 20 to 40 spices trees.
The most important thing in this effort is to provide real, correct, verifiable, and accountable information. equitable by all parties related to this spice farming effort.
Farmers should receive well-organized guidance and input, and perfect the goals of the spice farming effort and the proceeds that can be achieved.
Farmers should be exposed to market demand, quality requirements as well as value.
Developing such strength takes time and patience. The most important thing is the preparation that the idea developer has to do before it is introduced to the farming community to be trusted and implemented.
The effort to understand the people and farmers to develop the strength of confidence in them about this effort is one of the most important agendas.
We certainly do not want to understand ourselves and win ourselves in the development of the structure of this spice farming venture. Small farmers are aware, households are the main asset of the program. They must be appreciated properly and appropriately. There should be no confusing input and end it in an environment of difficulty and marginalization.
All complaints must be heard carefully and given a clear and firm and truly beneficial solution. Therefore our preparations must be complete, structured, and capable of meeting the required 'standards'.
Cooperation from all agencies involved is needed. This program is implemented with the POLICY of the needs of the household community, helping to increase the income of the family and the resources of environmental well-being that all need.
The end to this effort is for society, the country, and the well-being of the environment.
Therefore, developing the strength of the community's identity, and understanding the fundamentals of the spice farming effort, as well as the acquisition of products and benefits on a long-term basis is very important to master.
Each self should be able to accept this program openly with awareness. The program does not want the community to accept the program 'forcedly'. This program cannot be implemented with the concept of gaining 'sympathy' and seeking opportunities.
This program was developed with the seriousness of the support and support that it can be held accountable.
This program will not compromise on complaints that stem from a misunderstanding of the meaning of the program implemented.
This program should prepare adequately by being guided by various sources of information that are easily obtained from countries with sufficient experience in carrying out spice farming efforts.
Many countries that work on spices Agriculture are suitable for programs that can be used as a reference. Most of the country and its community have been carrying out this spice-farming effort for generations.
The program should also be prepared to deal with any problems that will be encountered when the implementation of the program has been implemented.
therefore the meaning of the development of identity covers all structures that are organized in implementing the program