Green-Based Intelligent Spices Forest ( GBISF ) - does not target a specific crop area that would involve the use of full space resulting in the disruption of space usage which can reduce or hinder the development of necessities in general.
The GBISF program prioritizes the prudent and friendly use of suitable household spaces and small farmers with a total of 10 or 20 household trees that can provide suitable returns. They can fill the garden space, and backyard, especially for smallholders or villagers who own a conscious plantation area.
The GBISF program does not require deforestation, opens up new agricultural areas widely, and is rampant.
The GBISF program will use less effective spaces with plantation yields to be embroidered with crops that are better able to deliver returns to farmers or households in the long term.
Each household that participates in this program is encouraged to plant only a few spice trees among the ten trees to twenty tree minimum. The GBISF program does not encourage the effort to cut down existing trees (unless it is true that it is not beneficial). The GBISF program does not want it to be an option so it can cause various misunderstandings and misjudgments such as cutting down cocoa trees in cocoa plantations that are generating income to be used as a replacement plant with the planting of spice trees.
Therefore, the program is aimed at giving the concept of spice crops, and agriculture as an effort to increase the income of farmers or households with new sources of production.
This program prioritizes the full use of free space suitable for a small-sized and conscious plantation area for planting spice trees.
Households are introduced as ideally as possible, to submit a form of conscious effort from the program that wants to apply.
Households will get exposure to how this spice planting effort is so that they understand what they are, to take care of this spice tree that does not require large capital. Households or farmers only need to buy a few spice saplings for a minimum of 10 trees or 20 trees. They only need to follow the planned crop method such as the area of the pit for planting saplings adapted to the long-term needs that also help the grower. The spice tree also does not have many problems related to the disease. The environmentally friendly spice tree has its immunization. Spice trees need early care around two to three years before starting to learn to bear fruit or flower.
The Spice Tree, which has a fresh green shape and is a lusher, is ideal for a fresh and healthy environment. The soil for spice tree crops is especially suitable given compost or organic fertilizer. Chemical fertilizers are not recommended - The Program will always help guide spice growers to ensure fertility and good yield returns.
In Malaysia, we have an estimated 100 thousand hectares of derelict land.
We also have a budget of 200,000 FELDA and FELCRA settlers. It is estimated that we can include 100 thousand to 200,000 households in the background of a suitable area. Examples of Indigenous People's Families. The families of Felda and Felcra settlers in this program.
Consciously getting a total crop of 10 million spice trees is not a difficult figure. We may only be involved in between 30% to 40% of the total Malaysian household with the average household planting 10 trees to 20 spice trees.
The most important thing here is the awareness to understand why and how households participate in this program.
The most important thing is how we can work as perfectly as possible to give and spread ideas that are appropriately accepted, logical at a clear priority angle, and bright on their goals by leaning on data and real facts in the field that can be certified and certified by those who have the ability in terms of practical experience in the field, or those directly involved with the basis of the program.
The most important thing is to identify those who have a direct interest in producing products, such as spice importers, who have been the main suppliers in the spice trade in general, or companies that have been working in the spice business in our country for generations.
We have to be brave enough to discuss all aspects of success and failure not because we always have to be successful in all goals.
The logic is that every single thing and as good as planning will be faced with the concept of falling up, which is the value of the challenge because there is a factor of our lack of a vulnerable regulator with various forms of deprivation.
The logic of perfection itself requires evaluation and commentary and requires repair and improvisation.
The Green-Based Intelligent Spices Forests Program became convinced that this program was not based on short, hasty research and evaluation.
This program is evaluated based on the fact of the real field as is the case with planting areas and spice producers in Sumatra Indonesia. As we know, Indonesia is one of the largest countries producing and suppliers of cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, candlenuts, and cardamom. Its annual product reaches hundreds of thousands of tonnes.
The unique thing we should know, the product of hundreds of thousands of tones of spice is not from a large landing area of hundreds of thousands of acres like the oil palm lading that Guthrie is working on.
His unique thing was that he was dating from a small group of farmers, family farmers, who spread across parts of Sumatra, the islands of Java, and Sulawesi including Papua.
From a family that worked on some spice trees, they sold them at a folk market held every week. At the Sunday Market held in each district, the spiced village is collected, tens of tonnes, thousands of tonnes at various conditions.
We don't have to rush to become a spice producer following the volume of products in Indonesia. We are different from the area and the population.
The most important thing is to change the method of thinking from passive to pessimistic. Build confidence, and be a little patient on space-time. Because success will not be achieved through dreams.
Must have a schedule, supplies, and hard work.
We should also understand that volume, although it is essentially the target of revenue, should also be confident that product quality will be the basis of consumer focus.
We have enough infrastructure, we have more managers in the agricultural sector who can be supporters and drivers. We have the infrastructure.
The issue of our policy in an endeavor is sometimes not because we are incapable, or fearless, but that we lose to acknowledging our true ability, we lose to accept something lacking boldly and are ashamed to accept the fact of self-deficiency and appreciate the advantages of our opponent.