The method of developing mental infrastructure is in line with the goals of the Green-Based Intelligent Spices Forest ( GBISF) program.
Human common sense is a godsend.
It serves as a tool to generate all forms of our reflection on the environment through natural processes or shaped as needed.
Conscience - The mind will determine the appropriate choice according to the background of the needs and lead to the basis of how we set the requirements based on the existing capabilities or the inclusion of all inputs according to the choice and background of the needs.
Each of us will develop a common-sense infrastructure, keeping in control with a variety of guidelines and regulations.
This is an important requirement to recognize and develop the common sense provisions that we will use to make choices, determine decisions, and the impact of all actions and measures taken according to the needs of space and field.
In our pursuit of life, we use all wisdom to develop a wide range of common sense needs to ensure that all areas of our steps reach the goal.
Economic needs, the need for the development of conscience, and the need for interaction with an environment that can provide and receive benefits.
The development of the common sense infrastructure also plays an important role in providing the role of mind and self-strength so that true and equitable self-development is formed especially when faced with various external and internal challenges and clashes of the self that can be disturbing, confusing, and various questions that require wise and correct actions.
The biggest strength in the development of efforts to introduce the preferred spice crop in Malaysia is not an unknown undertaking. Many of our people, especially the farmers know that this spice was once developed by the peasants, especially in the British colonial period.
The state of Johor became a producer of spices such as cloves, black pepper, nutmeg, and candlenut. The spice is sold to Singapore for export to Europe.
Most of the spices are obtained from farmers in Javanese lands. Sulawesi, and Sumatra. The agricultural products including spices were brought to Singapore using barges and ships.
The port of Singapore was one of the most important ports at that time. The port of Singapore is the link between East and West.
From the strategic position of Singapore at that time and the increasing demand for spices, the Johoreans who worked in agriculture and orchards have grown cloves, cinnamon, Nutmage, and candlenuts as well as various crops of ginger, turmeric, and various herbal crops for local use.
Therefore confidence in spice crops is familiar to the people in Malaysia.
Confidence in developing spice crops in Malaysia is not empty and narrow wishful thinking. A confident area is not an excuse. The most important thing is to develop the value of the quality of the results that the consumer needs. Most consumers are now very concerned about the quality of agricultural produce that prioritizes the well-being of consumers and the environment.
The spice plants to be developed are in line with the size of the program's entrepreneurs.
We must be confident in the administrative capabilities of the Department of Agriculture and our farmers, as well as everyone who sees this effort with a positive value for the well-being of our heritage and generation as well as the well-being of our environment.
The most important thing is to develop a high confidence value of all input permissions to develop this venture program according to the goal.