Ministry of Agriculture to build 2,358 garden villages by 2022 – Antara News

The package is a complete aid to accelerating the growth of micro-farms MMS. In fact, we are closely monitoring the growth of the center’s “war zones” with fruits and vegetables.

Jakarta (Antara) – The Ministry of Agriculture’s Directorate General of Fruit and Vegetable Development aims to increase the productivity of the horticultural sub-sector by 2022 by equitable development of 2,358 horticultural villages in Indonesia.

Speaking at the joint sitting of the House of Representatives, Director General of Plant and Fruit Development, Prahasto Setianto, said: Wednesday.

He noted that after the establishment of fruit and vegetable villages, the government will provide a complete package of assistance, including infrastructure and systems, such as three-wheeled vehicles.

The package is a complete aid to accelerating the growth of micro-farms MMS. In fact, he said, we will closely monitor the growth of the center through the ‘war zones’ of fruits and vegetables.

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The fourth member of the commission, Yohannes Francis Lema, expressed support for the ministry’s efforts to build a better agricultural sector.

“Personally, I support the Ministry of Agriculture because there is a lot of work to do,” he said.

He expects the Ministry of Agriculture to pay due attention to the discovery, consulting and post-harvest facilitation of Chilean commodities.

Bambang Purwanto, another fourth member of the commission, supports the development of sustainable food enclosures (P2L) programs that can boost the economic growth of families, especially housewives.

“I support and admire the ministry’s P2L program as it can boost the family economy. This is a great thing, and if possible, the programs must be completed to reduce the economic burden on the family, ”Purwanto emphasized.

The Ministry of Agriculture will use a budget of Rp14,451 trillion for priority programs to increase food availability, accessibility and quality as well as value added, create jobs and boost investment in the real sector and industrial development. .

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