DEVELOPING SUSTAINABLE AND EFFECTIVE NUTRIENTMANAGEMENT PACKAGES FOR COCOA PRODUCTION               Soetanto Abdoellah  IN...
GOOD AGRICULTURAL PRACTICES (GAP)          GOOD HANDLING PRACTICES (GHP) Land suitability evaluation Land preparation N...
LAND• Climate  – Dry month max 5/yr• Soil  – Effective depth > 60 cm  – pH 4,0-8,0  – Loamy texture
Leguminous crops for shade
SHADE & PRUNING• Optimum shade  – Leguminous crops  – Productive crops                       Optimum pruning              ...
COCOA - AGROFORESTRY
Fertilization1000 kg cocoa dry beans contain :•N :     68,4 kg, equiv. 258 kg Urea•P :     12,6 kg, equiv. 60 kg SP36•K : ...
OPTIMUM FERTILIZATION• Organic  – C/N  – Dose• Inorganic  – Kind  – Dose• Based on soil/leaf analysis
Tentative fertilizers for cocoa          (When there is no soil analysis results)Age/Stadium    Unit                      ...
Soil & Water Conservation• Terrace (for > 15% slope)• Mulching• Pit
Soil & Water Conservation• Water  conservation  – Biopore  – Organic matter  – Soil microbes
Pod husk for organic matter source• Healthy pod
Kk day 2 am 7th speaker dr soetanto  developing sustainable and effective nutrient management packages for
Kk day 2 am 7th speaker dr soetanto  developing sustainable and effective nutrient management packages for
Kk day 2 am 7th speaker dr soetanto  developing sustainable and effective nutrient management packages for
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  1. 1. DEVELOPING SUSTAINABLE AND EFFECTIVE NUTRIENTMANAGEMENT PACKAGES FOR COCOA PRODUCTION Soetanto Abdoellah INDONESIAN COFFEE AND COCOA RESEARCH INSTITUTE CACAO INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION OF MINDANAO, INC. (CIDAMI) AND ACDI/VOCA Apo View Hotel, Davao City, November 21 – 23, 2012
  2. 2. GOOD AGRICULTURAL PRACTICES (GAP) GOOD HANDLING PRACTICES (GHP) Land suitability evaluation Land preparation Nursery Shade Planting Pruning Fertilization, soil-water conservation Pest-disease-weed control Harvesting, processing, storage
  3. 3. LAND• Climate – Dry month max 5/yr• Soil – Effective depth > 60 cm – pH 4,0-8,0 – Loamy texture
  4. 4. Leguminous crops for shade
  5. 5. SHADE & PRUNING• Optimum shade – Leguminous crops – Productive crops Optimum pruning • Time • Frequency
  6. 6. COCOA - AGROFORESTRY
  7. 7. Fertilization1000 kg cocoa dry beans contain :•N : 68,4 kg, equiv. 258 kg Urea•P : 12,6 kg, equiv. 60 kg SP36•K : 145,2 kg, equiv. 290 kg KCl•Mg : 13,6 kg, equiv. 62 kg Kieserit•Ca : 16,4 kg, equiv. 39 kg Dolomite
  8. 8. OPTIMUM FERTILIZATION• Organic – C/N – Dose• Inorganic – Kind – Dose• Based on soil/leaf analysis
  9. 9. Tentative fertilizers for cocoa (When there is no soil analysis results)Age/Stadium Unit Kieserite (NPK) 15-10-20Nursery g/seedling (15) yr g/tree/yr (75) yr g/tree/yr (135) yr g/tree/yr (270) yr g/tree/yr (540) yr g/tree/yr (660) Organic manure 5-20 kg/tree/yr
  10. 10. Soil & Water Conservation• Terrace (for > 15% slope)• Mulching• Pit
  11. 11. Soil & Water Conservation• Water conservation – Biopore – Organic matter – Soil microbes
  12. 12. Pod husk for organic matter source• Healthy pod

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