Profile

INTRODUCTION

Indonesian Citrus and Subtropical Fruits Research Institute (ICSFRI) is located in the village of Tlekung, Junrejo District, Batu, East Java. ICSFRI is lied at 4 km from Batu City and at altitude ± 950 m above sea level. By virtue of a Regulation of the Minister of Agriculture Number: 13/Permentan/OT.140/3/2006 Indonesian Citrus and Subtropical Horticultural Office has increased from Echelon IV to Echelon III with the name of Indonesian Citrus and Subtropical Fruits Research Institute (ICSFRI). ICSFRI is one of the Technical Implementation Unit Research and Indonesian Agency of Agricultural Research and Development under responsibility of Indonesian Center for Horticulture Research and Development.


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ICSFRI

ICSFRI
INTRODUCTION Indonesian Citrus and Subtropical Fruits Research Institute (ICSFRI) is located in the village of Tlekung, Junrejo District, Batu, East Java. ICSFRI is lied at 4 km from Batu City and at altitude ± 950 m above sea level. By virtue of a Regulation of the Minister of Agriculture Number:...

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Strategic Plans

Potential and opportunities for agro-industry development of citrus and subtropical fruits in the next five years show prospects that need to be developed, although on the other side is also expected to increasingly complex and complex. Complexity is related to the dynamics of regional strategic environment, national, international and global,...

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Histories

Histories
ICSFRI is located in Tlekung Village, Junrejo Distric, Batu City, East Java. Its position is at 4 km from Batu City with altitude of + 950 m above sea level and under Panderman Mountain fet. In the earlier time, ICSFRI was belonged to private Compaby of Netherland, which in 1930...

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Organisation

Organisation
Balitjestro Organisation consists of Director, Programs Coordinator, Administration Head, Technical and Reasearch Services Head and also Reasearch Groups

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Experimental Garden

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Human Resources

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