Added Movement Area Dandim 0723 / Klaten

By : Wiyanto Dan Aldo Bella Putra | Saturday, April 28 2018 - 18:00 IWST

Babinsa terlibat bajak sawah
Babinsa terlibat bajak sawah

INDUSTRY.co.id - Central Java is very passionate in guarding the increase of rice production. Proven, Kodim Commander (Kodim), Lt. Col.Inf Eko Setyawan accompanied by the Babinsa and Kodim ranks with farmers organizing the Added Planting Movement (LTT) to plant rice for widespread acceleration planting (LTT) in Ngawen District.

Letkol.Inf Eko Setyawan explained to accelerate the achievement of LTT targets, he has ordered all the Danramil to daily conduct data collection and coordination with the agency. Even intensive assistance in each of the farmers built.

"The Danramil have been ordered to have Babinsa super-active down to the field. We evaluate the performance so that LTT targets can be achieved even exceed the target," said Eko Setyawan.

Danramil 08 Ngawen, Captain Inf Masidi added the concrete steps he took to increase the LTT that has ordered all members of Babinsa to always be active in assisting farmers in the village area. Especially in accompanying farmers to cultivate rice fields and plant rice.

"As it is done now, we are helping Mr. Sri Marjoko the owner of 2200 m2 of rice field which is being planted with IR 64 type of rice and incorporated in Poktani Sri Makmur Dukuh Kokap," he said.

"To accelerate LTT in the region, Babinsa is always actively coordinating with field extension officers (PPL) and Poktani in order to achieve widespread acceleration of planting," he added.

Danramil 03 / Delanggu Captain Arm Sahono says Kodim 0723 / Klaten is not only assisting farmers in the LTT acceleration activities. However, assistance is also on pest prevention activities for maximum harvest.

"We are together with observers of pests and laboratory diseases Sukoharjo, PPL, Kadesh, Gapoktan, and the farmers carry out the movement of rice borer pest control," he said.

Captain Arm Sahono explains from the area of ​​20 ha of rice field, using spontaneous pesticide drug that is systemic. More widespread pest prevention is always anticipated at all times.

"I always monitor the development of rice fields in the area and directly order Babinsa to coordinate with agricultural mantri, Gapoktan and farmers to do pest control on unproven rice fields in the hope that pests do not spread to other fields and implemented on an ongoing basis," he explained.

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