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KKP distributes 136-ton feed to boost fish farming amid pandemic

The Marine Affairs and Fisheries (KKP) Ministry distributed 136 tons of fish feed from March to May this year to fish ...

KKP Ministry continually offers stimulus to fish farmers amid pandemic

The government, through the Maritime Affairs and Fisheries (KKP) ministry, continues to provide stimulus to aquaculture ...

Technologies developed by the Ministry-led open innovation activity are now open to discuss for possible future international collaboration.

- MAFF has just published the “Technology List” covering the novel technologies developed under the Ministry-led ...

Ministry uses RAS technology for fish seed industry

The Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries has used the recirculation aquaculture system (RAS) technology to ...

Ornamental fish production target set at 1.8 billion for 2020

The Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Ministry (KKP) has outlined a target to produce some 1.8 billion ornamental fish ...

Fishery Ministry eyes for 10.99 million tons seaweed yield in 2020

Indonesia's Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries increases a seaweed production target in 2020 to 10.99 ...

Fishery Ministry, FAO to develop low-cost Pangasius culture

The Maritime and Fishery Ministry and the UN's Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) will develop a low-cost ...

Breathing new life into Indonesia's south sea pearl industry

Jean de la Bruyere, the 17th century French philosopher and moralist, had once stated that "Next to sound ...

Policy on sinking illegal fishing boats to continue

Indonesia will continue the policy of sinking boats found to be illegally fishing in its waters, Maritime Affairs and ...

Indonesian, Norwegian firms ink cooperation agreement on fish farming

A consortium of Indonesian firms, led by PT El Rose Brothers, entered into an integrated fish farming cooperation ...

Some 70 percent damage caused to South Kalimantan's mangrove forest

Some 70 percent of the 116,824 hectares of mangrove forest in South Kalimantan's coastal area have incurred ...

APEC ministers called to boost food security

The Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) ministers appealed to regional economies to intensify efforts to promote ...

Coordinating ministry for maritime affairs identifies Natuna problems

The Coordinating Ministry for Maritime Affairs has identified various developmental problems in Natuna District related ...

Dependency on big corporations detrimental to aquaculture development

Marine and Fisheries Affairs Minister Susi Pudjiastuti highlighted that the dependency on big corporations for fish ...

French government bestows awards on six Indonesian figures

Six Indonesian figures, who studied in France and had career achievements, received the Alumni Trophy from the French ...