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World Cocoa Conference 2016 Presentations: Claro Blacio: Mapping cropping systems and farming practices , (Presentation) , Claro Blacio , 2016 , International Agribusiness Consulting , Spanish
World Cocoa Conference 2016 Presentations: OMCC - WCPO: La voie de la durabilité : l’expérience des cacaoculteurs , (Presentation) , KONAN Toussaint N’Guessan , 2016 , OMCC - WCPO: Organisation Mondiale des Cultivateurs de Cacao - World Cocoa Producers Organization , French
Cocoa Action Results Framework by Gaël Lescornec (World Cocoa Foundation) , (Presentation) , Gaël Lescornec , 2016 , WCF , English
Sustainable chocolate beyond cocoa How about sugar? by Sven Sielhorst -Solidaridad , (Presentation) , Sven Sielhorst , 2016 , Solidaridad , English
VSO Nigeria: addressing challenges in cocoa , (Presentation) , 2015 , VSO , English
Cocoa Fertilizer Forum Presentation , (Presentation) , World Cocoa foundation & IDH , 2014 , World Cocoa foundation & IDH , English
Service delivery for small holder cocoa farmers: what's working, for who and where? , (Presentation) , Eric Agyare, Verina Ingram, Lucas Judge , 2014 , Wageningen UR and Solidaridad , english

Climate change impact on Indonesian cocoa production and strategies for adaptation

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Organization: 
World Cocoa Foundation Partnership Meeting
Author: 
Gonadi, Didiek H.
Publication date: 
2012
Language: 
English
Topic: 
access to services & inputs
capacity building
markets & policies
environmental policies
Keywords: 
markets & policies, environmental policies, climate change, indonesia, mexico, plant breeding, plant diseases, post-harvest technology, rainfall, soil fertility
Lead: 

The impact of climate change on Indonesian cocoa productivity is discussed and strategies for adaptation are outlined. Both excessive rainfall and droughts are on the increase. Major factors include soil loss due to erosion, the development of pests and diseases, and poor been drying. Mitigation requires planting drought-resistant varieties, pest- and disease-resistant varieties, and improved drying methods. Rapid, science-based scaling up of mitigation measures is called for.

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