“In a city like Jakarta, urban farming is ideal for residents who want to farm in a limited space.”
The Jakarta Post
Sept 27, 2017
“Not everyone knows that the total area of rice fields in Jakarta is 600 hectares, which is owned by the private sector. The land is spread across East, West and North Jakarta,” the head of food security division of the Jakarta Fisheries, Agriculture and Food Security Agency, Mujiati, said on Tuesday.
To encourage farming among residents in the capital, Mujiati said her agency launched an urban farming program in 2016. The program aims to encourage residents to utilize open spaces at home for farming.
Mujiati said the urban farming program was welcomed by residents.
“In a city like Jakarta, urban farming is ideal for residents who want to farm in a limited space,” she said, according to wartakota.tribunnews.