Ramie was originally developed in the highlands although ramie can also be developed in lowland areas, especially those with irrigation facilities. Ramie developmental constraints is the chain process length until it becomes spun ready fiber. This long process causes ramie not as a cash crop, although the price of ramie fiber is higher than the price of cotton fiber. As one of the natural fiber producers, ramie is a commodity that needs to be developed. These commodities, in addition to producing high quality natural fibers, also have economically valuable side-effects, such as decortication waste compost and ramie leaf for livestock feed mix.

The new variety Ramindo 1, with its old name Pujon 10, has long been developed by farmers / entrepreneurs and has proven its superiority both in society and research results. Ramindo 1 provides high fiber productivity (2 - 2.7 ton / ha / year) with good fiber quality, and has a wide adaptability, so that clones are suitable for development in low, medium to high.

Decortication waste (sealing) can be processed into a very fine organic fertilizer containing : Organic 20.13%; N total 2.15%; C / N ratio 3.01%; organic matter 34,83%; P2O5 1.47%; K2O 2.76%; CaO 3.73%; MgO 2.22%; S 0.13%; and KTK 65.56 me / 100 g of organic fertilizer. Composting can be done using a simple technique, by mixing bran, a little sugar sand, EM-4, and watered sufficiently. In addition, the waste of decortication contains a lot of wood, and the fiber is good for raw materials of pulp / paper.

Ramie leaf (40% of fresh stover weight) contains about 24% protein, excellent for livestock and poultry protein sources. Once processed into flour can be utilized for mixed concentrates of various fodder. Animal feed from ramie leaf contains about 10% water; 1.05 - 1.75% lysine; 0.14 - 0.73% methionine; and 0.18 - 0.31% triptophan. In addition it contains carotene (provitamin A) and riboflavin (vitamin B2) respectively 13.3 and 0.74 mg for every 100 g of dry matter.

The use of superior varieties of Ramindo 1 with the provision of complete fertilizer packages (organic, N, P, K and ZPT + PPC) can increase fiber yield up to 58 - 60%.


Ramie was originally developed in the highlands although ramie can also be developed in the lowlands, especially those with irrigation facilities. The constraint of ramie development is the length of the chain bonding process until it becomes a spun ready fiber. This long process causes Ramie not as a cash crop, although the price of a ramie is higher than cotton fiber. As one of the natural fiber producers, ramie is a commodity that needs to be developed. These commodities, besides producing high quality natural fibers, also have economically valuable side-effects, such as decortication waste compost and ramie leaf for livestock feed mixture. The new variety Ramindo 1, used to be called Pujon 10, has long been developed by farmers / entrepreneurs and has proven its superiority both in society and research results. Ramindo 1 provides high fiber productivity (2â € "2.7 ton / ha / year) with a good quality fiber, and has a wide adaptability, so that these clones are suitable for development in low, medium to high land. Decortication waste (congestion) can be processed into a very fine organic fertilizer which contain : Organic 20.13%; N total 2.15%; C / N ratio 3.01%; organic matter 34,83%; P2O5 1.47%; K2O 2.76%; CaO 3.73%; MgO 2.22%; S 0.13%; and KTK 65.56 me / 100 g of organic fertilizer. Composting technique can simply be done, by mixing bran, a little sugar sand, EM-4, and watered sufficiently. In addition, the rest of the decortation contains a lot of wood, and the fiber is good for raw materials of pulp / paper. Ramie leaf (40% of fresh waste weight) contains about 24% protein, excellent for livestock and poultry protein sources. Once processed into flour can be used for mixed concentrates of various fodder. Animal feed from ramie leaf contains about 10% water; 1.05-1.75% lysine; 0.14-0.73% methionine; and 0.18-0.31% triptophan. In addition it contains carotene (provitamin A) and riboflavin (vitamin B2) 13.3 and 0.74 mg respectively 100 g of dry matter. The use of superior varieties of Ramindo 1 with the provision of complete fertilizer packages (organik, N, P, K and ZPT + PPC) can increase fiber yield up to 58-60%.

Ramindo1 Characteristic
Variety Origin : Pujon, Malang
Growth Type : Semi determinate
Stalk Color : Green
Leaf Color : Green
Petiole Color : Red
Leaf Shape : Cordate (Heart)
Male Flower Color : Green
Female Flower Color : Pink
Flowering Age : 20-30 days 
After Cropping
Plant Height : 190-255 cm
Stalk Diameter : 11-13 mm
Stalk Number every Clumps : 12-17
Fiber Harvest : 2 bulan
Plant Dry Fiber : 4-5 gram
Fiber Productivity/ha/year : 2-2,7 ton
Fiber Extract Level : 3-4%
Fiber Quality : fine
Land Suitability : lowland
highland, and peatland
 

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