Breadfruit or Artocarpus altilis is one potential source of food for a tropical country like Indonesia. The fruit that has been tasted like bread though only grilled or fried, making this fruit called breadfruit in English.
Breadfruit can be cooked straight from the fruit, but can also be processed into flour for the next processed food ingredients. The edible content of breadfruit was also relatively high for approximately 78% of the fresh fruit.
Aside from being a source of carbohydrate, breadfruit rich in vitamins - such as vitamin C and Vitamin B1 to B6, also rich in minerals such as Calcium, Iron, Potassium, Phosphorus and Magnesium. Therefore it is one of a potential food source, to strengthen our food security.
Breadfruit when it is intensively planted, it has high economic value, start to bear fruit in the year fourth and will be earning up to year 15th. The estimated yield will range between 10-15% per year.
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Sri Wahyu Maryuni has planted crop Breadfruit in Jonggol, Jawa Barat
2 weeks ago
Harry Laksana has planted crop Breadfruit in Jonggol, Jawa Barat
2 weeks ago
Anindita Sitepu has planted crop Breadfruit in Jonggol, Jawa Barat
3 weeks ago