Vice president visits Indonesian greenhouse company

In an effort to encourage modern and sustainable agriculture in Indonesia, the countries vice president, Ma'ruf Amin, visited greenhouse company Batamindo Green Farm in Batam yesterday. This visit aims to promote farming methods that are environmentally friendly and efficient in meeting the country's food needs. Batamindo Green Farm is Indonesia's largest and modern hydroponic greenhouse farm located in Batam, Cikampek, and Karawang, Indonesia

The vice president was accompanied by his wife Wury Estu Handayani and by the Governor of the Riau Islands Province (Kepri), along with Dewi Komalasari Ahmad.

The Batamindo Green Farm hydroponic vegetable farm visited by the vice president is a clear example of modern agricultural technology that has been adopted in Indonesia.

During his visit, the vice president received an in-depth explanation of the advantages of the hydroponic method and its benefits for agriculture in Indonesia from the COO of Batamindo Green Farm, Agustiadi Lee.

Ma'aruf Amin also had the opportunity to see firsthand how various types of vegetables such as lettuce, tomatoes, mustard greens, etc. thrive at Batamindo Green Farm. "As was the case with Ma'aruf Amin's visit to Farm Cikampek last year, the vice president was very impressed with the potential of this technology in dealing with food challenges in Indonesia", the team shares.

In addition, the Vice President encouraged Batamindo Green Farm to continue to develop partnerships with surrounding communities, with the aim of not only increasing production capacity to meet market demand, but also empowering and improving people's welfare.

"We thank Vice President Ma'ruf Amin and also the presidential staff who have made time to visit the Batamindo Green Farm's hydroponic vegetable farm."

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