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Ina-SRI (Indonesian discussion group)

Ina-SRI is a Yahoo Group created in January 2008 for those interested in the System of Rice Intensification (SRI), especially in Indonesia. Ina-SRI operates in English, though many postings are in Bahasa Indonesia.
To subscribe to this electronic discussion group, see instructions on the Ina-SRI website (http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/Ina-SRI/) or send an e-mail to: Ina-SRI-owner@yahoogroups.com.

Video and Audio

PowerPoint Presentations

(Notes: Click here to see all SRI Indonesia presentations on slidehare.net. Transcripts are at the bottom of each presentation. There is a "full screen" button at the lower right corner of the presentation to enlarge the presentation. If you have trouble viewing the slideshow, make sure you have Flash installed and JavaScript enabled.)

Photo Archive



The Indonesia Photo Collection above contains pictures obtained from Norman Uphoff, Shuichi Sato, Victor Lee and others. (Click on the photo showing to enlarge it). If you do not have Flash installed, click here to see individual Indonesia photos that are available on Picasaweb.



The Tasik Malaya Photo Collection above contains pictures from the Tasik Malaya area on the island of Java in Indonesia. (Click on the photo showing to enlarge it). If you cannot see the above slideshow, go to the Tasik Malaya collection directly. Click here to see SRI photos from other countries around the world.

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