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Get to know the El Nino, La Nina, and IOD gangs that cause rice commotion

Climate anomalies will continue to impact national rice production. Rice production is projected to decrease to 29.23 million tonnes in 2030 and 25.39 million tonnes in 2045.

This article has been translated using AI. See Original .

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M PASCHALIA JUDITH J, MELATI MEWANGI, MARGARETHA PUTERI ROSALINA
· 6 minutes read

The following article was translated using both Microsoft Azure Open AI and Google Translation AI. The original article can be found in Mengenal Geng El Nino, La Nina, dan IOD yang Bikin Geger Beras

The riverbed that runs underneath the Pasanggrahan Bridge on Terisi-Cikedung Road, Indramayu, West Java, appeared dry on Monday (13/11/2023). On the side of the river, there are dry rice fields that appear unirrigated as well.
KOMPAS/M PASCHALIA JUDITH J

The riverbed that runs underneath the Pasanggrahan Bridge on Terisi-Cikedung Road, Indramayu, West Java, appeared dry on Monday (13/11/2023). On the side of the river, there are dry rice fields that appear unirrigated as well.

The convergence of the Pacific and Indian Oceans places Indonesia in the grip of anomalous climate patterns. These anomalies are formed by the interaction between the ocean and atmosphere in the open seas. As a result, rainfall in the country can drastically increase or decrease, affecting rice planting patterns.

Editor:
MARGARETHA PUTERI ROSALINA
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