/ Floods in Cilacap, Central Java (Java) extends. Current flood has hit four districts namely Kroya, Nusawungu, Cipari and Sidareja. Flooding soaking 652 hectares (ha) rice, 141 ha of which ensured puso. /
/ 8304 Houses flooded in Banten. Flood early 2012, he said, quite large compared to the years ssbelumnya because billions of dollars losses and casualties. "I think this year's flood disaster is large enough in the last 10 years," he said. Meanwhile, hundreds of people Wanasalam District residents say they have not returned to the house because it was still flooded as high as 70 centimeters. Stagnant water is caused by tidal waters Binuangeun being, so that water does not flow Cibinuangeun River to the sea. /
/ Rob More Severe in Kamal. Rob or sea water runoff re-soak some coastal roads in Jakarta. Runoff water that flooded the road segment Kapuk Kamal Raya, Jalan Kamal Raya and Jalan Raya Objects in Kamal Muara district, the border of North Jakarta, West Jakarta and Tangerang.
Kampung Pulo, Village Pondok Labu, Cilandak District, South Jakarta, is also re-flooded. The village is a subscription-flooding since March 2011 after a narrowing of the flow of time Krukut. /
/ Flood tides (Rob) re-soak in some areas such pantura Pekalongan, Kendal, Semarang and Demak, Central Java. rob flooding is expected to further grow until people start standby. In Pekalongan flood rob two-thirds have been soaking Pekalongan Pekalongan ie, in the District of North, East and Pekalongan Pekalongan west. While in the District of Pekalongan, floods and Tirto Wonokerto.In Semarang rob flooding struck most of Kedamatan North Semarang. "For years we had this experience, baahkan elevated road still continues to rob stagnant, even under the road home has been flooded and were forced to evacuate. Flooding in the District of Kendal and Kendal Town Rowosari District. Although not very high, flooding due to sea tide also resulted in difficulties for residents and out of the village, because the roads submerged with a height of 10 centimeters of water./
/ Hundreds of hectares of ponds in Gresik regency flooded due Solo River overflowed /
/ [....] some areas in East Java floods. Farmers and fishermen who rely on their lives from the weather now can no longer earn an income. Flooded rice fields and the sea water that continues to make unfriendly them while having to sit at home all day. /
/ Surge arrestors at the fishing village Kamal Muara, Village Dadap, District Kosambi, West Jakarta, have been completed. However, residents in the fishing village where the dubious effectiveness of the barrier wave. "Look, the distance is too close to the location of homes," said Syamsudin, Chairman of RT 07/RW 04 Kamal Muara, pointing to the embankment retaining the high waves nearly 1.5 meters. /
/ Floods that hit parts of Serang, Banten, and surrounding areas due to overflow Ciujung River last week /
/ Impact of Flood, Rice Farmers in West Java Losses Reach Billions of Dollar. 6000 Covering an area of 10,000 hectares of paddy crop acreage in several counties and cities in West Java (West Java) due to crop failure or puso affected by flooding, following heavy rains that hit some of the area since last weekend. /
/ More than 15,000 Hectares of Rice Fields in Banten flooded. [SERANG] Covering an area of 15830.5 hectares of paddy in Banten affected by floods that have occurred since Friday (13 / 1) in the five districts / cities. /
Rob More Severe in Kamal
JAKARTA, KOMPAS.com - Rob or sea water runoff re-soak some coastal roads in Jakarta. Runoff water that flooded the road segment Kapuk Kamal Raya, Jalan Kamal Raya and Jalan Raya Objects in Kamal Muara district, the border of North Jakarta, West Jakarta and Tangerang.
High water reaches 20-50 centimeters rob. Water runoff was also partially flooded the road segment RE Martadinata.
Kamal Muara Trisubektyo headman said, rob unusual spilling into the street. He suspected it was due to elevation of sea dikes along the coast Kamal Muara. Elevation of the dike causing a tidal sea water into the river and melimpas pushed far into the river in the upper or middle ground.
Meanwhile, Kamal Kali and Kali Tanjungan which empties into the coastal Kamal Muara new normalized on the lower reaches. In contrast, the upper two rivers were still filled with sediment so that water flowing in the river that overflowed.
"Supposedly the sea dike elevation was offset by the normalization of the river, so flooding can be handled entirely rob it," he said.
Conditions that cause congestion in the Kamal Muara from morning until evening. The depth of a puddle at some point in the region reached 50 cm, as in Jalan Raya thing that some bodies were badly damaged road.
According to Police Chief Kamal Muara Subsector Aiptu Kisno, in Kamal Muara severe congestion occurs in the morning as thousands of bikers and cars moved from the area Dadap, Tangerang, Banten, to Jakarta. Not a few motorcycles and cars breaking down because of the engine to die under water.
"Congestion is getting worse due to passing vehicles dominated the trailer," he said. According to the picket officer Flood Jakarta Post, Frans Siboro, on Wednesday morning tide reaches a maximum, 1.2 meters. As a result, sea level at the Fish Market sluice up from the normal condition of 1.6 meters to 2.2 meters at 07.00.
A number of residents Kamal Muara, Penjaringan, North Jakarta, said, rob started to inundate the settlement on Wednesday morning. Flooding is also exacerbated by heavy rains since Tuesday night to Wednesday morning.
Kampung Pulo, Village Pondok Labu, Cilandak District, South Jakarta, is also re-flooded. The village is a subscription-flooding since March 2011 after a narrowing of the flow of time Krukut.
Knee-high flood on Wednesday adults or about 30 cm. The worst occurred in RT 11 RW 03, Village Pondok Labu. At least more than 150 houses submerged in water.
Head of the Jakarta Public Works Agency Ery Basworo admit, Kampung Pulo areas are in flood prone areas. Therefore, the width of Kali Krukut ideally 20 meters. In fact, much of the time Krukut only has a width of 5 meters.
On the other hand, some neighborhoods were under water Krukut time. Therefore, the Jakarta administration plans to liberate the region from the settlement. This year, DKI provides a budget of Rp 10 billion residential exemption.
Puddles are also popping up at some point in the Road Captain Tendean, South Jakarta, after the rain Wednesday afternoon. At the intersection Mampang Prapatan, a pool of water up to about 10 cm. Stalled traffic flow along the road.
East Flood Canal (KBT) is also threatened silting or narrowing. KBT along the 23.6 miles were not functioning optimally accommodate the flow of the five rivers.
KBT siltation due to garbage and silt that occurs among others in the region Duren Sawit, East Jakarta. Plastic bags and bottles floating in the blackened water flow. Other causes, due to the occupancy of residents in flood plains and banks of the canal which is used as a garden. KBT taken 10-20 meters width.
Head of Technical Implementation Unit KBT Jakarta Public Works Agency Sorimunda Harahap said, KBT has not been functioning optimally because development and restructuring is still ongoing.
"Trash and sediment will continue to dig and lift us. Weeds and retaining dike dike kept us clean, "said Sorimunda.
Separately, the World Bank is supporting efforts to mitigate floods in Jakarta. The project of dredging the channel 11 along the 67.5 kilometers of water and four reservoirs covering an area of 65 hectares. In addition, 42 kilometers along the river will also be rehabilitated.
"Studies show that most steps to bring benefits to the mitigation of floods in Jakarta is to rehabilitate the flood management system of the city to return to its original capacity. In addition to dredging, regular maintenance will also help mitigate flooding, "said Fook Chuan Eng, water affairs and sanitation specialist at the World Bank's Jakarta office.
Flood Rob Landa Pantura
SEMARANG - MICOM: Flood tides (Rob) re-soak in some areas such pantura Pekalongan, Kendal, Semarang and Demak, Central Java. rob flooding is expected to further grow until people start standby.
In Pekalongan flood rob two-thirds have been soaking Pekalongan Pekalongan ie, in the District of North, East and Pekalongan Pekalongan west. While in the District of Pekalongan, floods and Tirto Wonokerto
Residents SSAT has been prepared to anticipate by making embankments at the entrance of the house. "Now it was knee-high flood rob adults. Moreover, the future can menapai over 50 inches and the lower house certainly also submerged," said Slamet Priyanto, citizens of the new length, District of North Pekalongan, Pekalongan City, Thursday (19 / 1).
Flooding in the District of Kendal and Kendal Town Rowosari District. Although not very high, flooding due to sea tide also resulted in difficulties for residents and out of the village, because the roads submerged with a height of 10 centimeters of water.
In Semarang rob flooding struck most of Kedamatan North Semarang. "For years we had this experience, baahkan elevated road still continues to rob stagnant, even under the road home has been flooded and were forced to evacuate," said Chayanah, residents Karangkimpul, Semerang.
The worst occurred in the District of Demak. Kecacamatan Sayung floods and resulted in two villages namely Karangtengah Senik and Tambakrejo, Bedono Village, District Sayung flood. (AS/OL-04)
Pond Farmers Harvest Early
Hundreds of hectares of ponds in Gresik regency flooded due Solo River overflowed
Hundreds GRESIK-acre pond located on the banks of Solo River in north Gresik regency began early harvested milkfish and shrimp although they are still two to three months old. The farmers claimed not to want to experience bigger losses like past years, because of the Solo River water levels can not be diperidiksi
"We're traumatized as in previous years. Diperediksi safe water was unexpected surge of water came suddenly flooded the ponds. If it's like that we are not the only loss is the result, that is sold out everything," said Nasihuddin (38), origin of fish farmers Village District Sedagaran Sidayu Gresik, Thursday (19 / 1)
Today, hundreds of acres of clear Nasihuddin nearest pond near the Solo River even though only two to three months there has been harvested to avoid greater losses.
"It's an attempt to minimize losses, rather than later we do not harvest at all will be more losers. For when the flood came suddenly shrimp and fish that have been aged three months would have disappeared flood carried away," he explained.
Expresses, the actual age of the fish or shrimp start earning at the age of three months as farmers harvested today. As a result farmers harvest ponds that reduce yield below normal.
"We are on the weight loss results of the pond. Estimated while an acre of our loss adjusters Rp10juta, while there are hundreds of acres of ponds our region. But that's not all early harvest," he said.
While farmers' paddy fields in the south claimed Gresik has been no loss of time associated floodwater Lamong child Solo River. "No farmers are losing money due to flooding until today. Because the height of the water unlike in previous years. But did not rule as in previous years suddenly we are immersed flooded rice fields overflow Lamong time, because of unpredictable rainfall," said Sampu (43) Village residents Sedapur Klagen, Thursday (19 / 1).
Sampu is said, his party and other farmers every night unable to sleep soundly. Because when the rainy season like now people are still ketar-ketir as rice and corn they planted three weeks ago has been exhausting and considerable cost.
"The weather in Gresik not be used as guidelines for flooding will occur or not. Because if upstream cura heavy rains flooded the region we can not be denied. I and other farmers every night of anxiety, because they can not memperediksi about when this flood coming," he explained .
Head of the Regional Disaster Management Agency (BPBD) Gresik Regency Ir Day Sucipto said it has not received reports of loss ponds assembled. "We do not get the fish farmers of data. If they harvest early means losing money not because of flooding, but because they do an early harvest, due to water conditions can not diperediksi," explains Day Sucipto, Thursday (19 / 1)
He said now there is no loss of farmers' fields, because the water that overflowed several times and menggenagi rice fields in the region just south of Gresik through it. So there is no any harm related to agricultural land of farmers fields.
"There are about 42 acres of agricultural land that was submerged for a moment. But no harm, because the water that overflowed dilahan agriculture, such as the sub region Benjeng, Peace and Balongpanggang it is only through direct and downs," he explained.
This morning's Day added, the water flow has decreased 16 centi-meter, while the 2.2-meter high tides, so safe. But if the Solo river water levels rise by 2.2 meters high tides then it could be said to be unsafe.
"Because the water that flows into the sea again, and the possibility if this happens then the area that will be submerged Shaman District. Thank God this morning water down precisely, but we always observe the water level to anticipate that the next time flooding can take action immediately," he concluded. md6
Rain, East Java Food Crisis Prone
In East Java, at least 1178 hectares of paddy land due to flooding puso
SURABAYA - The rain that has reached its peak lately made some areas in East Java floods. Farmers and fishermen who rely on their lives from the weather now can no longer earn an income. Flooded rice fields and the sea water that continues to make unfriendly them while having to sit at home all day.
In Bojonegoro course, now farmland submerged at least 2802, and some rice land is also threatened puso. Moreover, according to Head Group Prakirawan Meteorology and Geophysics (BMKG) Juanda, Joko Sulistyo this unfriendly weather will continue until February. "January and February are the peak of rainfall, the rainfall in February we expect will continue to fall," said Joko.
Concerns East Java will happen food crisis continues to spread. East Java Governor, Soekarwo known as one of the anti-rice import feared in some quarters will affect the stock of rice in East Java.
Head of the Regional Disaster Management Agency (BPBD) East Java, Sudarmawan said it had taken several steps to overcome these problems. "We help districts / cities that experienced flooding, at most 500 and 240 food packages ready meals for the district's most severe," he said.
However, for now Sudarmawan said some areas had lowered the status of disasters. "In Bojonegoro had come out of standby status, Lamongan which yesterday was still in the ready state 3 is dropped into standby 2, and Gresik become idle one," he said.
Meanwhile, for the steps to be taken forward by BPBD sudarmawan states are still waiting for each region to report on current conditions. BPBD also prepare a post-post disaster management in each region. The fund was set up to Rp 150-300 million. "The funds for the establishment of shelters, shelter and money exhausted guard heavy equipment," he concluded.
Confirmed Separately, Head of Food Crop Production in the Department of Agriculture (Dispertan) East Java, said Achmad Nur Falakhi, the average rice production per hectare in a single harvest reached 5.929 tons. He detail, the amount of rice affected puso current per hectare can be multiplied by the existing land area, which is an area of 1178 hectares.
"Land affected puso 1178, produced an average of 5.929 tons per hectare," he said Thursday (19 / 1). So, if calculated, the total rice produced in Java that failed due to flooding at this time approximately 6984.4 tons.
However, he confirmed the current age of the affected rice puso still about 2 months. In that sense does not necessarily affected the rice crop failed puso claimed. "In contrast to the nearly rice harvest then experience puso or crop failure. It could be said to crop failure. If it is still not said to crop failure, "he said.
Meanwhile, although the current crop of rice in some areas in East Java, failed harvests aka puso, Bulog still optimistic it can absorb rice farmers until the end of the year amounted to 900 thousand tons. It is delivered by the Head of Regional Division (Divre) Bulog East Java, Rito Angky Pratomo, Wednesday (18 / 1).
"Puso happened not how big the impact on production in East Java. This means that the risk to fail in absorbing rice farmers is still small, "he said.
According to Rito, increasing as much as 1130 new partners partners adds confidence to be able to absorb rice farmers. Moreover, the current Government Purchase price (HPP) is pegged Bulog somewhat higher, namely rice at Rp 6,800 per kilogram (kg) and Rp 4,300 per kg for dry milled grain (MPD).
"We sure can realize the target absorption. Similarly, the existing stock is still safe in the amount of 202 thousand tons and still enough for 4 months ahead, "he added.
That surge arrestors Pasting Village
JAKARTA, KOMPAS.com - surge arrestors at the fishing village Kamal Muara, Village Dadap, District Kosambi, West Jakarta, have been completed. However, residents in the fishing village where the dubious effectiveness of the barrier wave.
"Look, the distance is too close to the location of homes," said Syamsudin, Chairman of RT 07/RW 04 Kamal Muara, pointing to the embankment retaining the high waves nearly 1.5 meters.
The dikes appear, leaving only a distance of about 0.5 meters from the building houses a fishing village, it even looks almost stuck at some point. Because too close, Syamsudin sure when a large wave came later, then the exposure to waves that break will still go into the village.
According to him, retaining dikes should be built jutting into the sea waves, far from the village, and not side by side.
However, residents remain grateful for the completion of construction of the wave barrier. They believe that the existence of a wave barrier will reduce the damage caused by exposure to wave as happened in October 2010. By then, most houses in the fishing village ravaged by a two-meter high waves up to three meters.
However, the effectiveness of the new wave barrier can truly tested when the east wind season. That's when high waves usually arise because fishing village in Kamal Muara, Dadap, overlooking the sea on the east side.
East wind season usually occurs in August, September, October.
Another thing that felt wedge for residents in the fishing village it is the loss of roads around the village that is now the location of the retaining levee along the 540-meter waves. Loss of access roads to make people lose a circular path that directly connects to the highway.
"I wonder, why the levees built on the road. Why is not built jutting into the sea so far could well be a breaking wave. Is it to save the cost of the project?" Syamsudin complained.
Syamsudin remember that before a levee ever built with a stone tied beronjong, about 15 meters from the outermost point of the current houses on stilts above the sea. "It used to house the very end it is the mainland, but is now submerged in sea water. Former long embankment also submerged in the sea," said Syamsudin.
8304 Houses flooded in Banten
Due to high rainfall lately, at least 8304 homes flooded in Lebak, Banten.
Head of the Regional Disaster Management Agency Lebak, Muklis said besides soaking thousands of homes, floods also damaged roads and bridges infrastructure in the area.
"Local governments do not specify the amount of losses due to flooding that occurred on Friday (1/13/2011), but recorded 8304 homes flooded, 127 homes were damaged and 57 lightly damaged heavily damaged, and 1720 hectares of rice fields flooded," he said in Lebak, Thursday (01/19/2012).
In addition, he said, the damaged infrastructure is 22 bridges, 26 roads, 15 irigasik, two elementary, one junior, and three boarding school.
"It is estimated that losses reached billions of dollars," he said.
He hopes the damaged infrastructure can be improved to support the economy and education community, "he said.
According to him, catastrophic floods in Lebak, besides soaking thousands of homes and damaged roads and bridges, also caused three people died.
Flood early 2012, he said, quite large compared to the years ssbelumnya because billions of dollars losses and casualties.
"I think this year's flood disaster is large enough in the last 10 years," he said.
Meanwhile, hundreds of people Wanasalam District residents say they have not returned to the house because it was still flooded as high as 70 centimeters.
Stagnant water is caused by tidal waters Binuangeun being, so that water does not flow Cibinuangeun River to the sea.
"We expect a puddle of water that hit neighborhoods did not last long. They are now still living in the homes of residents who are not affected by flooding," said Ukon, village residents Cipedang, District Wanasalam.
Post-Flood Attack, 450 BTS Telkomsel Permanent Normal
Jakarta - Floods that hit parts of Serang, Banten, and surrounding areas due to overflow Ciujung River last week, no time to interfere with the telecommunications network operator Telkomsel as soon take the precaution.
"Since the beginning of a disaster, we have taken security measures as well as the anticipation of telecommunications network infrastructure in Attack," says
Attacking Telkomsel Branch Manager, Devi Erizal, in his statement on Thursday (1/19/2012).
According to him, of about 450 base transceiver stations (BTS) serving Attack and surrounding areas are all in normal conditions without interruption. So the volunteers, NGO workers, rescue teams, and communities can still communicate.
"Like most times of disaster, some infrastructure such as power outages could. But it has been addressed with power supply and battery backup, and generator mobilization efforts," he explained.
Along with the effort to secure the network, Telkomsel also take action in the form of concern for the victim opened the post regardless of disasters in areas classified as the worst-andir Undar Village, District Kragilan. In the post are available for free telephone facilities, as well as the logistics of drinking water, blankets, medicines, instant noodles and biscuits.
"To anticipate traffic increase communication in case of possible effects of widespread flooding, we also have the software ready to implement half rate channels so as to prevent solid jamming calls or voice traffic," he explained further.
Impact of Flood, Rice Farmers in West Java Losses Reach Billions of Dollar
JAKARTA - MICOM: 6000 Covering an area of 10,000 hectares of paddy crop acreage in several counties and cities in West Java (West Java) due to crop failure or puso affected by flooding, following heavy rains that hit some of the area since last weekend.
Meanwhile, tens of thousands of hectares (ha) more threatened, and until yesterday was still a rescue effort by several local farmers assisted by farmer groups.
Daily Executive Chairman of the Indonesian Farmers Association (HKTI) Jabar, Entang, Thursday (19 / 1), said the rice crop area to crop failure is likely to continue to grow, because the data collection in each city and county are still performed.
"Based on preliminary data obtained. Of the tens of thousands of hectares of rice plants affected by the floods, only 4 thousand hectares have been recovered, including by making emergency levees around rice fields and pompanisasi system," said Entang.
He added that the area of rice plants II level regions worst affected by flooding. Mostly known as the granary areas, such as Falkirk, Subang, Indramayu, and Cirebon, as well as some other areas in the East Priangan, among Tasikmalaya, Ciamis, and some of Garut.
"Falkirk include the widest (paddy) which puso. Followed Indramayu and Cirebon. Lainhya Areas, including areas of East Priangan, which puso under 100 ha," he said.
Meanwhile, losses suffered by farmers due to the disaster has reached billions of dollars.
"That's just the data (loss) while, due to the failure of paddy crop ready to harvest some of them are ready to harvest. The rest was aged between 30 to 60 days," he said.
Entang asked the government to counties and cities, and provinces, to be proactive in handling the flood. "At least there is relief pump, and seeding. Because if left unchecked will have a direct impact on rice production in West Java," he added. (EM/OL-10)
Widespread flooding in Cilacap
CILACAP - MICOM: Floods in Cilacap, Central Java (Java) extends. Current flood has hit four districts namely Kroya, Nusawungu, Cipari and Sidareja. Flooding soaking 652 hectares (ha) rice, 141 ha of which ensured puso.
This is expressed by the Head of Department of Agriculture and Animal Husbandry Cilacap Gunawan. "From an area of 652 ha, which is a severe flood in the district Kroja with 292 ha of land submerged. The area was experiencing puso 141 ha," he explained, Thursday (19 / 1).
In addition to the Kroja, paddy fields were submerged in the District with an area of 220 ha Nusawungu, then in Cipari Sidareja 83 ha and 67 ha.
"We do not know if that will be submerged puso or not. But if straight away, perhaps could be saved. Conversely, if still submerged in the coming days, it will be puso," he said. (LD/OL-04)
More than 15,000 Hectares of Rice Fields in Banten flooded
[SERANG] Covering an area of 15830.5 hectares of paddy in Banten affected by floods that have occurred since Friday (13 / 1) in the five districts / cities.
"The reports we have received as many flooded fields 15830.5 hectares, to this day a small portion still submerged," said Head of Department of Agriculture and Livestock Agus M Tauchid Banten province in Attack on Thursday (19 / 1).
According to him, flooded rice fields are located in five districts / cities in Banten including, in the District Attack 3580 ha and 101,000 M2 seedlings are scattered in 18 districts, then in 9039 Pandeglang hectares in 10 districts, covering an area of 2356 ha Lebak District, Tangerang Regency 848 ha and in an area of 7.5 ha Cilegon.
"Submerged rice plants was aged one day after planting until harvest," said Agus.
However, flooded rice fields is based on the monitoring no potential crop failures. Only, farmers need to be aware of the major pests namely post-flood, mulberry snails, rodents and pests brown planthopper.
However, he said, if the flooded rice fields resulted in crop failure, the potential loss of rice production is estimated at 77.4 thousand tons per hectare assuming production was 4.8 hectares.
"Losses incurred production costs of farmers is estimated at Rp37, 9 billion, if the rice crop failed," said Agus after handling flood coordination meeting in Banten Province.
Agus said, to help farmers affected by flooding their fields, the Agriculture Department has set aside seed Bantam area, and will coordinate with the Ministry of Agriculture if the shortage of seed reserves.
"Area-prepared seed reserves of 6.5 tons, we will ask drawbacks to the center," said Agus Tauchid accompanied by Head of Food Crops Ruswansyah Dedi.
Agus believes due to flooding will not affect rice production target of Banten Province In 2012 approximately two million tons.
While Head of the Regional Food Security (BKPD) Eneng Nurcahyati Banten province said, in anticipation of food insecurity for the citizens of the flood victims, the institute has prepared the rice needs of the Banten provincial government food reserves that are deposited in Bulog as much as 124 tons of rice.
"In addition to rice reserves province, every district / municipality also already have a backup like in Serang already issued about 40 tons," said Eneng Nurcahyati. [Ant/L-9]