Konjac or locally known as porang (Amorphophallus oncophillus) is a class of Araceae native to Indonesia that grow wild in the forests of Java, so in Japan known as the “Java Mukago konyaku”.

Porang a shrub (herbaceous) with a bulb in the ground. Porang grow in the forest because it only requires 40-60% of solar radiation is very suitable for growing in the shade. Porang only requires dry soil with pH 6-7.

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Porang now widely cultivated plant in the forests of East Java. Until now, the cultivation area has reached of more than 2865 acres covering several areas of forest mostly in East java.