the United States launched an Agribusiness Market and Support Activity (AMARTA II) program worth 15 million US dollars to support food and agribusiness resilience in Indonesia early in March 2012. The main purpose of this program is to help farmers to concentrate more on boosting production by inviting researchers, business corporations and government officials to talk, and various technologies and information, which is also in line with the Indnesian govenment’s program. Indonesia has so many potentials and opportunities to boost agricultural production to overcome one of the world’s problem on agricultural production, and by cooperating between the two countries they combined the technologies and researchers from United States with the farmers and potentials of the land from Indonesia to solve problems together.