The 2019 pandemic, known as the Covid-19 pandemic, has been one of the most significant health crises in recent years. The pandemic has had the potential to cause other health crises and has also brought tremendous challenges to food security issues in Indonesia. The pandemic has also potentially disrupted food security in Indonesia, as food supplies and markets have been negatively impacted, leading to a food security issue. As such, food self-sufficiency is Indonesia's national food security goal in this post-Covid-19 situation. However, the country is still struggling to reach the plan due to some classic problems in agriculture, such as agricultural land-use change, human resources, and inputs.
Despite there are two steps that can take to make the situation stable. The first is food imports, and the second is arranging a new agriculture management system. Food imports have been set as a short-term solution. At the same time, the long-term solution is to increase the production capacity of agriculture, which will require a better understanding of the agricultural production system, improved technology in agriculture, and better management of agricultural resources. Post-COVID-19 also brings a new lifestyle, where Internet and digital works are done. Then, does technology can handle Indonesia's food self-sufficiency? And how smart farming works and what are the opportunities in Indonesia post-COVID-19.