Sisaket, is one of the northeastern provinces of Thailand. The province resides in the valley of the Mun River, a tributary of the Mekong. Neighboring provinces are (from west clockwise) Surin, Roi Et, Yasothon, and Ubon Ratchathani. To the south it borders Oddar Meancheay and Preah Vihear of Cambodia. The province is subdivided into 22 districts which are further subdivided into 206 subdistricts and 2,411 villages. The province covers an area of 8,839 sq.kms.

Sisaket is a quiet province on the Cambodian border with Khmer ruins scattered throughout the province. The most notable are the two ruined sanctuaries of Wat Sa Kamphaeng Yai and Noi, dating back to the 10th century. This province is famous for silk and cotton cloth woven in khit pattern, which is produced mainly in Amphoe Bung Boon and Uthumphon Phisai. It is also popular for its tropical fruits. Fruit orchards in Amphoe Kantaralak bear fruit such as durian, rambutan and mangosteen from May to July every year.

List of districts & experimental sites

The ongoing SRI-LMB experimental sites in the selected districts of Sisaket province are listed below:
  • Uthumphon Phisai - Kokjan
  • Kantharalak - Nong Hang, Phungoen