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Studyon Characteristics and Shelf Life Prediction of Cashew Appels Using Modified Atmosphere Packaging System La Rianda; . Sutrisno; Rizal Syarief; I Wayan Budiastra
Jurnal Keteknikan Pertanian Vol. 14 No. 1 (2000): Buletin Keteknikan Pertanian
Publisher : PERTETA

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The aims of this research are: I) to identzJL the changes ofphysiologic characteristics of cashew apples during storage under MAP system; 2) to verzfv the changes of their quality during storage; and 3) to establish the optimum gaseous compotition range in the MAS system. To completed the research, the experimen was conducted by four steps activities as follows: I) the measurement of respiration rate; 2) establishment of the range of modijied atmosphere storage for cashew uppels; 3) cojitputingthe packaging area and selecting the kind of plastic film; 4) prediction of shelf lge for cashew appels during srorage under MAP system.
Analysis of the Trading Margin of Micro Scale Tempe Processing Business in South Konawe Regency Dhian Herdhiansyah; Nasrullah Nasrullah; La Rianda; Asriani Asriani
JURNAL AGROINDUSTRI HALAL Vol. 7 No. 1 (2021): Jurnal Agroindustri Halal 7(1)
Publisher : Lembaga Riset dan Pengabdian Kepada Masyarakat Universitas Djuanda Bogor

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This study aims to analyze the trading margin of tempe processing business a micro-scale in the South Konawe Regency. The Determination of the location of the study was done deliberately (purposive sampling). The sampling method used in this research is the census method technique, in which the sample used in this study is the tempe business Micro A, Micro B, Micro C, Micro D, Micro E, and Mikro F, documents and literature. The analysis used is the trading system margin analysis. The results showed that the comparison of prices in each chain actor, the highest business margin of micro-scale tempe business was tempe F with the trading margin of collector traders by 24%, collectors to market traders 26.47%.
Factors Affecting The Development of The Kopra Industry: A Case Study of Konawe Kepulauan District – Southeast Sulawesi Dhian Herdhiansyah; Ardhiansyah; La Rianda; Asriani
JURNAL AGROINDUSTRI HALAL Vol. 7 No. 2 (2021): Jurnal Agroindustri Halal 7(2)
Publisher : Lembaga Riset dan Pengabdian Kepada Masyarakat Universitas Djuanda Bogor

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This study aims to determine: (a) copra processing technology, and (b) factors that influence the development of the copra industry. The location of this research was carried out in Konawe Islands Regency, Southeast Sulawesi Province. Research variables include labor wages, raw materials, income, copra production, capital, equipment, and depreciation of copra prices, and copra processing revenue. The results showed that: copra processing includes: (a) picking, (b) transportation, (c) stripping, (d) cleavage, (d) gouging, and (e) drying. Factors that influence the development of the copra industry: Factors that influence the development of the copra industry: (a) labor factor (X1) shows a regression coefficient of -0.138 and a significant value of 0.112> 0.1; (b) the business capital factor (X2) shows the regression coefficient value of 0.017 and a significant value of 0.252> 0.1, and (c) the raw material factor (X3) shows the regression coefficient value of 0.245 and a significant value of 0.000 <0.1.