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Journal : Jurnal Sagu

Survai Pemetaan Tanah Di Kecamatan Teluk Meranti, Pelalawan Besri Nasrul
Jurnal Sagu Vol 6, No 02 (2007)
Publisher : Universitas Riau

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (627.637 KB) | DOI: 10.31258/sagu.v6i02.1513

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To optimize the utilization of the soils, especially in the wetlands, precise and comprehensive understanding of soil characteristic is needed to support agricultural works. The study was conducted in the Teluk Meranti District, Pelalawan for five months. The field survey was carried out on 1:50.000 scale map which was used for mapping, classifying, describing morphological, physical, and chemical soil properties. The soil classification systems applied to this study were soil taxonomy until family categories. The result of study indicated that areas occupied by six soil mapping units were: sapric haplohemist on 42.173 Ha areas (11%); typic haplohemist on 111.520 Ha areas (29%); typic haplosaprist on 212.486 Ha areas (54%); typic endoquents on 14.310 Ha areas (3%); sulfic endoaquepts on 4.297 Ha areas (1%); humic endoaquepts on 5.235 Ha areas (1%). Key words: soil survey, soil mapping, soil classification, Pelalawan
Masukan Teknologi Tinggi untuk Meningkatkan Kelas Kesesuaian Lahan kelapa Sawit (Studi Kasus PT. Teso Indah) Besri Nasrul; Edison Anom
Jurnal Sagu Vol 7, No 2 (2008)
Publisher : Universitas Riau

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Identification of high inputs to increase the land suitability for oil palm plantation was carried out at PT. Teso Indah, Indragiri Hulu, Riau in 2006. The land evaluation system applied in this study was maximum limiting factors. The result of this study indicated that reas occupied by three soil mapping units were: SPT1 of 3,988.36, SPT2 of 807.57 and SPT3 of 21.07 ha. Actual land suitability classes of PT. Tweso Indah were not suitableĀ  currently and the limiting suitability factors are depth (100-200 cm), flood, drainage, pH, and base saturation. The high inputs needed to increase the suitability class are compacted peat and draiage channel construction.
Perencanaan pengembangan Hortikultura pada Lahan gambut Menggunakan Analisis Sistem Informasi Geografi Besri Nasrul
Jurnal Sagu Vol 8, No 02 (2009)
Publisher : Universitas Riau

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Developing horticultural in the peat land needs geographical information system to gain data about its potential. The study was conducted at Meranti District, Riau Province at 2008. The result of study indicated that fruit crops (mango, durian, rambutan, soursop, avocado, mangos teen, citrus, jackfruit, banana, star fruit, papaya, and pineapple had the S2 land suitability for shallow-middle peat (50-200 cm). Based on this result, Meranti district has potential as a central of tropical fruits. The distribution of tropical peat land in Meranti district is about 263.647 ha or 64% tropical peat land.