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Potensi Pengembangan Bawang Putih (Allium Sativum L.) Dataran Rendah Varietas Lokal Sanur SARWADANA, SANG MADE; ALIT GUNADI, I GUSTI
AGRITROP Vol. 26, No. 1 Maret 2007
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Garlic (Allium sativum L.) Local Sanur variety is one of garlic varieties which are commonly cultivated inBali. This variety has not been identified, although it has been known having good agronomical, as well as goodmorphological characteristics. The aims of this study were to identify Local Sanur variety has good characteristicsfor cultivated at low land area. This experiment was conducted at Sanur, the eastern region of Denpasar. The seedswere planted on the 5.0 m x 2.5 m garden bed with the plant spacing of 25 cm x 25 cm. There were 15 replications,hence, 15 garden-beds all. Each garden-bed was divided into two parts. The plants on a part side were used asdestructive samples, which were required for the variables of growth analysis, and for determination of the periodof vegetative and bulbing phase. Whereas the plants on the other part were used for the variables of plant growthand yield. The result show that the variety of Local Sanur had specific characteristics as described below: the plantheight ranged 48.9 to 56.7 cm, the leaf number was 5.14 to 6.06; the leaf size were 35.73 to 40.73 cm in length and1.05 to 1.39 cm in width. The bulbing phase was commenced at 49 days after planting; therefore the vegetativeperiod was 49 days. The bulb was harvested at 85 days after planting, indicated the bulbing period of 36 days.The yield was 4.82 to 6.60 tons of dry weight per hectare. It was also identified that the bulb has oval shape (egglike)with white flesh and yellowish white skin. Those characters indicated that Local Sanur Varierty suitable fordeveloping at low land area.
AGRICA Vol. 1 No. 1 (2008): June
Publisher : Agriculture Faculty of Flores University

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This research conducted to know the effect of decreasing undergrowth stem earn of corn and fertilized corn yield seraya local variety with nitrogen rates and interaction. The experimental factor is decreased unproductive stem earn consist left behind 1 stem earn (Tl), decrease by left behind 2 stem earn (T2) and without a decrease (T3). The second factor is nitrogen dosage by 0,115 and 172,5 kg N/ha. The result of research indicated a real and extremely real interaction between both of treatment factor (T x N) only happen on the amount of variable seed per line and amount of seed per crop. Treatment without decreasing undergrowth stem earn (T3) caused highly weight dry seed oven per hectare is 2,67 ton and lowest on decreasing undergrowth stem earn treatment to left behind 1 stem earn (Tl) is 1,81 ton. Nitrogen treatment 115kg/ha (N2) caused highly weight dry seed oven 2,97 ton/ha and lowest 1,56 ton by 0 kg/ha nitrogen dosage.
UPAYA PENGEMBANGAN VARIETAS JAGUNG TAHAN KERING MELALUI EVALUASI GALUR SMCT-2 Wayan Sudarka; Sang Made Sarwadana; I Gusti Ngurah Raka; Ni Luh Made Pradnyawati; I Gusti Alit Gunadi
Bumi Lestari Journal of Environment Vol 9 No 2 (2009)
Publisher : Environmental Research Center (PPLH) of Udayana University

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The research entitled “ Developping drought resistance of corn variety via evaluation of SMCT-2 line ” which aimed to achieve of agronomic characteristic varians and yield potential of SMCT-2 compare with SMCT-1 line and their parent. This research considered to conduct at dry season in Denpasar about 2007 and 2008. Selection method on this research is purporsive random sampling. Evaluation of variance selection line (SMCT-2) compare to parent showed significant different (F= 0,05) of some variables such as total of leafs, plants hight, leafs area, internodes, diameter of stems, position of ears corn, silks period, grains line on ears, ears length, grains weight per plant, weight of 100 grains per plant. Non-significant variance of variables is: length of internode, ears corn diameter, dry weight of raw materials, total of productive ears corn, initial period of tassels. Variances of entire variables of SMCT-2 relatively are lower than parent and SMCT-1 line. The higher variances of SMCT-2 are showed on height of plants (526,30) , leafs area (4011,10), position of ears-corn (205,58), dry weight of raw materials (5641,37), dry weight of ears-corn per plant (188,82), total of grains per plant (4335,26), dry weight of grains per plant (276,58). Coerffient of variance showed that SMCT-2 line, SMCT-1 line and parent less than 20 %. Average of variables to support production SMCT-2 line yields are relatively higher than parent is showed by: length of ears corn (13,20 %), dry weight of ears corn (5,6 %), total of grains per ear-corn (15,23 %), lines number of seeds per ear corn (4,80 %), dry weight of grains per plant (27,61 %), dry weight 100 grains per plant (3,33 %). Dry weight of yield SMCT-2 line was founded 5,02 ton per hectar, which is higher 4,58 % than SMCT-1 (4,8 ton per hectare), and is higher 8,71 % than parent (3,9 ton per hectare), with population 50.000 plants per hectare. This line was relative resistance on drought, show that was devolved to produced new variety for the arids areas.
Identifikasi Pola Permukiman Tradisional Kampung Budaya Betawi Setu Babakan, Kelurahan Srengseng Sawah, Kecamatan Jagakarsa, Kota Administrasi Jakarta Selatan, Provinsi DKI Jakarta MUHAMMAD SYAIFUL MOECHTAR; SANG MADE SARWADANA; COKORDA GEDE ALIT SEMARAJAYA
Jurnal Agroekoteknologi Tropika (Journal of Tropical Agroecotechnology) Vol. 1, No. 2, Oktober 2012
Publisher : Program Studi Agroekoteknologi, Fakultas Pertanian, Universitas Udayana

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ABSTRACT The Identification of Traditional Settlement Patterns of Setu Babakan Betawinese Cultural Village, District of Srengseng Sawah, Subdistrict of Jagakarsa, South Jakarta, the Province of  DKI JAKARTA The objective of the research is to show an evidence that the form of traditional settlement patterns of Betawinese does still exist in DKI Jakarta. The method used is descriptive quantitative, in which data source was derived from the literature study, observations, structured interviews, and questionnaires (30 respondents). The results of the research showed that Setu Babakan Betawinese Cultural Village settlement patterns uses clustered settlement pattern which follows the circular shape of the Lake/Setu Babakan, and has the characteristic of clustered spread distribution pattern. The former elements in this settlement are physical, economical and social cultural, and they are inter-related. This settlement has the area about 289 ha (67 ha owned by the Local Government) with the percentage of built-up space by 61.17% and 38.83% undeveloped area (include water bodies). The spatial patterns in Setu Babakan was not visible any philosophical history or any clear layout. The existing vegetations in the settlement are of particularly those plants with the characteristic of Betawi producing plants, such as Durio zibetinus Var. Sitokong, Baccaurea racemosa and Sandoricum loetjape. The results of research in the field, 43% of existing plants in the settlements has functioned as a producing plants. This Betawinese settlement is a typical “suburban Betawinese settlement”, which has two types of traditional houses, Rumah Gudang and Bapang/Kebaya and do not have the wind direction and specific orientation in placement. Keyword : traditional settlement patterns, Betawinese, clustered settlement
Identifikasi Pola Pemukiman Tradisional di Kampung Hologolik Distrik Asotipo Wamena Kabupaten Jayawijaya Propinsi Papua HESTY RUM LOKBERE; SANG MADE SARWADANA; ANAK AGUNG MADE ASTININGSIH
Jurnal Agroekoteknologi Tropika (Journal of Tropical Agroecotechnology) Vol. 1, No. 1, Juli 2012
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ABSTRACT Identification of Traditional Settlement Patterns in Hologolik Village Asotipo Wamena District Jayawijaya Regency Papua Province Hologolik village is one of the villages in Papua who maintain the traditional pattern of settlement. The advantages of traditional village houses Hologolik is uniform with clustered settlement patterns. The purpose of this study was to determine the spatial patterns of traditional settlement of Village Hologolik and its constituent elements and the factors that affect the traditional settlement patterns of village Hologolik. The results showed that the clustered pattern of settlement in Village Hologolik motivated by the chieftain's wife kidnapping by unknown persons, because of scattered housing. The pattern of human settlement in Village Hologolik is approaching settlement patterns centered on the livelihoods of fish ponds are divided into three sections. Spatial patterns in Hologolik Village are public open space patterns and patterns of semi-public space. Residential buildings are located at Village Hologolik divided into two types, namely a round devoted to the men and women dedicated to elongated shape and a pigsty. Residence located at Village Hologolik form clumped patterns. Clustered settlement pattern is influenced by the understanding of polygamy is embraced by local people, so the men would build a house according to the number of his wives in one group (Osili) in order to facilitate supervision. In addition, it is also influenced by climatic conditions and socio-cultural communities that live Village Hologolik mutual assistance to each other. Traditional influenced the architecture of the house by a very cold climate, so the house stayed in the village of Hologolik built very tightly with no windows and one door and out. Village community Hologolik 93% strongly support the traditional settlement pattern developed as an attraction for tourists, but on the other hand Hologolik Village community support for a modern facility that is 94%.Village community Hologolik maintain the traditional pattern of settlement because of the promise of the government, while the economy as a secondary reason for that is 70%. Keywords: traditional settlements, Hologolik Wamena village
Pengelolaan Lanskap Rumah Sakit Umum Daerah Patut Patuh Patju Kecamatan Gerung Kabupaten Lombok Barat Provinsi Nusa Tenggara Barat FIRMAN PERMANA; SANG MADE SARWADANA; NI NYOMAN ARI MAYADEWI
Jurnal Agroekoteknologi Tropika (Journal of Tropical Agroecotechnology) Vol.2, No.1, Januari 2013
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ABSTRACT The Landscape Management of Patut Patuh Patju Hospital Sub district of Gerung, West Lombok District, the Province of Nusa Tenggara The Garden of RSUD Patut Patuh Patju West Lombok Regency is under the head of Employment and General Subdivision. The working system on landscape management and cultivation garden now is need to be increased to revise an old concept that regarded as less shade, smooth, view and building unification its far from comfortable impression, and to look for the answer as well comparison in the cultivation of environment hygiene application management and gardens system that has been applied since 2005 up to now. Research purposes are to know : 1) pattern of landscape management used and how far the system applied by landscape management side, 2) the effectiveness landscape management activity applied, and 3) factors are barriers in the accuracy to determine functions and main jobs of landscape management. Results of the research show that landscape are quite large in several parts, whereas generally landscape condition is precisely good from plantation aspect and physical garden available, so users feel comfortable, peaceful and shaded. Precisely good condition of landscape but not supported by its optimal of landscape management in cultivation plantation, cutting and watering. These are showed by (75,6%) respondents as well fertilization is rarely done 53,7%. Then (36%) of respondents said do not know and the function of carrying on process has not proper yet on the object landscape handled (34,1%). The manager has done the duty correctly. That is proved by 43,6% of respondents, but they have not done the management factors appropriately yet Keywords : hospital landscape management, plantation, and comfortable
Aplikasi Filosofi Tri Hita Karana dalam Konsep Perencanaan Lansekap Gereja Katolik Santa Maria Immaculata, Tabanan IVANNA WISNU WARDANI; A.A. GEDE DALEM SUDARSANA; SANG MADE SARWADANA
Jurnal Arsitektur Lansekap Vol.1, No.1, April 2015
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ABSTRACT Tri Hita Karana as Site Plan Concepts of Santa Maria Immaculata Catholic Church Tabanan Landscape Santa Maria Immaculata Catholic Church Tabanan (SMICCT) landscape has been developed for sufficient the user activities.  There is no particular site plan concept, therefore SMICCT garden is not well ordered.   This research aims to apply Tri Hita Karana (THK) as SMICCT site plan concept, to adjust THK with the user activities and apply the garden elements that unify the characters of THK.  The results of this research showed that SMICCT landscape needs to be structured the garden to create a space and provide atmosphere which contains the activities of users.  THK as SMICCT site plan concepts are used to categorize the space based on the user activities, and to choose garden elements in creating the atmosphere of space on the SMICCT landscape.   Keywords: cultural inculturation, tri hita karana, site plan
Identifikasi Tanaman Obat-Obatan Sebagai Elemen Lunak Lansekap di Kecamatan Kediri, Kabupaten Tabanan, Provinsi Bali LUH RATIH PARAMITA; SANG MADE SARWADANA; I NYOMAN GEDE ASTAWA
Jurnal Arsitektur Lansekap Vol.3, No.2, Oktober 2017
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Indonesia is an agricultural country known for the wealth of species and different kinds of plants. Diversity of natural resources make Indonesia has a lot of biodiversity as well as the diversity of traditional medical plants, or more commonly known herbs.Medical plants flowering in the regional in Kediri, Tabanan regency, Province of Bali still very little is used as an softscape element of landscape, so it has not been used optimally. Presumably there are many kinds of medical plant other throughout in Kediri, Tabanan regency, Province of Bali either cultivated or growing wild. Have data regarding a kinds of medical plants in the region is very important both for science and conservation. Medical plants have potential as an ornamental plant, because the flowers can give a feeling of luxury, so there will be a sense of pride by the owner. Medical plants can be used as landscape softcape elements, besides being able to used aesthetics value of the plants and when necessary for health will be easier to get it. This method of technique sampling used survey, questionnaires, and interview. The results of this those there are 52 species of medical plants which are grouped into five flowering habitus are bushes, shrubs, water plants, trees, and ground cover.There are four function of medical plants has inventory and identification as an element of landscape design is as a railings, shade, absorbing pollutants and aesthetics value.
Jurnal Arsitektur Lansekap Vol.3, No.1, April 2017
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ABSTRACTIdentification and Morphometry of Setra Park in Ubud DistrictUbud is one of eight district which is located in Gianyar regency. Ubud was selected as a study site because the distric has a cemetry park which is need to identify. The aim of the study was to identify cemetery park (setra park) in the district of Ubud. The method used was survey method with employing observation, interview, and literature study technique. Purposive random sampling was conducted with number of sample as much as 30 percent of total population of cemetery in Ubud. Overall, there were twelve cemetery selected namely Tunon, Demayu, Kengetan, Singakerta, Mawang, Mas, Peliatan, Padang Tegal, Dalem Puri Ubud, Petulu, Bentuyung, and Kedewataan respectively. Results showed that each cemetery park has a spatial pattern which is similar from one to others. The main part or utama mandala area of cemetery was Pura Prajapati. Likewise, in the middle part of cemetery or madya mandala area were pamuwunan and cemetery for children and adults. Whereas, in lower part of cemetery or nista mandala area there were landfills or remnants from ceremony, but there were some variations in the extent of their area and characteristic of each pakraman (local village institution). In terms of function, all cemetery parks has primary function as a place of burial and bodies cremation ceremony (pengabenan) as well as it additional function as a green open space, aesthetic and sicio-cultural-religious-magical functions. Similarly, each setra park has a similarity in term of layout and park element. Some variations were found in terms of plant species dominancy together with number and types of animals and plants found.Keywords: cemetery park, hard and soft elements, pakraman village, Ubud district
Identifikasi dan pemetaan taman setra di Kota Denpasar berbasis teknologi Sistem Informasi Geografi (SIG) Anak Agung Gede Sugianthara; Anak Agung Gede Dalem Sudarsana; Sang Made Sarwadana
Jurnal Arsitektur Lansekap Vol.5, No.1, April 2019
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Identification and mapping of grave yard park in Denpasar City based on GIS technology. Bali as a garden island consists of several types of parks, one of which is Setra Park. In Bali there are 1,488 indigenous villages/pakraman. Each traditional village has at least one grave, and some have two to three graves. Thus in Bali it is estimated that there are more than 1500 graves, but until now there is no exact data on the number and extent of the graves in Bali, as well as those in the City of Denpasar. This study aims to identification and find out at once mapped Setra Park in the city of Denpasar, Bali as the first step to compile the data base of Taman Setra in Bali Province as one of the national assets of Unitary State of Republic of Indonesia which has architectural, functional, aesthetic, and socio-religious-magical. This study used the survey method with data retrieval technique with observation, interview, and questionnaire distribution to get primary data directly obtained in the field, as well as literature study to complete data or information not obtained in the field. As for mapping using GPS instruments (Global Positioning System) and QGIS software (Quantum Geography Information System). The collected data was followed by tabulation and then analyzed with Quickbird satellite image analysis in 2012 and QGIS 2010 to compile data base and at the same time making map of Taman Setra in Denpasar City. The result of this study shows that, all the parks in Denpasar have spatial layout based on mandala concept, namely: (1) Main mandala as head (ulu setra) in the form of Pura Prajapati building; (2) Madia mandala is a body (ragan setra) as a burial place corpse, arson, and pengabenan ceremony; (3) Nista mandala as foot (cokor/sor setra) area which functioned as garbage dump or rest of upakara. The total area varies from 0.07 to 8.90 Ha, with the land ownership status belonging to the respective village of pakraman, but only about 16.7% have been certified. The arrangement of the park is quite good and has multiple functions, as well as burial places, ceremonies, and other religious rituals also function as a park, a place to harvest rare plants, and at the same time have ecological functions as green open spaces are shady, comfortable, and interesting.