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PENGARUH PEMBERIAN BOKASHI KAYAMBANG TERHADAP PERTUMBUHAN BIBIT KELAPA SAWIT (Elaeis guineensis Jacq) PADA TANAH GAMBUT Suriyani Suriyani; Zubaidah S.; Sulistiyanto Y.; Sustiyah Sustiyah
AgriPeat Vol. 16 No. 02 (2015): JURNAL AGRIPEAT VOLUME 16 NOMOR 02, SEPTEMBER 2015
Publisher : Fakultas Pertanian Universitas Palangka Raya

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This study aims to determine the effect of giving kayambang bokashi (Salvinia molesta) on the growth of oil palm seedlings on peat. The research was conducted at land of Analytical laboratory Palangkaraya University, from July to October 2011. This research used Completely Randomized Design (CRD) single factor consisting of four treatments are: 0 ; 0,5; 1,0; and 2,0 kg. Bokashi kayambang polibag-1). Each treatment was repeated 6 times to obtain 24 units of the experiment. The results showed that bokashi kayambang has effect on height increment, increment the number of stem leaves and wet and dry weight of oil palm seedlings. There is no significantly different on stem diameter increment, leaf area, root length and number of roots. Bokashi kayambang a dose of 2 kg. Polybag-1 provides a real impact and can improve the wet and dry weight of oil palm seedlings
https://doi.org/10.36873/ KARAKTERISTIK SPEKTRA FTIR DAN SIFAT HIDROFOBISITAS TANAH GAMBUT PEDALAMAN PADA PENGGUNAAN LAHAN YANG BERBEDA DI KABUPATEN PULANG PISAU: FTIR Spectrum and Hydrophobicity Characteristic of Inland Peat soil with different land use from Pulang Pisau Zafrullah Damanik; Fengky Florante Adjie; Nina Yulianti; Melhanah Melhanah; Sustiyah Sustiyah; Y Sulistiyanto; T Sigalingging
AgriPeat Vol. 22 No. 2 (2021): JURNAL AGRIPEAT VOL. 22 NO. 2, SEPTEMBER 2021
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The irreversible drying indicated by the hydrophobic characteristic is one of the characteristics of peat which can be used to indicate the level of peatland degradation. Hydrophobic peat usually occurs as a result of fire or intensive drought which is mainly caused by peat land conversion. The objective of this research is to study the effect of land use on peat hydrophobicity, based on FTIR spectra and water penetration drop time. The result show that hydrophobicity characteristics of peat is influence by land use differences. The abandoned or scrub land has higher hydrophobic characteristic which indicated by slow water penetration time and the higher hydrophobic index based on the FTIR method, compared with rubber and palm oil plantation. Organic compounds that appear and cause peat to become hydrophobic include carboxyl, hydroxyl phenolic groups, and high lignin content.
PENGARUH NPK MAJEMUK TERHADAP PELINDIAN N-TOTAL DAN C-ORGANIK PADA TANAH PODSOLIK MERAH KUNING DAN TANAH SULFAT MASAM Muhammad Saleh; Basuki Basuki; Sustiyah Sustiyah; Rolland Agustin Umbing; Wuni Oktavia
AgriPeat Vol. 23 No. 1 (2022): JURNAL AGRIPEAT
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The research aims to determine the effect of leaching on N-total and C-organic on podzolic soils and acid sulphate soils. This research was conducted for 6 weeks from March until April 2020, housed in the Laboratory of the Department of Agriculture, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Palangka Raya. This research used Complete Random Design (CRD) single factor. There are 6 treatments namely P1 = NPK fertilizer = 0 kg.ha-1 on Podzolic Red Yellow (PRY); P2 = NPK fertilizer = 150 kg.ha-1 on Podzolic Red Yellow (PRY) ; P3 = NPK fertilizer = 300 kg.ha-1 on Podzolic Red Yellow (PRY); P4 = NPK fertilizer = 0 kg.ha-1 on Acid Sulphate Soils (ASS); P5 = NPK fertilizer = 150 kg.ha-1 on id Sulphate Soils (ASS); P6 = NPK fertilizer = 300 kg.ha-1 on Sulphate Soils (ASS);. Each treatment was repeated 3 times. The measured variable is the content of N-total, and C-organic in soil and water leaching. Data were analyzed with analysis of variance on the level of alpha = 0.05 and alpha = 0,01. If there is real effect in treatment, The result of HRD (Honest Real Different) level of alpha = 0.05. The results of research showed the higher dose of NPK fertilizer compound given cause increased content of N-total, and C-organic on a red-yellow podzolic soil and acid sulfate soil before leaching and after leaching. The dose of NPP fertilizer Compound that high will increase the content of N-total, and C-organic dissolved in water leaching red yellow podzolic soil and acid sulphate soils.
STUDI POTENSI TANAMAN BIOFARMACA DI KAWASAN IUPHKm “HANDAK MAJU” DESA TUMBANG NUSA, KECAMATAN JABIREN RAYA, KABUPATEN PULANG PISAU, PROVINSI KALIMANTAN TENGAH: Potential Study of Medicinal Plants in the IUPHKm “Handak Maju” Area at Tumbang Nusa Village, Jabiren Raya Sub-district, Pulang Pisau Regency, Central Kalimantan Province Fengky Florante Adji; Nina Yulianti; Untung Darung; Oesin Oemar; Sustiyah Sustiyah; Yosep Yosep; Renhart Jemi; Putra S.A.H.AR; Hendrik Segah; Meilantina Meilantina; Munier M.T; Talulembang P
AgriPeat Vol. 24 No. 2 (2023): JURNAL AGRIPEAT
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Peatland is a specific ecosystem that is always waterlogged and has multiple functions, including economic, hydrological, environmental, cultural, and biodiversity functions. Existing peatlands, especially in Central Kalimantan, have great biodiversity potential. This potential provides benefits for people living in peat areas. This diversity of biodiversity has the potential of medicinal plants that have not been maximally explored. Therefore, through this activity, data will be obtained regarding the types and potential of medicinal plants in inland peat areas, which will facilitate their management. This research activity was carried out in the “Handak Maju” IUPHKm area for 3 (three) months, from July – September 2022. The implementation method is carried out through survey activities and field observations and carrying out of the Focus Group Discussions, as well as related literature studies. Based on the results of the survey conducted, it was found that several types of medicinal plants have the potential to be developed and preserved. According to Zuhud (1991) that medicinal plants are plants whose plant parts (leaves, stems or roots) have medicinal properties and are used as raw materials in the manufacture of modern and traditional medicines. It was further revealed that, medicinal plants are still not widely cultivated. However, the advantages of treatment using traditional medicinal plant ingredients are generally considered safer than the use of modern medicine. This is because traditional medicine has relatively fewer side effects than modern medicine.