This study aims to identify factors important to increase support and participation of village communities Penyengat on carbon trading in KPH Tasik Besar Serkap. The study was conducted from September 2015 until December 2015 involving 40 respondents in village of Penyengat Sungai Apit, Siak District, Riau Province. Data was collected through interviews using a structured questionnaire. The study states all respondents (100%) like to plant a tree. Types of trees planted by the respondents are fruits (33,33%), corn (22,22%), and forest plants (22,22%). In addition to plant rubber trees, palm or other forest plants, the majority of respondents (50,00%) to plant annual crops under the crop. Types of crops that are vegetables (50 ,00%). The seasonal crops majority (78,79%) and partly consumed by (6,06%) were sold to consumers around the village Penyengat. Most respondents (72,73%) had never heard of climate change / REDD +, only 15,15% of respondents who have heard through village officials (52,38%) and th e RT (14,29%). Most respondents (44,44%) did not know the meaning of REDD+ activities. If REDD+ activities are carried out, the potential of local institutions to i mplement is a farmer groups (33,33%), and public (33,33%). While other respondents (22,22%) could not give an answer about local agencies that have the potential to implement carbon trading activities in the village Penyengat. If REDD + activities be conducted, the training needs to be done a ccording to the respondents (71,43%) for the institution designated as administrators. Institutions that may be involved is a farmer groups (62,50%).
Scarcity of agarwood trees in natural forests cause agarwood trade of all species be included Aquilaria malacensis into CITIES (Convention on International trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora) and limited exsport quota. Agarwood is a resinous wood and has the benefit of such ingredients as perfumes and medicines. High economic value of Eaglewood cause increased community interest for cultivation of Gaharu plants. This research was done in January to March 2015 in Pangkalan Baru, Siak Hulu subdistrict and Kuapan, Tambang subdistrict, Kampar district, Riau Province. The materials used were map, related research, camera , GPS, compass, altimeter, measuring tape, hagameter, talysheet, etc. Field of observations with searching information about cropping in cultivation of agarwood, identification of farmers and cropping patterns. Survey of agarwood tree conducted by purposive sampling method. Data obtained by making a plot with measuring 20 x 20 m plated on transect with sampling intensity by 20%. The results of research on cropping pattern was monoculture and multiculture. Multiculture was in the rubber plants. The age of agarwood trees in monokultur was 19 years old., whereas multiculture between 2-5 year. Potential agarwood trees in monocultural was 19 mÂ³ but multicultue can not be due to plant cause age>5 years.
This study aims to measure the success rate of the Agroforestry System in Rumbio Village. This research was conducted for 2 (two) months in April s.d. June 2019. Tools and materials used in the study were chest boards, label papers, questionnaires, interview guides, tally sheets, GPS, cameras, guards, phi bands, gauges, compasses, and plastic straps. While the objects studied were rubber plants, agarwood plants, and honey bee cultivation. Data collected in this study are primary and secondary data. Data collection methods used are (1) survey method with sampling techniques for measuring rubber and aloes plants; (2) filling out questionnaires and census interviews for honey bee cultivation. The results showed the success rate of kaet plants was around 53% and agarwood plants were 28%, this was due to several factors such as floods that occurred in 2017, lack of assistance, lack of plant maintenance, and for aloes plants there was no shade at the beginning of planting. As for the cultivation of honey bees, the results of this study indicate that the cultivation of honey bees is beneficial.
This research was conducted to determine the exposure, sensitivity and adaptation of the community in mitigating climate change and to obtain a map of the level of vulnerability of the community in mitigating climate change. This study uses secondary data and primary data with the survey method using a questionnaire of 75 respondents by purposive sampling which is a community in 3 (three) villages in District XIII Koto Kampar. In addition, in-depth interviews were conducted with village heads, farmer groups, community leaders and focus group discussions. Data processing is done by Excel, software Arc Gis 9.3 to obtain a map of the level of vulnerability of the community. Data analysis was carried out descriptively. The level of exposure and sensitivity of Pulau Gadang Village, Koto Mesjid and Tanjung Alai are included in the criteria of moderate. For the level of adaptation measured by the criteria of health, education, electricity and road infrastructure of Pulau Gadang Village and Koto Masjid, the criteria are rather high, while Tanjung Alai Village is of moderate criteria. The level of vulnerability in the three villages includes the level of moderate vulnerability
Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) are naturally scattered and symbiotic with various tree species, AMF is able to improve plant adaptation to extreme soil conditions. About thirty-seven years Unilak, has been built in Riau Province, precisely in Rumbai Pekanbaru City. How is the existence of FMA on the developed campus land? Is the focus of this paper. Soil sampling for AMF observation refers to the modified ICRAF method. The extraction of AMF spores followed the pour and wet filter method followed by centrifugation techniques. Based on the morphological characteristics of the extracted AMF spores, it was identified to the genus level. The research series showed that the presence of AMF on the Unilak campus area contained 13 types of spores from the genus Acaulospora, Gigaspora, Glomus and Sclerocystis.
This study identify model organic horticultural crops organic . Organic agriculture to make fertilizer derived from cow urine and contain no chemicals. This means the resulting waste will be recovered into a resource that can produce. In this study the objectives is to find organic horticultural crops. Knowing the kind of revenue horticuture, implementing agribusiness development seed crop with cow urine fertilizer on agricultural land with an integrated economic benefits and ecological. The research method is experimental, horticultural crops planted kale, cucumber, pare, squash Technical Implementation Unit Univ.Lancang Kuning Pekanbaru. This study may provide a model of organic horticultural crops as well as reducing the cost of agricultural fertilizers.The results of the research model plant long beans given cow urine fertilizer is best. Cultivation of vegetables in Agricultural Technical Implementation Unit integrated crop yields obtained with the use of liquid urine fertilizer increased plant weight . Integrated agricultural income Rp 514.000- per period.
ABSTRAKPengembangan teknologi reklamasi lahan kritis akibat aktivitas pertambanganpada dasarnya adalah mengembalikan kondisi lingkungan yang kondusif bagikehidupan di lahan bersangkutan. FMA merupakan organisme yang dapat mendukungpertumbuhan tanaman pada kondisi lahan marjinal atau kritis sebagai bagian dariproses suksesi vegetasi. Penangkaran FMA indigenos lahan tambang minyak bumimerupakan rangkaian kegiatan untuk memperoleh FMA yang mampu mendukungkegiatan revegetasi di lahan tambang minyak bumi
ABSTRAKPenelitian yang bertujuanuntuk mengetahui pengaruh pencemaran minyak bumi terhadap tanamankelapa sawit telah dilaksanakan di areal tambang minyak bumi Minas. Hasil observasi menunjukkantanaman kelapa sawit (Elais guineensis) yang ditanam pada media tanam tercemar oleh minyakbumi pertumbuhannya akan terhambat. Jika terjadi kontak langsung minyak bumi konsentrasitinggi dengan tanaman kelapa sawit, maka tanaman kelapa sawit akan mati.
The existence of Covid-19 quickly resulted in many losses, so the government implemented a new normal. This policy encourages all parties to take various ways to restore the economic, social, and cultural conditions, one of which is by cultivating Family Medicinal Plants (TOGA) which also functions to increase the body immunity and utilizing yard land that has not been managed optimally. The activities are socialization about TOGA, cultivation techniques, cultivation practices, mentoring, and evaluation. This activity was carried out during the new normal at RT.03 RW. 05, Limbungan Rumbai was attended by 15 partners. Partners are enthusiastic about cultivating TOGA and have increased knowledge after the implementation of the extension. The practice of planting the 45 TOGA seeds given, 100% succeeded in growing well. The success of growing seedlings include quality seeds, correct planting techniques and giving fertilizer at the right dose.