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PELATIHAN DAN PENDAMPINGAN DIVERSIFIKASI PRODUK PERIKANAN SERTA STRATEGI PEMASARAN SEBAGAI UPAYA PENINGKATAN PENDAPATAN MASYARAKAT DESA GUNUNGPRING, KECAMATAN MUNTILAN, KABUPATEN MAGELANG Eny Boedi Orbawati; Eric Armando; Gentur Jalunggono; Abdul Qadir Jailani; Andri Nofreeana; Shobrina Silmi Qori Tartila
JURNAL KASTARA Vol. 2 No. 2 (2022): Desember 2022
Publisher : Fakultas Pertanian_Universitas Tidar

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Low optimization of fishery product diversification development becomes the fish farmer problem in Magelang District, although capable of increasing the selling value and creating the business opportunities for fishery products. In addition to product diversification, a marketing strategy needs to be performed, so the product absorption and demand are easier in the market. Based on this condition, community service actions were carried out to train and assist the process of fishery product diversification production and marketing strategies to increase the community income. This activity was held in Wonosari Hamlet, Gunungpring Village, Muntilan District, Magelang Regency, from September - October 2022. The service participants were residents of Wonosari Hamlet, especially housewives. This activity was implemented through field observations, socialization, counseling, training, mentoring, monitoring, and evaluation. The diversified products that were used as objects in this activity contained fish samosas, kaki naga, high pressure smoked milkfish, and otak-otak bandeng. During the service implementation, participants were asked to produce fishery products, after being explained by the lecture team, before finally describing the marketing strategies to increase the community income, especially the Wonosari hamlet community. Based on the evaluation results, this service program has increased the understanding, skills, quality, and quantity of fishery products, which can have an impact on the regional food security through training and community assistance.
PELATIHAN DAN PENDAMPINGAN PENGELOLAAN PAKAN MANDIRI SEBAGAI UPAYA PENINGKATAN PRODUKSI BUDIDAYA DI DESA GUNUNGPRING, KECAMATAN MUNTILAN, KABUPATEN MAGELANG Sri Hidayati; Eric Armando; Tri Sumarni W; Pradipta Bayuaji Pramono; Annisa Novita Sari; Waluyo Waluyo; Muh Azril; Shobrina Silmi Qori Tartila
JURNAL KASTARA Vol. 2 No. 2 (2022): Desember 2022
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Feed is one of the main components with important function to support the freshwater fish culture success. Sufficient feed quantity and quality can ensure the fish culture cycle continuity. Feed occupies the highest position, which spends 60-80% of the total production cost requirement in intensive fish culture to support the fish growth. The high feed cost is unmatched with the fish selling price, resulting in a minimum profit gain. Based on this condition, a community service, focusing on self-produced feed training needs to be implemented to increase the cost efficiency and effectiveness in freshwater fish culture. This training was conducted in Gunungpring Village, Muntilan Sub-district, Magelang District with fish cultivator communities. The feed used as the object for this training contained artificial and live feed. Training activities contained surveys, field observations, outreach, counseling, mentoring, monitoring, and evaluation. This training could clearly introduce the community to the use of alternative feeds for ornamental and consumed-fish commodities. Live feed production training included Azolla sp., Daphnia sp., silkworms, and earthworms, while artificial feed included pellets of pf500-1000. This training program increases the community understanding and skills, followed by the quality and quantity of fishery products. As the training also has an impact on the regional food security with massive community assistance, so harvest failure can be minimized optimally.