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INVENTARISASI ANGGREK HUTAN DI TAHURA GUNUNG TUMPA Karoy, Efendy Renaldo; Kainde, Reynold P.; Pangemanan, Euis F.
COCOS Vol 1, No 1 (2022)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35791/cocos.v1i1.38918

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ABSTRACT Taxonomically, orchids belong to the Orchidaceae family, one of the taxa with the most species and habitat diversity. In Indonesia there are about 6,000 species of orchids or about 23% of the 26,000 species of orchids in the world. This study aims to conduct an inventory of forest orchid species and analyze the diversity index of orchid species in the nature conservation area of TAHURA Gunung Tumpa. This research was carried out in May 2021. Data collection was carried out using an exploratory method by following 8 transect lines based on the 8 cardinal directions. Data collection for orchids was carried out from morning to evening at 07:00 - 16:00 WITA. The resulting inventory of forest orchid species in TAHURA Gunung Tumpa found 184 individuals consisting of 8 orchid species. There were 3 terrestrial orchids (Nervilia aragoana, Calanthe triplicata, Eulophia spectabilis) and 5 epiphytic orchids (Phalaenopsis amabilis, Pholidota imbricata, Dendrobium sp, Diplocaulobium sp, Eria iridifolia). The orchid species diversity index at TAHURA Gunung Tumpa falls in the medium category with a value of H' = 1.29
PENGARUH PROPORSI KOMPOSISI CAMPURAN BUAH PISANG RAJA (Musa paradisiaca L.) DAN BUAH NANAS (Ananas comosus L.) DALAM PEMBUATAN FRUIT LEATHER Aprilia, Manoppo Angelica; Yoakhim, Oessoe; Tineke, Langi; Jolanda, Lamaega
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ABSTRACT Keywords: Fruit leather, Pineapple, Plaintain ABSTRAK Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mendapatkan rasio buah pisang raja dan nanas yang disukai oleh panelis serta menganalisa komposisi kimia yang terdapat dalam fruit leather yang dihasilkan. Komposisi kimia yang diuji adalah kadar air dan total gula. Penelitian ini menggunakan rancangan acak lengkap (RAL) dengan lima perlakuan perbandingan bubur buah pisang raja dan nanas, setiap perlakuan diulang sebanyak tiga kali. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan perbandingan buah pisang raja dan nanas berpengaruh nyata terhadap total gula namun tidak berpengaruh nyata terhadap kadar air dari fruit leather yang dihasilkan. Semakin tinggi proporsi buah nanas (semakin sedikit proporsi pisang raja) yang digunakan menghasilkan total gula dan kadar air yang semakin tinggi dan tekstur yang lunak. Komposisi kimia dari fruit leather yang dihasilkan yaitu kadar air 12,08% - 15,71% dan total gula berkisar antara 56,58% - 69,20%. Fruit leather yang paling disukai berdasarkan uji organoleptik terhadap 25 panelis terdapat pada perlakuan B yaitu 65% buah pisang raja dan 35% buah nanas, dengan nilai kesukaan aroma 3,4 (suka), kesukaan warna 3,52 (suka), kesukaan rasa 3,76 (suka), kesukaan tekstur 3,52 (suka), kadar air 13,70% dan total gula 61,23%. Kata Kunci: Fruit leather, Nanas, Pisang raja This research aims to obtain the ratio of the plantain and pineapple that is liked by the panelist and analyzes the chemical composition found in the resulting fruit leather. The chemical composition of being tested is moisture content and total of sugar. The study used a complete randomized draft with five treatment comparison plantain and pineapple fruit pulp, each treatment repeated three times. The results showed comparing the plantain and pineapple had have real effect on the total of sugar but not had have real effect on the moisture content of the resulting fruit leather. The higher the proportion of pineapple fruit (the fewer proportion of plantains) is used brought higher total of sugar and moisture content and soft texture. The chemical composition of fruit leather produced by the water content of 12.08% - 15.71% and total sugar ranged between 56.58% - 69.20%. Fruit leather is most preferred based on organoleptic test of 25 panelist found in the treatment B is 65% of plantains and 35% of pineapple, with a preferred flavour value is 3.4 (like), preferred color value 3.52 (like), taste preferences value 3.76 (like), texture preferences value 3.52 (like), water content 13.70% and total of sugar 61.23%.Keywords: Fruit leather, Pineapple, Plaintain
TINDAKAN SILVIKULTUR PADA HUTAN RAKYAT DI KECAMATAN LANGOWAN SELATAN, KABUPATEN MINAHASA Sarajar, Viena Angel; Pollo, Hard Napoleon; Kainde, Reynold P.
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35791/cocos.v1i1.38916

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Abstract Community forests in North Sulawesi have played a significant role in meeting various needs for wood, ranging from firewood, building materials and other uses. The problem with community forest management in the study area is the inadequate knowledge of farmers about the importance of silvicultural measures in an effort to accelerate stand growth/increment. The purpose of this study was to determine the knowledge of farmers' abilities regarding the application of silvicultural measures and their application. This study uses the interview method to public knowledge about the importance of silvicultural action. The villagers of Winebetan, Kawatak, Kayuuran Atas, Noongan in the Community Forest area in South Langowan District, Minahasa Regency have partly understood the purpose of silvicultural actions in managing community forests. Where this can be seen from the application of silvicultural actions that have been carried out in order to utilize land to get maximum results from community forest management. Keywords: Community Forest, Community Forest Management, Silvicultural Action
IDENTIFIKASI POLA AGROFORESTRI DI DESA TOGID, KECAMATAN TUTUYAN, KABUPATEN BOLAANG MONGONDOW TIMUR Laratmase, Yuliyana Christina; Ratag, Semuel P.; Pangemanan, Euis F. S.
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35791/cocos.v1i1.38917

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Abstract Agroforestry is a system of land use in which forestry crops (woody perennial) is combined with agriculture crops and livestock or fisheries in one unit of land. There has been no data and informations on agroforestry patterns in Togid Village, Tutuyan District, East Bolaang Mongondow Regency until now . This study aims to describe agroforestry patterns in Togid Village, Tutuyan District, Bolaang Mongondow Timur Regency in February 2021. The methods used in this study are field surveys, interviews and data retrieval. Respondents were obtained by purposive sampling with the criteria that farmers practice agroforestry systems in cultivating their respective gardens. The data obtained were then analyzed descriptively and presented in tabular form.. The results showed that there are two agroforestry patterns applied by farmers, namely the agrisilvicultural pattern and the agrosilvopasture-fishery pattern. There are nine combinations of 14 respondents' garden lands that are cultivated with plants - animals - fish.One of the 14 respondent's gardens is cultivated with an agrosilvopasture-fishery pattern, carried out by one respondent, while the other 13 gardens are cultivated with an agrosilvicultural pattern. In combination with woody plants, from 14 observed gardens, it was found that there were food crops in eight gardens, spice plants in nine gardens, ornamental plants in three gardens, fodder sources in caged livestock in four gardens, and fish in one. garden land The existence of a garden with an agroforestry pattern can make a very significant contribution to the community in Togid Village both in terms of economy and ecology Keywords: Agroforestry Pattern, Togid village

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