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Jenis Satwa Liar dan Pemanfaatnya Di Pasar Beriman, Kota Tomohon, Sulawesi Utara Sahiu, R; Pangemanan, E.; Lasut, M. T.
COCOS Vol 1, No 3 (2017)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35791/cocos.v1i3.14959

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ABSTRACT  The research was conducted to know the kind of wildlife, parts and the way people use it. The method used ini the research during the months of August to September 2013 were interviews directly in the field against the seller and the buyer. During the course of a study period August to September found 8 wildlife traded, consisting of five wildlife found within the research that wild boars, wild rats, phyton, and bats. 3 wildlife found through information society that anoa, black macaca, and babiroussa. From interviews it is known that wild animals are imported from Gorontalo, Kotamobagu, Makassar, Minahasa, and, Bolaang Mongondow. Of the 24 respondents there were 8 people (33.33%) who buy wild animals for consumption of 3 people (12.50%), to be used as medicine, and 13 patients (54.17%) for consumption and also used as medicine. Part wildlife utilized in the form of meat (62.50%), meat and bile (25%), blood (8.33%), and fat (4.17%).  Key Word: Wildlife, utilization of wildlife, etnozoologi
PERSENTASE SERANGAN Leucinodes orbonalis Gueene (Lepidoptera; Crambidae) PADA BUAH TERONG DI KELURAHAN WAILAN DAN KAKASKASEN DUA KECAMATAN TOMOHON UTARA Wowor, Elan K.; Kaligis, James B.; Rante, Caroulus S.
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35791/cocos.v1i3.14997

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ABSTRACT The research aims to determine the percentage of larvae attack  Leucinodes orbonalis Gueene on eggplant. This research was conducted in the Village Wailan and Kakaskasen Two North Tomohon sub district Tomohon. The study lasted five months, namely from March to August 2016.  The research was conducted by survey on eggplant in North Tomohon Tomohon sub district, which is in the Village Wailan and Kakaskasen Dua each village taken one farmer's land. Sampling was done by the method diagonal slices are set out five sub-plot at the sampling site. Sampling was done by intervals of one week four times observation. Fruits are attacked calculated percentage amount.  The results showed the average percentage of the highest attack in the village of Kakaskasen Dua is 28.17% while in the Village Wailan average percentage of attacks is only 6.85%.The test results of the analysis showed significant differences Significant 0,000 <0.05 then the corresponding basis for decision making in Test Independent Sample T-test, t can be concluded H0 and H1 accepted which means that there are differences in the percentage of fruit borer attacks at both locations. Keywords: percentage attack, Leucinodes orbonalis Gueene, fruit eggplant, eggplant
POPULASI Corcyra cephalonica (LEPIDOPTERA;PYRALIDAE) PADA BEBERAPA KETEBALAN MEDIA TEPUNG JAGUNG Laoh, Sandy J.; Kandowangko, Daysi; Rimbing, Jimmy
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35791/cocos.v1i3.15025

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ABSTRACT This research was conducted at the Laboratory of Plant Pests and Diseases Faculty of Agriculture, University of Sam Ratulangi. Research time is less than four months from September until December, 2016. This research use corn flour as feed for C. cephalonica. The research compiled in a completely randomized design (CRD) and as treatment is the thickness of corn flour as feed for C. cephalonica. This experiment consisted of four treatment, which is 2 cm, 4 cm, 6 cm and 8 cm. each treatment was repeated of five times.  The result showed that thickness media of corn flour 8 cm had an average population imago of C. cephalonica most low at 54.2 individuals, while the population is high was found in media thickness of corn flour 2 cm with an average of 60.6 individuals, then at the media thickness of 6 cm and 4 cm on average the population is almost the same individuals 80.2 and 80.0 individuals to a thickness of 4 cm.
INVENTARISASI SERANGGA HAMA PADA TANAMAN KUBIS DI KELURAHAN KUMELEMBUAY KOTA TOMOHON Roring, Arthur; Meray, Elisabet R.M.; Ratulangi, Max; Dien, M.F.
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ABSTRACT The study aims to determine the types of insect pests on cabbage in the village Kumelembuay. Tomohon. The experiment was conducted in an area per plant cabbage in the Village Kumelembuay, Tomohon, then continued at the Laboratory of Entomology and Plant Pests UNSRAT Faculty of Agriculture. The study lasted four months, namely since january to april 2015. The study used survey method to the location in the Village Kumelembuay cabbage, Tomohon. Sampling was conducted on cabbage planting area. Land used in this study is the land that has been planted with cabbage crops by farmers. Sampling was done by using insect nets and making direct use of the hands. Sampling was conducted using an insect net sweep with five double swing on the surface of cabbage; while the decision is directly determined each block as many as 25 plants and then take larva, nymph imago insect mupun been recorded. Insects obtained collected in the bottle collection that already contains 70% alcohol. Sampling was conducted four times: two times on young plants and twice in plants that make up the crop. Insects insect (imago) is sized caught using insect nets collected dry, while for small insects or larvae and nymphs collected in a bottle of alcohol 70%. Insects found are split according to its kind later in the collection (adult insect collection of dry, whereas insects pradewasa (larvae and nymphs collected wet). The insects had been identified to determine its type. Identification carried out in the Laboratory of Entomology and Pest Plants, Faculty of Agriculture Unsrat. Small insects found preserved and included in the collection bottle containing 70% alcohol. Large insects preserved in a dry ie included in the collection box and then insects labeled. Insect identification is done using a microscope and identification be to a degree relatives by using insect identification keys. Identification conducted at the Laboratory of Entomology and Plant Pests Faculty of Agriculture of UNSRAT. The data obtained were then analyzed using descriptive and do tabulation and calculated the average population of insect pests on cabbage. 4 The results showed that the thirteen species of insects found on cabbage plants in the village Kumelembuay, four of which are pests on cabbage. The identification results show that different types of insect pests that attack cabbage plants in the village Kumelembuay are: (1) Family Pyralidae Order Lepidoptera alleged Crocidolomia pavonana (2) Family Plutellidae Order Lepidoptera suspected as Plutella xylostella (3) Family Noctuidae Order Lepidoptera that Chrysodeixix chalcites alleged funding of the Order Homoptera Aphididae Family alleged Aphis sp. The average population of insect pests on famli Pyralidae dijumpaia highest reached 65.93 tails, then tails Family Aphididae 61.56, 30.18 Plutellidae tail and tail Family Noctuidae 0.75. Besides insect pests also found other types of insects insect berifat well as natural enemies as well as newcomers. Types of predatory insects found are Coccinelidae Family, Family Labillulidae, Amili Sphecidae, Family asilidae. Family Ichneumonidae parasitoid insects are and Tachinididae, while insect migrants are Scarabidae Family and Family Erebidae. Key word : Cabbage, insect pest
PERTUMBUHAN DAN PRODUKSI BEBERAPA VARIETAS CABAI RAWIT (Capsicum frutescens L) Mamahit, Lavenia; Pongoh, Jantje; Tulungen, A.G.; Supit, Paula C.H.
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35791/cocos.v1i3.15019

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ABSTRACT      This research aims to understand growth and the production of several varieties chili ( Capsicum frutescens L ) that have been carried out in the village Kauneran One subdistrict Sonder for seven months from May until December 2015. The research used random design complete with three varieties treatment namely Taruna, Genie, and Nirmala. Variable observed that is observation age flowering, flowering plants as high, tall plant during harvest time, age harvest, with a heavy fruit, heavy of a fruit without stalk, heavy of a fruit without stalk and seeds, the number of fruit. Using data analyzed test F if there is continued influence treatment by test different real smallest ( LSD ) 5%. The results of the study obtained age flowering of a plant chili the average age flowering from to three varieties chili subjects not markedly dissimilar. Average height plants as flowering, obtained varieties taruna produce average height the highest plants followed varieties genie and the lowest are varieties niramala. Tall plant at harvest varieties taruna has the average highest and the lowest are varieties nirmala. Age harvest the fastest in varieties nirmala followed varieties genie and varieties taruna. Total with a heavy fruit, shows that varieties taruna yields heavy fruit with a highest followed varieties niramala and heavy fruit lowest are varieties genie. Total heavy of a fruit without stalk varieties taruna is the highest followed varieties nirmala lowest varieties genie. Varieties taruna total heavy of a fruit without stalk and seeds highest, followed varieties nirmala and the lowest are varieties genie. Varieties genie produce the average number of fruit highest followed varieties nirmala and the lowest varieties taruna. Based on the research has done inferred varieties taruna has tall plant and weights fruit chili the heaviest, while varieties nirmala having age flowering and the days of crop genjah, and varieties genie obtained the number of fruit most. Of the result of this research suggested can be tested back on land / embankment to get the characteristic appearance of growth and the production of more maximum between varieties. Keywords : Chili, Varieties
INVENTARISASI GULMA PADA TANAMAN JAGUNG (Zea mays L.) DATARAN TINGGI DI DESA PALELON DAN DATARAN RENDAH DI KELURAHAN KIMA ATAS Assa, Keren Selia Amy; Tumewu, Pemmy; Tulungen, Grace
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35791/cocos.v1i3.15040

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SUMMARY This research aims to inventory the weeds associated  in corn field in the highland and lowland.  This research was conducted  in two places on  corn field in the highlands at Palelon Village Distric Modoinding Regency South  Minahasa with altitude 975 metres AMSL and on corn field in at the lowlands Village Kima Atas Distric Mapanget Manado City with altitude 73 metres AMSL. Research conducted in  may to june 2016. Research used  survey method and data collection  by using the square method with make distribution of sample plots. Weeds data analysis using the formula  SDR (Summed Dominance Ratio). Observed variable that is  weed species,  number of weed, and dominance weed. The result obtained 10 weed species in the highland and 17 weed species in lowland area. The inventory results weed obtained three species of weed  highlands has SDR  value higher compared than other species  that is Paspallum conjugatum with the SDR value of each strata   (35,22 %, 38,77%,  37,66), Ageratum conyzoides with SDR value (28,99%, 30,15%, 25,89% ), Drymaria cordata with the SDR (8,8 %, 18,24%, 5,70%). While the three species of weeds lowland has SDR value higher compared  than other  species  that is Cynodon dactilon with SDR every stratum is (29,70 %, 50,24 %), Sida rhombifolia  with the SDR (12,12%,  23,69 %,  28,18 %), Calopogonium mucunoides with the SDR (2,95%, 14,29%, 29,09% ).   From the research  suggested  weed control of asteraceae family can be done mechanically, chemical by using herbicides systemic.  Poaceae can be done by mechanical or chemically. Key words : Weeds inventory, weed, weed corn field.
ANALISIS DAN PERANCANGAN APLIKASI E-LEARNING BERBASIS LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (LMS) MOODLE DI PROGRAM STUDI TEKNIK PERTANIAN UNIVERSITAS SAM RATULANGI Komendangi, Farri K.; Molenaar, R.; Lengkey, L.
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ABSTRACT Currently the teaching and learning process in the Agricultural Engineering Study Program at the University of Sam Ratulangi can said as still conventional. The learning process between students and lecturers can only be made by physical classroom meeting activities with limited time available. Moreover, if a meeting between students and lecturers not happen, then the learning process will not be able to take place. Or if a lecturer cannot come to class due to some reasons then the subject materials cannot be delivered. These lead to an inefficient learning process, because of the limitations of time and place. Therefore, to address the problems outlined above, providing a system of electronic based learning (e-learning) using LMS Moodle considered as the solution of the existing problems. E-learning is proposed as a complement to the existing conventional learning system at the Agriculture Engineering Study Prograam, Sam Ratulangi University. The purpose of this study was to analyze and design of an appropriate application of elearning learning for Agricultural Engineering Study Program at Sam Ratulangi University. The results show that the functionality of the system is able to fulfill the requirement in supporting the e-learning process. The results of the questionnaire distributed to lecturers and students suggested that more than  80% of respondents said the system is very helpful to support the learning activities, as well as more than 84% of respondents are interested in implementing the e-learning system.
KAJIAN BUDIDAYA TANAMAN PALA (Myristica fragrans Houtt) DI KABUPATEN KEPULAUAN SANGIHE Legoh, Widia L.; Kojoh, Deanne; Runtunuwu, Semuel
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35791/cocos.v1i3.14957

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ABSTRACT This study aims to determine the nutmeg crop cultivation techniques carried out by farmers in Sangihe Islands Regency. This research is a quantitative data of collection techniques using a structured questionnaire to collect data on the cultivation of nutmeg applied by farmers, from seeding to the control of pests and diseases. Farmers surveyed 150 people, divided into three sub-district in the District of West Tahuna, Manganitu and Kendahe.  Determination of farmers in every village performed by using the "purposive sampling" or intentionally sampling based on the presence or absence of inputs received assistance. The results showed that the nutmeg crop cultivation practices applied by farmers in the district of Sangihe is still not in accordance with good farming techniques, such as the preparation of seedlings, fertilization and pest control.Keywords: Study, Cultivation, Nutmeg Plant, Sangihe
PEMETAAN POTENSI PRODUKSI PADI SAWAH (Oryza sativa L.) DI KAWASAN DUMOGA KABUPATEN BOLAANG MONGONDOW DENGAN MENGGUNAKAN MODEL SIMULASI TANAMAN Kanakan, Romy; Rogi, Johanes E.X.; Supit, Paula C.H.
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ABSTRACT Dumoga area Bolaang Mongondow Regency is a region mainstay for production center largest rice fields Bolaang Mongondow Regency North Sulawesi Province, because having the condition agroklimat suitable for growth of paddy fields.  To know growth and development paddy fields in the region Dumoga Bolaang Mongondow Regency with varying conditions agroklimat can use the model simulated plants. This study attempts to determine the potential production of rice fields in the region Dumoga Bolaang Mongondow Regency using a model of paddy Shierary rice. This research be conducted in the Siniyung Village Subdistrict Dumoga, Modomang Village Subdistrict East Dumoga and Ikhwan Village Subdistrict West Dumoga Bolaang Mongondow Regency and Laboratory modeling and Ecosystems Agriculture Faculty of Sam Ratulangi University for the implementation of a simulated plants and Geographic Information System. The result show that potential production of rice fields in the Siniyung Village Subdistrict  6,53 ton ha1, Modomang Village Subdistrict East Dumoga 4,93 ton ha-1, and Ikhwan Village Subdistrict West Dumoga 4,83 ton ha-1.  Production potential highest in the Siniyung Village namely 6,53 ton ha-1 caused having radiation high namely 22,79 MJ m-2 hari-1, rainfall 269,65 mm/month, and temperature 23,84 oC.  Keywords: Rice, Potential Production 

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