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IDENTIFIKASI PENGGUNAAN LAHAN DI KECAMATAN KALAWAT DENGAN MENGGUNAKAN SISTEM INFORMASI GEOGRAFIS KABUPATEN MINAHASA UTARA Maki, Vikni Yopy; Pakasi, MSi., DR. Ir. Sandra E.; MP., Ir. Maria Montolalu,
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ABSTRACTVikni Yopy Maki. 120318032. Identification the Landuse in Kalawat, North Minahasa Regenci Using Geographic Information System Supervised by Dr.Ir. Sandra E. Pakasi, MSi and Ir. Maria Montolalu, MP.This study aims to determine the landuse in the District of Kalawat, North Minahasa Regency using Geographic Information System(GIS). The research has been conducted since October to December 2016 in Kalawat North Minahasa Regency. This research uses descriptive method consisting of field survey and overlay map. The results shows that GIS has the ability to connect various data at a certain point on earth, combine, analyze and mapping. The data to be processed in the GIS is spatial data whichis geographically oriented data that has a certain coordinate system, as reference data. There are seven types of landuse in Kalawat such as: roads, settlements, coconut plantations, mixed plantations, irrigated sawahs, fishponds and rivers. The total area of Kalawat is 3819.79 ha, which consist of Mixed plantation 3027,27 ha (79,25%), settlement 410,08 ha (10,74%), coconut plantation 239,59 ha (6,27%), irrigated rice fields 126.62 ha (3.32%) and fish farm 16,23 ha (0,42%). Kalawat has road wits length 218,72 km and length of river 35,37 km.
SERANGGA-SERANGGA yang BERASOSIASI pada TANAMAN CABAI KERITING (Capsicum annum L.) di KELURAHAN KAKASKASEN II KECAMATAN UTARA Gobel, Brigitha M.; Tairas, Robert W; Mamahit, Juliet M.E.
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ABSTRACT Chilies curly contains nutrients necessary for human health. In an effort to increase crop production curly chili farmers are often constrained by insects that exist in the land for planting chilli curls considered everything is pests and diseases. In an effort to increase crop production curly chili farmers are often constrained by insects that exist in the land for planting chilli curls considered everything is pests and diseases. This study aimed to determine the insects associated in pepper curly (C. annuum) in the Village of North Tomohon sub district Kakaskasen II and the research conducted over six months from June to November 2016. With two different planting patterns are monoculture and polyculture. The method used is descriptive quantitative method to conduct a field survey. Sampling was insect that is directly using the killing bottle containing 70% alcohol. Insects found are: Ordo Lepidoptera (Famili Noctuidae), Ordo Orthoptera (Famili Tettigoniidae), Ordo Homoptera (Familli Cicadellidae), Ordo Hemiptera (Aphididae), Ordo Coleoptera (Famili Coccinelidae, Scarabaeidae, Curculionidae dan Staphylinidae), Ordo Diptera (Famili Dolichopodidae dan Syrphidae), Ordo Hymenoptera (Famili Apidae).
POPULASI Pardosa sp. PADA HABITAT TANAMAN JAGUNG (Zea mays L.) KACANG TANAH (Arachis hypogaea), DAN TOMAT (Lycopersicum esculentum) DI KANONANG II KECAMATAN KAWANGKOAN BARAT Kasibulan, Marselina I.; Memah, Ventje; Kandowangko, Daysi
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ABSTRACTTomato plants (Lycopersicum esculentum) are very important for human health because they contain high nutritional value. Corn is the second most important commodity crop after rice. Peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) are economically the legumes are second only to soybeans. Spiders (Araneae) is a biological agent that is extremely potent in controlling insect pests in agricultural ecosystems. This research aims to study and know the population and the differences Pardosa sp. in the three habitat types, namely maize, peanuts and tomatoes.The research was done in Kawangkoan precisely in Kanonang II District West Kawangkoan ranging study was conducted in October-December 2016. At each location the garden area of research at all four corners given purpose tool trap traps for sampling, so that at the three locations the garden area there are four traps trap. So the total to trap traps is 12 pieces are used.Sampling is done once a week. Community composition of spider Pardosa sp. on each of the three types of habitat of agricultural crops that were collected there are 118 birds, which consisted of 39 tail number on average 4.87 maize, 32 head average number 4:00 in peanuts and 49 tail number on average 6:12 p tomato plants.
PENGARUH TINGKAT KEMATANGAN DAN KONSENTRASI CaCl2 TERHADAP KARAKTERISTIK FISIKOKIMIA DAN TINGKAT KESUKAAN FRENCH FRIES PISANG GOROHO (Musa acuminate L.) Utusan, Magdalena; MP., Ir. Teltje Koapaha,; MSi, Ir. Maya M. Ludong,
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AbstractThe research was aimed to determining the right level of maturity goroho bananaand concentration of CaCl2 on processing banana goroho french fries based onphysicochemical characteristics (texture, moisture content, the ash content, fat rate) andconsumer acceptance of goroho banana french fries product. This study used a factorialrandomized design with 2 factors, i.e : factor A were level of maturity goroho bananawith 3 level (80,90, and 100 days) and factor B were concentration of CaCl2 with 3 level(1%, 1.5%, and 2%). The parameters analysed were texture, moisture content, the ashcontent, fat rate and consumer acceptance including flavor, colour, smell and texture.The result of this research indicate that french fries with treatment of level 80 daysmaturity goroho banana and concentration CaCl2 1% (A1B1) had good consumeracceptance with physicochemical characteristic (texture 54.33 mm/g/second, moisturecontent 13.52%, the ash content 32.89% and fat rate 1.10%).Keyword : French fries, Goroho Banana, CaCl2
Masa Tanam Kacang Tanah (Arachis hypogaea L.) Berdasarkan Neraca Air di Kecamatan Kakas Barat Buge, Veronica Ester; Tarore, Anni E.; Lumingkewas, Adeleyda M.
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ABSRTACTPeanut is one of the plants, especially food sources of protein, carbohydrates and vitamins.Objective to determine planting peanuts (Arachis hypogaea L.) based on water balance in theDistrict of West Kakas. Materials and equipment used are secondary data of rainfall andevapotranspiration taken in Tondano Geophysics station, as well as physical data of land anduses a computer. The method used in this research is secondary data in the form of a surveymethod that includes climate data of rainfall and evapotranspiration observationsGeophysics Station Tondano Winangun obtained from BMKG station. Soil physical dataretrieval in Minahasa District Land Board. Early planting peanuts based on the criteria ofFAO, 1978 which is the first dasarian October. The results of the water balance analysisavailable planting peanut plants in the District of West Kakas which is 270 days, starting atthe beginning of the rainy season (rainfall = 0,5ETP) in dasarian I to dasarian III fromOctober to June. That it can be done three times a year planting.Key Words : Planting time, Peanut, Water Balance, Climate, Rainfall
KARAKTERISTIK ORGANOLEPTIK DAN KIMIA BAKSO IKAN MUJAIR (OREOCHROMIS MOSSAMBICUS) YANG DISUBSTITUSI DENGAN TEPUNG SAGU (METROXYLON SAGO) SEBAGAI BAHAN PENGISI R, Damopolii.; J. R, Assa.; J, Kandou
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ABSTRACTThe purpose of this study was to determine the effect of substitution of sago flour to the organoleptic and chemical characteristics of tilapia fish meatballs and to determine the ratio of sago flour and tapioca flour accurate and preferred by consumers as a filler of tilapia fish meatballs material. This study uses a completely randomized design (CRD) with 5 treatments, 50% of sago flour : 50% of tapioca flour, 60% of sago flour : 40% of tapioca flour, 70% of sago flour : 30% of tapioca flour, 80% of sago flour : 20 % tapioca flour, 90% of sago flour : 10% of tapioca flour. The results showed all the organoleptic treatment tilapia fish meatballs with a mixture of sago flour and tapioca flour for flavor has an average value of 3.84 (like), aroma 3.84 (like) and the texture of 3.72 (like), preferably panelists. In the protein test tilapia fish meatballs highest of treatment E 90% of sago flour and 10% of tapioca flour is 10.63%.Keywords : Tilapia fish meatballs, sago flour, tapioca flour
PEMANFAATAN TEPUNG KIMPUL (XANTHOSOMA SAGITTIFOLIUM) DAN TEPUNG TAPIOKA PADA PEMBUATAN BISKUIT Tidore, Yeffy; Mamuaja, MS., Dr.Ir. Christine F.; MP., Ir. Teltje Koapaha,
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AbstractUTILIZATION OF FLOUR CONTROL (Xanthosoma sagittifolium) AND TAPIOCA FLOUR IN BISCUITS MAKINGUtilization of kimpul flour and tapioca flour in the processing of various cakes can reach 100%, depending on the product to be produced. Biscuits are one snack or a snack that is widely consumed by people, and generally contain carbohydrates, protein and fat. The purpose of this research is to know the consumer acceptance level in term of color, odor, taste and crispness and to obtain proximate composition, calorific value and also determine the best formulation for biscuit making. This research was conducted for three months (November 2016 - januari 2017) in Food science laboratory of Agriculture Faculty. Sam Ratulangi University Manado. This research used completely randomized design method (RAL). The result showed that the research was the most preferred treatment that promical that the most prefred biscuits in term of: aroma, color, flavor, and crispness, namely the treatment of 30% kimpul flour and 70% tapioca flour, with chemical composition of water of wash, ash, protein, fat, carbohydrate and calories were 2.97%, 1.56%, 6.69%, 17.21%, 71.56% and 467.89 ccal, respectively.Keywords: Biscuits, Flour, Kimpul, Tapioca
SERANGAN HAMA PENGGEREK BATANG CENGKEH Hexamithodera semivelutina Hell. DI DESA KUMELEMBUAI KABUPATEN MINAHASA SELATAN Tumanduk, Gladys M.; Pinaria, Betsy A.N.; Salaki, Christina L.
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ABSTRACKCloves (Syzigium aromaticum. L) is a cash crop that has a high economic value in Indonesia. One type of plant pests that attack plants clove is the clove stem borer (H. semivelutina).The study aims to determine the clove stem borer attack in the village of Kumelembuai. The research was carried on in the village Kumelembuai for 3 months from October to December 2016. The research was conducted by survey method. Samples were observed total 15 trees randomly selected plants. Observations were made 2 weeks for 3 months. Things are observed number of trees and the number of hoist stem borer are active and which are inactive and the percentage of stem borer attack cloves begin the first observations until the sixth observation. The results showed there were 13 trees affected with 55 holes hoist pests which are no longer active in the garden Wukir, in the garden there are 11 trees affected Maruasey and 43 holes that are no longer active. The highest percentage of attacks seen in the garden Wukir by 73.33% compared with the number of attacks in the garden Maruasey percentage with 33.33% total percentage of attacks.
SURVEI PENGGUNAAN FORMALIN DAN BORAKS PADA PEDAGANG BAKSO TUSUK DI SEKOLAH DASAR KECAMATAN WENANG DAN KECAMATAN MALALAYANG Kaligis, Pricilya A.M.; Langi, MSi, Ir. Tineke M.; Tuju, MSi., Ir. Thelma D.J.
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ABSTRACTThe purpose of this study to analyze content of formaldehyde and borax in meatballs skewers sold by vendors in elementary school (SD) in the district and sub-district Wenang Malalayang. This study uses a survey of merchant / seller meatball skewers in elementary school (SD) and the District Subdistrict Wenang Malalayang about the use of formaldehyde and borax. The results showed that not found the use of borax and formaldehyde in the meatball skewers are sold in 29 schools in the district and sub-district Wenang Malalayang Manado.Keyword : survey of traders meatball skewers, formaldehyde and borax
JENIS DAN POPULASI LALAT BUAH Bactrocera spp. (DIPTERA : TEPHRITIDAE) BERDASARKAN WAKTU TANGKAP PADA AREAL TANAMAN CABAI MERAH DI KOTA TOMOHON Manangka, Jantje H.; Salaki, MS., Prof.Dr.Ir. Christina L.; Rante, MS, Ir. Caroulus S.
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ABSTRACTThis study aims to determine the species and population of fruit flies Bactrocera spp. based on different catch time in red chili area at village of Kakaskasen II, Tomohon Utara Subdistrict, Tomohon City. The design used was Randomized Block Design (RBD) which consisted of three treatment time of catching that is treatment A, time period of catch at06.00-12.00; Treatment B, the catch time period at 12.01-18.00, and treatment C, the catch time period at 19.01-05.00. The type of fruit fly is identified to the species level. The population of fruit flies collected were analyzed by analysis of variance (ANOVA) and if the treatment obtained was significantly different then it would be followed by BNJ test.The results showed that the types of fruit flies caught using steiner type traps with methyl eugenol attractants based on the treatment of catch time during observations 1 to 4 in the chili plant area were seven species, namely Bactrocera dorsalis (Hendel), Bactrocera umbrosa (Fabricius), Bactrocera Papayae Drew & Hancock, Bactrocera synnephes (Hendel), Bactrocera carambolae (Drew & Hancock), Bactrocera Facialis (Coquillet)), and Bactrocera sp. The catch time for the highest number of trapped fruit flies is found at the treatment at 06.00-12.00 and12.01-18.00.Key words: Fruit Fly Types, Methyl Eugenol (Petrogenol), Catch Time

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