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STRUKTUR PENDAPATAN MASYARAKAT YANG TINGGAL DI DAERAH PINGGIRAN KOTA TONDANO Manangkot, Menhard R.; Laoh, Olly Esry; Loho, Agnes E.
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ABSTRACTMenhard Richard Manangkot, Revenue structure of society which Living in SuburbanAreas Tondano under guidance of Esry .O. Laoh as Chairman and Agnes. E. Loho asmemberThe purpose of this study is to examine the structure of the income of people living inrural areas of Tondano and see how much additional revenue earned from the people whowork outside the agricultural sector. The results showed that the percentage of the incomestructure of the people living in the suburbs Tondano namely agriculture (42.5%), services(30%), PNS / private sector employees (17.5%) and Trade / point (10%). The family incomesuburban areas Tondano 62.36% came from non-agricultural sector and agricultural sector37.64%. For that extra income from non-agricultural sector by 12, 36%.
PERANAN PENGGUNAAN LAHANDI AREA TANGKAPAN SUNGAI SUNGEAN TERHADAP EUTROFIKASI DANAU TONDANO Lumingkewas, Santi .; Rombang, Johan A.; Kalangi, Josephus I.; Saroinsong, Fabiola B.
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ABSTRACTEutrofication is one of the water pollution that caused by the increase ofthe consentrate of nutrient. This research studied conducted in catchment area ofSungean river sub DAS Noongan, Kab. Minahasa. The objective of this studywere to quantify the eutrofication’s rapid, in this case the value of Nitrogen andFosfor that caused by any land uses in catchment area of Sungean river sub DASNoongan.This research studied was done by taking the sample of water andquantifying water discharge in some point which had been chosen alongcatchment area of Sungean river that represent various land use. Then theconcentrate of N and P in water sample was analyzed in BARISTAND laboratory.Then the data of N and P That transported from each land uses, was analyzed instatistic with using Randomized Block Design (RBD) and spatial analisis(arcview).The result of research study showed that, each land uses gave effect tothe increase of lake eutrofication. Were in Tondano Lake from Sungean river forN was about 467,1076 mg/day and P was about 5,961849 mg/day. The biggestcontribution of N and P was from residential area, it was 464,2352 mg day-1 ha-1dan 5,961849 mg day-1 ha-1.Keywords : Eutrofikasi, Nutrient, River Of Sungean, Landuse
Persepsi Petani Sayuran Dataran Tinggi terhadap Pupuk Organik di Kelurahan Rurukan Kecamatan Tomohon Timur Perangin-Angin, Jefianty O.; Porajouw, Oktavianus; Tuyuwale, Johny A.; Pakasi, Caroline B.D.
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ABSTRACTJefianty Oktaria Perangin - angin. Perceptions of the Highlands Vegetable FarmersOrganic Fertilizer in Rurukan Vilage Sub District East Tomohon. Under the guidanceOctavianus Porajouw as chairman, and Johnny A. Tuyuwale and Caroline B.D.Pakasi as members.The objective of the study is to determine perceptions of highland vegetable farmersto organic fertilizer. This study uses primary data and secondary data. The primary dataobtained through interviews with farmers based on a list of questions (questionnaire), whilethe secondary data obtained from the format of the report profiles the village, Village officeRurukan. Data analysis method used in this research is descriptive, by calculating theaverage score of each answer given by the respondent.The results was this study indicate that the perception of farmers on organicfertilizer in Sub Rurukan still not good. This is due to the high level of complexity to obtainorganic fertilizer, organic fertilizer is also less cumbersome than inorganic fertilizers, aswell as the selling prices of vegetables using organic fertilizer that was low also becausefarmers in Rurukan was not obtained organic vegetables certified.Based on these results, it can be concluded that highland vegetable farmers'perceptions towards organic fertilizers are still lacking, so many farmers are using organicfertilizers into reuse of inorganic fertilizers. Hence the need for further dissemination of thelocal government, to provide counseling about the benefits and advantages of the use oforganic fertilizers. The government should also pay more attention to the needs of farmersin the use of organic fertilizers, so that farmers can apply organic fertilizer at maximumlevel.
Analisis Margin Pemasaran Wortel Pada Kelompok Tani Marawis Di Kelurahan Rurukan Kecamatan Tomohon Timur Sumampow, Meify C.; Talumingan, Celcius; Benu, Olvie L.S.; Tangkere, Ellen G.
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Sumampow Meify, Analysis of Carrot Marketing Margin Of Maramis Farmer’s Group At Rurukan village, East Tomohon Subdistrict, Chariman Under Guidance Of C. Talumingan As, And Benu. O.L.S., Ellen Tangkere As membersThe objective Of The research in to find out how much margin marketing and farmer share in marketing channels in urban MarawisRurukan. Data obtained by interview using the questionnaire as a tool in data collection. 20 respondents of farmer sampling, done in purposive sampling (intentional) while 3 respondents traders and retailers 3 respondents, done in Snowball sampling. Analysis of the data used is descriptive to portray the existing marketing channels and continue with the analysis of marketing margins and farmer share.Based on the results of research in urban Rurukan earned marketing channel model as follows:Farmers Collectic trader Retailer Trader ConsumerThe research result Indicated that margin at the level that is equal Rp.7.000 traders or 56.75%, margin is formed from the difference between the sales price of carrots at the collectors and the sale price of carrots at the farmer level. This is because traders bear the cost of labor, transportation and others. Profit earned by middlemen Rp. 2250 or 18.24%. Then the carrots for sale at retailers establish margin was Rp. 6583 or 53.37% margin was formed from the difference between the sales price and the selling price retailers carrots collector. Price carrots were sold to the final consumer is Rp. 12.333/kg.Based on farmers' marketing channel occurs. it can be concluded that the farmer share received by farmers was equal to 20.27%. This is due to non-2institution Due formed marketing in the marketing process carrots, wherein eachmarketing agencies to gain advantage in the marketing process plant carrots.This study shows that the marketing margin traders to retailers amountedto Rp 7.000, the marketing margin of retailers to consumers amounting to Rp6.583, so that the marketing margin from producers to consumers is equal to13.583. in marketing channels is part farmer farmers share the received was2027%. Therefore, it is need an effort to strengthen the bargaining position offarmers,to incraese the farmer’s share.
KAJIAN PEMBUATAN BERAS ANALOG BERBASIS TEPUNG UMBI DALUGA (Cyrtosperma merkusii (Hassk) Schott) Lumba, Ronal; Mamuaja, Christine F.; Djarkasi, Gregoria S. S.; Sumual, Maria F.
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ABSTRACTDaluga (Cyrtosperma merkusii Hassk) Schott is one type of plant tubers that have a highcarbohydrate content, but its use is limited because of limited tecnohologi owned by the public.Analog Rice is one of the solutions can be developed either in terms of the use of a new food source orto diversify food. The research objective is to get the right concentration of CMC in the manufactureof analog rice flour daluga bulbs. The first phase of the treatment of the old flour soaking slicedtubers daluga the pristine 1 % NaCl solution for 60 and 120 minutes. Further analysis of oxalic acid,oxalic acid treatment followed pads low second stage of rice manufacturing are analog to thetreatment CMC concentration addition. Treatment A = (100% flour daluga : 0% CMC), B = (99.6%flour daluga : 0.4% CMC), C = (99.2% flour daluga: 0.8% CMC), D = (98.8% flour daluga : CMC1.2%), E = (98.4% flour daluga : 1.6% CMC). Organoleptic test results, treatment was continuedwith an analysis of selected physical and chemical properties. Results for flour daluga an average of0.35-0.52% oxalic acid content and chemical composition of the water content of 11.97%, ash contentof 2.4%, 0.89% fat content, protein content 1.11% and carbohydrates conten of 83, 65. Analog Forrice, the chosen treatment CMC concentrations are treatment B = (99.6% flour daluga: 0.4% CMC).nalisis With the results of physical and chemical properties of the analog rice yield 53.52%, colorsrice 70% , 43%, 179.96% water absorption, rehydration time of 7 minutes, water content 7.88%, ashcontent of 2.6%, 5.42% fat content, protein content 0.66%, and carbohydrates conten of 83, 44%.Keywords: Bulbs daluga, oksalate, analog rice, food security
KONTRIBUSI KERJA WANITA DALAM KELUARGA PETANI AREN DI DESA RAMBUNAN DAN SAWANGAN KECAMATAN SONDER Momuat, Selvie Martha; Rantung, Ventje V.; Wangke, Wilson M.; Ngangi, Charles R.
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ABSTRACTThis study aims to determine the contribution of working women in palm sugar farm inthe village of Rambunan and Sawangan Sonder subdistrict. Implementation lasts longer than 3(three) months from May 2012 to July 2012 in the Rambunan and Sawangan VillageSubdisttrict of Sonder Minahasa District. The sample collecting by purposive sampling with thenumber of respond is 40 women farmer. Data were analyzed descriptively and are presented intabular form.The results of this research showed the contribution of working women in the palm sugarfarming family in the Rambunan and Sawangan village more devoted to work in farming thanoutside of farming. This is evident from the percentage of total working time of women infarming palm sugar in those villages which shows the results greater than jobs outside palmsugar farm.Based on an average flow of time and the percentage of women working in farming palmsugar obtained showed the greatest results, the contribution of the highest female labor in palmsugar farms in the Rambunan and Sawangan village is the sales activities (print sugar).Contribution of working woman in palm sugar farming activities in the rambunan andsawangan is the filtering activities with average of time obtained from the event shows thesmallest results.Suggested considering women workers in palm sugar farming give contributes largeenough, Processing of farm products more developed (variable) to increase farm family incomeand be able to utilize labor from outside the family, so the women farmers with her family willalso be increased. Needs to be continue, especially regarding the effect of contribution of theworking women to farm families income.
PRODUKSI BIOETANOL DARI SINGKONG (Manihot utilissima) DENGAN SKALA LABORATORIUM Mailool, Jhiro Christian; Molenaar, Robert .; Tooy, Dedie .; Longdong, Ireine A.
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ABSTRACTThis research aims to study techniques bioethanol production from cassava to produce ethanol from cassava and determines the quality of the bioethanol produced by analyzing the ethanol content and pH as well as knowing the yield of bioethanol produced from the process is used. The results have been known to a variety of constraints in the production process from raw material storage, fermentation and distillation that can affect the end result in obtaining bioethanol from cassava. By using 5 kg of cassava feedstock with 3 times distillation process which has produced 215 ml of ethanol to 53% ethanol content and pH 6.902; 185 ml of ethanol to 74% ethanol content and pH 6.927, and 130 ml ethanol with 49% ethanol content and pH 6.573.Keywords: Bioethanol.
ANALISIS PENDAPATAN USAHA TANI NENAS DI DESA LOBONG KECAMATAN PASSI BARAT KABUPATEN BOLAANG MONGONDOW Maarende, Seplianto; Pakasi, Caroline B.D.; Mandei, Juliana
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ABSRACTSEPLIANTO MAARENDE, Analysis Income of Pineapple Farm In LobongPakasi as chairman and Celsius Talumingan and Juliana Mandei as member.This study aims to determine how much income and expense requiredpineapple farming. This research is expected to benefit the pineapple farmers toincrease earned income and be able to manage with a pineapple farm better andcan provide benefits in the form of information for farmers and those who need it.This study was conducted in Bolaang Mongondow with data retrievaldirectly from farmers in the village of pineapples Lobong Bolaang Mongondow.The data is then analyzed using analysis revenue analysis followed by analysis ofReturn Cost Ratio (Return R / C), known as the ratio between the total cost ofproduction revenue.Pineapple farm income calculation is done in stages five times the harvest.With a total cost of Rp Rp. 18.922.000 with total revenue of Rp. 30.387.000.Pinapple farmer earn incomes of Rp. 11. 465.500 for every harvest period, each inevery hectare. Results of these calculations can be conclude that the pineapplefarm in the village of Lobong Bolaang Mongondow feasible to run because it isgenerally very favorable for obtaining the value of R / C of 1.60. It means every 1rupiah cost given by farmer can produce 1,60 income. These shows that pinapplefarming in Lobong Village have economic advantages.Village of Bolaang Mongondow Regency under the guidance of Caroline B.D.
MOBILITAS PENDUDUK MISKIN DI DESA TOUURE KECAMATAN TOMPASO KABUPATEN MINAHASA Dunda, Azief Putra; Wangke, Welson M.; Sendow, Martha M.; Talumingan, Celsius
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ABSTRACTAZIEF PUTRA DUNDA. Poor in Rural Population Mobility Touure TompasoMinahasa District with Supervisor Ir. Welson M. Wangke, MS as Chairman,Dra. Martha M. Sendow, Msi and Ir. Celsius Talumingan, MP as a Member.This study was aimed to determine the relationship of the mobility levelbetween poor and poverty people in sub Village Touure Tompaso Minahasaregency.This study was done for three months, beginning in August to October2012 in Touure Village, Tompaso District, Minahasa regency. The data wereconsist of primary and secondary data. The first data were obtained byinterviewing the respondents and the second were obtained from the CentralStatistics Office and District Tompaso. Respondents totaling 60 people chosen atrandom by using Simple Random Sampling.This research was shown that the mobility level is low and made bothends meet in Village Touure. The test resultsusing Chi-Square analysis shownthat there are relationship between the mobility level and poverty where thepoverty rate is low or not a personis poor then performeda high level of mobility.On the contrary that the poor people were low in mobility level.Residents who has a job outside the village have high mobility, becauseof the mobility for working. While the villagers who have low mobility only worksas a farmer, although there is a desire to make mobility out of the village to get abetter job, but from an economic standpoint is not possible to perform mobilityout of the village.
PEMANFAATAN PATI TACCA (TACCA LEONTOPETALOIDES) PADA PEMBUATAN BISKUIT Aatjin, Alfianz Z.; Lelemboto, M. B.; Koapaha, Teltje; Mamahit, Lexie P.
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ABSTRAKTacca (Tacca leontopetaloides) merupakan salah satu jenis tumbuhan berbunga yangmasih termasuk kedalam keluarga talas-talasan. Umbi dari Tacca (Tacca Leontopetaloides)ini tidak dapat langsung dikonsumsi karena adanya senyawa rasa pahit yang terdapat padaumbi. Senyawa yang pahit ini dapat dihilangkan dengan merendam umbi Tacca dalam airtawar. Hasil penelitian untuk kandungan kimia pati Tacca yaitu protein 6,25%, lemak 0,35%,kadar air 16,96%, kadar abu 1,37, karbohidrat 74,8%, pati 66,65%, amilosa 22,77%,amilopektin 43,88%. Sekarang ini pengembangan umbi Tacca masih sangat terbatas. Biskuitmerupakan salah satu bentuk solusi yang dapat dikembangkan baik dalam hal penggunaansumber pangan baru ataupun untuk penganekaragaman pangan. Tujuan penelitian iniadalah untuk mendapatkan jumlah pati Tacca yang tepat dalam pembuatan biskuit yangmemiliki sifat sensoris yang disukai panelis dan untuk menghitung kandungan energi biskuitterbaik dari hasil substitusi pati Tacca dan tepung terigu. Tahap pertama mengekstrak patidari umbi Tacca dan tahap kedua pembuatan biskuit dengan perlakuan subtitusi pati Taccadengan tepung terigu. Perlakuan yang dilakukan yaitu menggunakan pati Tacca 100%,konsentrasi pati Tacca 75% dan tepung terigu 25%, konsentrasi pati Tacca 50% dan tepungterigu 50%, konsentrasi pati Tacca 25% dan tepung terigu 75%, menggunakan tepung terigu100%. Hasil uji organoleptik, perlakuan terpilih dilanjutkan dengan analisis kandungankimia yaitu konsentrasi pati Tacca 75% dan tepung terigu 25% dengan komposisi kimia biskuityaitu kadar abu 1,6% , kadar air 3,40%, kadar lemak 19,54%, kadar protein 10,85%,kadar karbohidrat 63,89%, kalori 474,82 Kal.Kata kunci: Umbi Tacca, pati Tacca, biscuit.

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