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KAJIAN PENYEDIAAN BAHAN BAKU PADA INDUSTRI RUMAH ADAT MINAHASA DI DESA TOMBASIAN BAWAH Kawalo, Ivan Elther; Walangitan, Hengki D.; Tasirin, Johny S.
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35791/cocos.v3i3.32562

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ABSTRACTHumans use forest products in the form of wood to make ends meet. With the increasingdemand for wood, the community continues to strive to obtain wood in the manufacture of Minahasatraditional houses which are an economic producer. This study aims to describe the type of wood, woodsources and wood needs. The results showed that, 1) The types of wood used in the manufacture ofMinahasa traditional houses in Tombasian Bawah Village were: cempaka wood, nantu wood, red wood /pulutan. But the most widely used type of chrysolite wood. 2) The source of wood is obtained from thesurrounding forest areas in Tombasian Bawah, Tareran, Lapi, Talaitad and Suluun which are privateproperty. And the wood purchased is also private property. 3) The use of wood in the manufacture ofMinahasa traditional houses, namely: staircase, steps, beam, bottom, floor frame, floor, pillar, wallboards, doors, windows, upper beam frame, upper frame. 4) The amount of wood raw material needed tobuild a Minahasa traditional house: 1 room (7-8 m3), 2 rooms (12-17 m3) and 3 rooms (16 m3). It alldepends on the number of rooms, size, model and order.Keywords: Minahasa Traditional House. Raw Materials of Minahasa Traditional Houses
ANALISIS PENGARUH CURAH HUJAN TERHADAP EROSI PADA TANAH TANPA MULSA DAN DIBERI MULSA Tumangkeng, Tesa Gloria; Warouw, Verry R.Ch,; Mawara, Jody M.
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35791/cocos.v3i3.33172

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AbstractThe purpose of this study is to know how rainfall affects soil erosion without mulch and soil erosion with mulch treatment.It is one of the resources that play an important role in the survival of organisms. Rainfall is one of the great climatic elements thatplay a role in avalanches and erosion (sutedjo and kartasapoetra, 2002). Rainwater that falls on the earth will result in erosion ofthe soil in its path. One of the techniques for land and water conservation is that of mulsa (pratiwi, 2007). The method used in thisstudy is a secondary data analysis method. The number of data studied by as many as 34 samples through simple, linear regressionanalysis methods. Studies suggest that there is a tendency that the higher the precipitation, the more soil erosion is produced. Asfor the linrelation equation, it is Y1 = - 1304.4+ 81.411X with r efficiency = 0986 and Y2 = 58,891X - 933.26 with an r.0,985.Research obtained a value of significance by as high as,000 < 0.05; It could be concluded that the hypothesis (h1) that reads "rainfallhas a positive effect on erosion with and without any kind of mulch," is accepted. Regression coefficient effect of rainfall on erosionwith mulsa treatment is y2 = 81.411-22.5. Can be seen that the regression coefficient of dx is <001. This shows very clearly thecontrast in mulched soil erosion, its erosive drop by as much as 2.2.5 grams.Keywords: Rainfall, Mulch, Erosion.
PENGARUH PEMBERIAN PUPUK KANDANG KAMBING TERHADAP PERTUMBUHAN TANAMAN KANGKUNG DARAT (Ipomoea reptans) PADA TANAH MARGINAL Walangitan, Finidi S. B. R.; Supit, Joice M.; Kawulus, Rafli I.
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ABSTRACT This research aimed to observe the effects of distributing goat manure on marginal soils with indicators of water spinach. It was conducted in pot experiment using goat manure treatment which consist of 0 ton/acre as control, 10 ton/acre; 20 ton/acre; 30 ton/acre and Phonska 300 kg/acre. There were 2 plants per hole. Incubation period of the goat manure was 2 weeks long. This research was done in 2 month. Research method used was a Completely Randomized Design (CRD) and 3 repetitions. Variabels analyzed were plant height, number of leaves, and wet basis of water spinach. Statistical test for the tabulated data was run by using Analysis of Variance (Anova) and Least Significant Difference (LSD). The result of this research showed that goat manure treatment has no real affect on the plan height, number of leaves and wet basis of water spinach, but there is a tendency from each goat manure treatment. Keywords : Goat Manure, Kangkung Darat, Marginal Land
PERILAKU BURUNG MALEO (Macrocephalon maleo) DEWASA DI PENANGKARAN KAWASAN TAMAN NASIONAL BOGANI NANI WARTABONE Gonibala, Faldi Suhendro; Langi, Martina A.; Nurmawan, Wawan
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35791/cocos.v3i3.33181

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ABSTRACTThis study aims to study the daily behavior of adult maleo birds in captivity in the Bogani NaniWartabone National Park area. This research was conducted in December 2019. There were 6maleo birds observed consisting of 3 males and 3 females who were placed in cages covering anarea of 20x25 m2. Observations of maleo bird daily behavior were carried out for two weeks,starting at 05.30-10.00 in the morning at 12.00-14.00 and in the afternoon at 15.00-18.00observations were made directly. Each maleo bird behavior included in the observation variablewas observed at time and duration (hours). The results of this study indicate that maleo birds arediurnal birds where the behavior of maleo birds in captivity is social behavior 68.54% morningand afternoon eating behavior 20.16% and resting behavior 11.30% and behavior of femalemaleo birds in captivity. In captivity, social behavior is often done 70.20%, while eatingbehavior in the morning and afternoon is 18.30% and resting behavior is done by maleo birds atnoon and 11.50% in the afternoon.Keywords: Maleo, Daily Behavior, Bogani Nani Wartabone National Park.
KEARIFAN LOKAL DALAM SISTEM AGROFORESTRI DI KELURAHAN KAMBO KOTA PALOPO ., Ibrahim; 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.v3i3.32934

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ABSTRACT This study aims to identify the agroforestry patterns applied by the people of Kambo Village, Palopo City and describe local wisdom in the application of the agroforestry system. This research was conducted in June 2020 in Kambo Village, Palopo City, South Sulawesi. This study used a purposive sampling method by determining the criteria in selecting respondents, namely the respondent is the original community of Kambo Village, the respondent manages agroforestry land, and the respondent is a member of a farmer group Sehati. The results of research on local wisdom in the agroforestry system applied by the community in Kambo Village show that the agroforestry patterns applied by the Kambo Village community are agrisilviculture and apiculture patterns and in the application of the agroforestry system the community still maintains local wisdom that has existed and developed from generation to generation, where It can be seen in some of the activities carried out by the community, such as in seed preparation to harvesting, which still retain the knowledge passed on by their parents for a long time. Keywords : agroforestry, local wisdom. Kambo Village
PERANAN SEKTOR PERTANIAN TERHADAP PEREKONOMIAN DI KOTA BITUNG Wehantouw, Gustafito Jerskal Mexico; Porajouw, MS, Ir. Oktavianus; Taroreh, SP, MSi, Melissa L. G.
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35791/cocos.v3i3.33608

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AbstractThe research aims to identify and describe the role of the agriculturalsector in the economy in Bitung City from 2010 to 2019 and its contribution tobasic sectors. The study was conducted for 3 months from June 2020 toSeptember 2020.The type of data used in this study is secondary data obtained from theCentral Statistics Agency (BPS) of Bitung City, namely in the form of GRDP ofBitung City and North Sulawesi Province for the period 2010 to 2019. Supportingdata is in the form of other secondary data relevant to this study, namely theresults -Research results, the data obtained were analyzed descriptively andpresented in tabular form.The results showed that the contribution of the agricultural sector to theGRDP of Bitung City in 2019 was 16.6 percent, although it has decreased since2010 by 17.8 percent, but the agricultural sector still ranks second after themanufacturing sector with a contribution of 32.84 percent in in 2019. The growthof the agricultural sector, although fluctuating, tends to increase from 6.33 percentin 2012 to 9.06 percent in 2019. The LQ value of the agricultural sector, eventhough it was less than one in 2019, was 0.85, but continues to increase comparedto last year. 2010 amounted to 0.75, and the agricultural sector, especially thecapture fisheries sub-sector, is the exporting sector to other districts / cities inNorth Sulawesi Province. Based on the results of this study, it can be concludedthat the agricultural sector has an important role in the economy of Bitung City,because this sector is not only an exporting sector, especially the capture fisheriessub-sector, but also as a provider of raw materials for the processing industry inBitung City.
IDENTIFIKASI KANDUNGAN UNSUR HARA PADA LAHAN TAMBANG DESA TALAWAAN Amalia, Mutiara Putri; Kumolontang, Wiesje J. N.; Tamod, Zetly E,
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ABSTRACTNutrients of nutrients are important factors for plant growth which can belikened to food substances for plants. Plant nutrient contents of N, P, and K in themining area of Talawaan Village was studied in this research. Soil samples from threedifferent places at the mining site were taken and analyzed at the Laboratory ofChemistry and Soil Fertility. Analysis of plant available Nitrogen utilized Kjedhalmethod and plant available P and K used Bray 1 method, The findings show that theplant available nutrient of N, P and K is classified from low to very low, while soil pHof the Talawaan Village Mining area is neutral. It is suggested to increase the nutrientavailability for plants in this location by adding organic fertilizers.Keywords: Plant available nutrients, Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Potassium
HUBUNGAN ANTARA JENIS PAKAN DENGAN LEBAH MADU DI TAMAN HUTAN RAYA GUNUNG TUMPA H.V. WORANG Beanal, Peni; Frans, Terry M.; Kainde, Reynold P.
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ABSTRACTThis study aims to determine the relationship between types of feed and types of honeybees in the area of Gunung Tumpa H.V. Forest Park. Worang. The research was conducted inSeptember 2020 in the Gunung Tumpa H.V. Forest Park area. Worang. This research usespurposive sampling method. The results showed 6 (six) types of honey bees, namely Apisdorsata, Apis mellifera, Apis cerana, Apis trigona, Bombus affinis, and Bombus terestris and 18(eighteen) types of plants (forage), namely Tembelekan (Lantana camara), Banyan tree (Ficusbenjamina), African Tulip Tree (Spathodea campulata), Sirihan forest / Sentok (Piper aduncumL) Mara tree (Macaranga hispida), Aren (Arenga pinnata), Candlenut (Aleurites moluccana),Buni (Anttidesma bunius) , Take / kulawi (Arenga undu latifolia), Kenanga (Cananga odorata),Rao (Dracontomelon dao), Melinjo (Gnetum gnemon), Bugis wood (Koordersiodendronpinnatum), Lamtoro (Leucaena leucocephala), Sengon (Albizia falcataria), Manga (Mango sp),Tremam (Trema orientalis), and Guava (Syzigium sp). The most common types of honey beesare Apis dorsata and Apis melifera and the most visited species of honey bees are Aren (Arengapinnata) and Tembelekan (Lantara camara).Keywords: Relationship, Type of Feed, Types of Honey Bees, Mount Tumpa
PENGARUH PEMBERIAN PUPUK KANDANG SAPI TERHADAP PERTUMBUHAN TANAMAN PAKCOY (Brassica rapa L.) PADA LAHAN KRITIS DI KECAMATAN DUMOGA UTARA KABUPATEN BOLAANG MONGONDOW Suriantini, Ni Nyoman; M.J. Supit, Joice; Kawulusan, Rafli I.
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ABSTRACT This study aims to determine the effect of cow manure application on the growth of Pakcoy (Brassica rapa L.) on critical land in North Dumoga District, Bolaang Mongondow Regency. The study was conducted in a pot experiment with cow manure treatment consisting of 0 tons/ha as control, 15 tons/ha; 30 tons/ha; 45 tons/ha and Phonska 300 kg/ha. Number of plants per hole 2 plants. The incubation period for cow manure is 1 week. Research time for 2 months. The research method was an experiment with a completely randomized basic design (CRD) and 3 replications. The variables observed were plant height, number of leaves, and wet weight of pakcoy plants. Statistical testing for data that has been tabulated using Analysis of Diversity Fingerprint (Anova) and Analysis of the Least Significant Difference Test (BNT). The results of the study showed that the cow manure treatment had a significant effect on plant height, number of leaves and wet weight of pakcoy plants. The application of cow manure in the P3 treatment (45 tons/ha) gave the highest yield on plant height, number of leaves, and wet weight of pakcoy plants. Keywords : Cow Manure, Pakcoy, Critical Land
STRATEGI PENGELOLAAN AGROFORESTRI BERBASIS AREN DI DESA TALAITAD KECAMATAN TARERAN KABUPATEN MINAHASA SELATAN Kebrob, Jein E.; Walangitan, Hengki D.; Sumakud, Yolanda Y. M. A
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ABSTRAKPenelitian ini bertujuan untuk mendeskripsikan sistem pengelolaan lahan dengan polaagroforestri di desa Talaitad sebagai dasar pertimbangan dalam penyusunan strategipengembangan agroforestri berbasis aren yang berkelanjutan di Desa Talaitad. Metode yangdigunakan dalam penelitian adalah metode deskriptif dengan pemilihan informanmenggunakan teknik purposive sampling. Hasil penelitian menunjukan bahwa systempenggunaan lahan di Desa Talaitad dapat mendukung pengembangan industry gula arenberbasis agroforestry. Selanjutnya strategi yang dapat dilakukan adalah optimalisasi polaagroforestry dalam penyediaan kayu bakar, melalui penerapan tindakan silvikultur yangmemadai, penggunaan ruang lahan yang efektif serta pengembangan teknik pengolahan gulaaren yang lebih efisien dalam pemanfaatan energy kayu bakar.Kata Kunci: Strategi, Agroforestri, berkelanjutan.

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