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PEMANFAATAN HASIL HUTAN BUKAN KAYU OLEH MASYARAKAT SEKITAR HUTAN DESA MINANGA III KABUPATEN MINAHASA TENGGARA Kendek, Christien N.; Tasirin, Johny S.; Kainde, Reynold P.; Kalangi, Josephus I.
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ABSTRACTThe utilization of the non-timber forest crop by the people who are living in the forest area, was studied. Interview by giving samples to as many as 30 people, which has been taken from the overall population 95 families.This research was done on November to december 2011. The result was indicating that the rest of minor societies around 20% are depending their life on the non timber forest crop.First, some of them are the roof maker by using the palm tree leaves as the row material, second some of them are the traditional medicines (herbs) maker by using plants or trees in the forest as ingredients. Third some of them are the wood fishing such as : crabs, shells, and stream fishes.Non-timber forest crop that provide the greatest revenue is income from crab seekers which can give an income of Rp 47,160,000/year. As for the whole, the value of the economic benefit of non-timber forest crop to the local community is rp 83,855,000/year obtained from the utilization of Nypa fruticans and foodstuff as such as shells, crabs and stream fishes.The Key Words: Non Timber Crop, Questioner Catalogue, Samples, Palm Trees, Wood Fishes.
KARAKTERISTIK FISIKOKIMIA DAN SENSORIS FLAKES BERBAHAN BAKU TEPUNG JAGUNG (ZEA MAYS L), TEPUNG PISANG GOROHO (MUSA ACUMINAFE,SP) DAN TEPUNG KACANG HIJAU (PHASEOLUS RADIATES) Papunas, Meini E.; Djarkasi, Gregoria S.S.; Moningka, Judith C.
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ABSTRACTDiversification program conducted by utilizing local food through improved processingtechnology to produce food products. In North Sulawesi, banana goroho a typical localfood, corn is a commodity Manado yellow, and green beans are a source of protein. Thisstudy aims to determine the formulation flakes with corn flour mixture ratio, gorohobanana flour and green bean flour consumers receive. And analyzing the physicochemicalproperties and sensory flakes. This research was conducted at the Laboratory of Foodscience for 3 months. This study uses a completely randomized design with treatmentconcentration ratio mixing cornmeal, flour goroho bananas, green beans and flour.Mixing corn flour 60%, 35% goroho banana flour, mung bean flour 5% is the bestformulation of fisikomia properties and sensory properties. With endurance timecrispness in milk for 4 minutes 47 seconds and the chemical composition of the watercontent of 1.7%, 1.55% ash, 6.59% protein, 3.38% fat, 80.1% carbohydrate. Organoleptictest results show that the resulting flakes can be accepted by consumers of the parametersof taste, flavor, color, and crispness.
Efisiensi Pengunaan Faktor-faktor produksi Pada Usahatani Brokoli Dikelurahan Kakaskasen Kecamatan Tomohon Utara Kota Tomohon Tuwongkesong, Christy P.; Mandey, Juliana R.; Kaunang, Rine; Tangkere, Ellen G.
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ABSTRACTThe objective of this research is to analyze the efficiency of production factor use of Broccoli farming. Aims to analyze the efficiency the use of production factors of in broccoli farming. This study was conducted in Kakaskasen for five months, starting from October until February, 2013. This study has been conducted on all existing broccoli farmers in Kakaskasen village. Datais analyzed by using descriptive analysis, to describe the characteristics of broccoli farmers and characteristics broccoli farm, and regression analysis with cobb-douglas production function to describe the relationship between the production of broccoli with the factors of production. Analyses were performed by using Minitab 16 program. Economic efficiency of each factors of production can be seen from the ratio of the value of the marginal product of an input X1with the input prices.The results showed that an average area of land cultivated by 0.41 Ha, the average utilization of 0.118 kg/ha, the average utilization of manure by 493.83 kg/ha, the average usage of 198.33 kg/ha NPK, average The average use of urea fertilizer was 207.08 kg/ha and the average utilization of 70.93 person-days of labor per ha. Technically efficient use of seed production factor, labor, manure and NPK fertilizer was efficient and the use of production factors land area is still not efficient, while the use of factors of production was not efficient. Economically, the use of factors of production land, labor seeds, manure and NPK fertilizer still yet efficient, while the use of factors of production and urea fertilizer not efficient.To increase the production of land can still be used. In addition, the use of urea fertilizer should be reduced because their use was excessive.
DISTRIBUSI PENDAPATAN PETANI KACANG MERAH DI DESA SENDANGAN KECAMATAN TOMPASO Warouw, Annabel M.; Ruauw, Eyverson; Porajouw, Octavianus; Baroleh, Jenny
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ABSTRACTThe national income distribution reflects the equal or unequal distribution of the development result of the populations in a country. The purpose of this research is to calculate and to compare the basic income distribution with other incomes of the farmers. This research uses the primary data and secondary data with 30 farmers respondens.The result of the research shows that the Gini Coeficient in the research area is 0, 3943 for the basic income and 0, 3008 for the basic income with other incomes. Paying attention to the Gini Coeficient, means that the unequal income or the uneven income in the research area belongs to the moderate and low unequality.Based of Gini Coeficient, distribution income more equal in basic income with other income than just basic income. It means the other income more in the farmers at low income and middle income. Because of that suggested for the farmer specially in low income group to increase their income from other income another their basic income (red been farm).
GROUND IMPROVEMENT TEST CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF GOLD MINE USED BY USING SOME KIND OF COMPOST Kosho, Frengky F.; Tamod, Zetly; Rondonuwu, Jenny; Kumolontang, Wiesje
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ABSTRACT The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of compost on land mined gold and knowing which one is the best type of compost to the early growth of the plant jackfruit. This research used Completely Randomized Design (CRD) factorial with 2 faktoral namely Factor A: types of compost with three levels while the B factors and three levels of fertilization and repeated 3 times so have 27 pot experiment. The results composting on mined land can improve soil chemical properties in this case the addition of the nutrients N, P, K and C-organic. Nutrient content of compost can be seen that the highest N content contained in compostable materials made of peanuts is 0.8%. While the highest available P in compost bins gamal is 16.79 ppm, the highest available K in compost market is 55.3 ppm and C-gamal organic compost is the highest at 9.11%. Jackfruit plant growth height and number of leaves both the best in the mined soil compost bins given market.
ANALISIS SIFAT FISIK DAN KIMIA BUAH SALAK PANGU (SALACCA ZALACCA) DENGAN PELILINAN SELAMA PENYIMPANAN Manurung, Vina H.; Djarkasi, Gregoria S.S.; Langi, Tineke M.; Lalujan, Lana E.
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ABSTRACT The purpose of this research was to analyze the physic?s changing and chemistry?s changing of snake fruit that saved in normal temperature and covered by wax. This research was done in laboratory in agriculture technology ± 4 months. This research was using random design complete factorial by mixing wax emulsion and storage time. A treatment ( mixing ratio ) A1 : 1 (wax) : 2 (air), A2 : 1 (wax) : 4 (water), A3 : 1 (wax) : 6 (water) and B treatment (storage time), B1 : 0 day, B2 : 3days, B3 : 6 days, B4 : 9 days, that saved in normal temperature. Then, doing physic analyze such as texture, weight, brightness. And chemical analyze such as sucrose, acidity, water content. The result of this research was shown the worst texture of snake fruit which saved in normal temperature until the nine days was in ratio 1 : 4 ( 5,21 kg) and the highest in ratio 1 : 2 (6,34 kg). the highest weight was in ratio 1 : 4 (67,67%) and the lowest weight was in ratio 1 : 6 (51%). The highest brightness was in ratio 1:6 (29,88%) and he lowest brightness was in ratio 1 : 4 ( 29,35%). The highest of sucrose was in ratio 1:2 (14,16%) and the lowest of sucrose was in ratio 1 : 4 (13,33%). The highest acidity was in ratio 1 : 4 (12,33%), and the lowest acidity was in ratio 1 : 2 (11,8%). The highest water content was in ratio 1 : 4 (43,33%) and the lowest water content was in ratio 1 : 6 (43,01%). Thus, the snake fruit which waxed with ratio 1:4 in 9 days storage showed the best quality. Key Word : snake fruit, storage, waxing
PENGARUH PRODUKSI TANAMAN PANGAN TERHADAP INDEKS HARGA PANGAN DI KOTA MANADO Manaida, Sylvia S; Laoh, Esry O.H.; Benu, Olfie L.S.; Dumais, Joachim N.K.
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ABSTRACTThe objective of this study in to determine the effect to Crop Production OfFood Price Index in Manado this study uses secondary data. The data used is obtainedfrom the Office of the Central Bureau of Statistics of North Sulawesi Province, in theform of time series data. Analysis of data using multiple linear regressi on models toexamine the relationship between production of food crops, with food price indeks inManado city.The results of research showed that the effect of Crop Production Of Food PriceIndex in Manado City is influenced by two variables, the production of food crops inthe city of Manado and food crop production in North Sulawesi Province outside ofthe city of Manado.Based on regression analysis, it can be concluded that the F-value equal to 2,07with a significant level of 0,197 which means the production of food crops in the cityof Manado and food crop production in North Sulawesi city of Manado out jointlysignificant effect on food price index. Determinant coefficient ( ) of 0,521 indicatedthat 52.1% of food price index is affected by the variables the production of foodcrops in the city of Manado and food crop production in North Sulawesi Provinceoutside of the city of Manado. Regression coefficient for the variable crop productionin the city of Manado was positive it means that the variable is 0,07058 cropproduction in Manado City but had a significant effect on food price index withP=0,092, but the regression coefficient for the variable crop production in NorthSulawesi Province outside of the city of Manado -0,0003927 was negative whichmeans variable crop production in North Sulawesi Province outside of the city ofManado had a significant effect on food price index in the city of Manado withP=0,090.
ALIRAN PERMUKAAN PADA TEKNIK KONSERVASI TANAH GULUDAN DI KELURAHAN RURUKAN KECAMATAN TOMOHON TIMUR Sibua, Cindy S.; Kamagi, Yani; Montolalu, Maria; Kumolontang, Wiesje
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ABSTRACTAt Rurukan sub-district dry farming agricultural a large part contrived on region gets to bevel. On runoff scarp will happen faster, it because rainwater which falls will be adrift at presto surface soil, so water chance for turns in at earth as laconic and make infiltration capacity become little. Therefore needs to be done by soil conservation action as makings of terrace for earth preservation. There is aim even of this research which is to know big runoff on barrackterrace and traditional barrackon about carrot plant at Rurukan sub-district. This research doing to utilize fairish little slot method 11x4 meter. Downloading is done begin over carrot until crop instilling, data then described by descriptive point out observational result that runoff on barrackterrace slot which is 0,14 m 3 / barrackslot and slot traditional as big as 0,00 m 3 /slot.Key word: Runoff, Terrace, Compost, Rurukan
Kajian Partisipasi dan Kelayakan Usaha Persemaian Jabon Merah (Anthocephalus macropyllus) (Studi Kasus Kelompok Tani Tunas Karumama Desa Tangkunei, Minahasa Selatan) Sirajudin, Nurhasni; Walangitan, Hengky D.; Lasut, Marthen Th.; Sumakud, Maria Y.M.A.
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ABSTRACTThe purpose of this research are analyzing the level of members group participation, determining business impact to increase in household economy and analyzing the financial of nursery red Jabon of farmer group Tunas Karumama. This research was done in Tangkunei Village South Minahasa in April 2013. Data were collected using observation and census techniques, the analyzing of participation was using the Spearman Rank correlation and financial analysis of business use the B / C ratio. Descriptive analysis shows that the level of respondents participation 66.67 % was high participation, 23.81 % was moderate participation and Low participation was 9.52 %. The level of participation influenced by education. The economic aspect, activity of nursery was not increasing the household income. The results of analysis financial was using analysis of B / C Ratio value obtained 1,86 > 1,00. Financially this nursery was feasible.Key words : Education, Participation, Feasibility Of Businesses, Identity of Respondents.
Kajian potensi Lahan dan Prospek Pengembangan Beberapa Komoditas Pertanian di dataran Tinggi Napu Kabupaten Poso Mondolu, Budi Utomo; Rogi, Johannes E.X.; Rombang, Johan
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SUMMARY IDevelopment of the agricultural sector in the Highlands Napu based on the potentialand prospects of the development of agricultural land is not maxiEized, becausemanagement saw the pot"ntiut of less farm land but only at thE prospect ofcommodities so that the land does not produce potentially imposed on certaincommodities. The management of other agricultural land but only saw the potential ofnot reviewing the outlook for the market may lead to difficult for farrners to markettheir production land. Relationship potential and prospects of the development ofagricultural land can affect the production of several agricultural commodities.Potential development of land in accordance with the production of agriculturalcommodities will increase the prospects of better agricultural development. Thepurpose of this study is to assess the potential of land and development prospectsAgriculture of some commodities in the Highlands Nup,r, Poso district.Research methodology used is the field of survey research methods andlaboratory analysis methods as well as analysis of agricultural commodity 4. Potentialassessed land based on field survey equipped with GPS and use of laboratory analysisof the primary data and then analyzed with analysis consisted of location LocationQuotien (LQ); quotients Localization (LO) and quotients Specialization (KS) usingsecondary data obrtained from some institutions associated with research. Analysis ofthe prospects for agricultural development consisting of paddy rice, maize, cabbageand tomatoes using analysis of supply (production trend and the trend of land area),and the Economic Analysis (the ratio of R / C) Z 1.The results showed that agricultural land Plateau Napu Poso production anddevelopment prospects of agricultural commodities is less than optimal because it hasa land suitability class 52 and 53. Paddy rice, maizg cabbage and tomatoes can yieldoptimal production if done countermeasures limiting factors of agricultural landsuitability. Based on land unit No. I and II prospected best value is on tomatoescommodity, land unit No. I1 and III prospected best value on cabbage commodity,land unit No. IV, V, V[, VII prospected best value on Paddy rice commodity. Maizecommodities has been inconstant value from more land unit. Maize commodities hasbeen to be a support for others commodity. From this study it can be concluded thatthe potential of land Plateau Napu have land suitability categories 52 and 53 asinfluenced by certain limiting factors, to increase agricultural production anddevelopment prospects of the limiting factors of land suitability can be addressedproperly. Suggestions can be submitted namely: farmers need to pay attention to thefactors limiting agricultural land suitability, such as alternative penang&ulanan veryhigh rainfall in a'ivay good drainage, nutrient retention by appropriate fertilizationand crop rooting medium with a good way of cultivation

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