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Persepsi Petani Sayuran Dataran Tinggi Terhadap Pestisida Organik di Kelurahan Rurukan Kecamatan Tomohon Timur Dendegau, Musa M.; Ruauw, Eyverson; Benu, Olfie L.S.; Sondakh, Lorraine W. Th.
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ABSRACTMusa Dendegau. The Perception of Highland Vegetable’s Farmer About Organic Pesticide in Rurukan Village East Tomohon Subdistrict. Under guidance of E. Ruauw as chairman, and Benu Olfie and L.W.Th. Sondakh as members.The objective of this research is to find out the perception of highland vegetable’s farmer about organic pesticide in Rurukan Village East Tomohon Subdistrict.Sampling method used in this research is simple random sampling. This research uses primary and secondary data. Primary data are obtained from interviewed with 42 vegetable farmers using questioner to support the data collecting.Secondary data are obtained from village government/administration office to describe village profile. The data analysis isdescriptive analysis which analized with Likert Scale explained by using table.This research showed that based on Likert Scale analysis, the total perception score of vegetable farmer in Rurukan Village about organic pesticide is 1764, and perception index 56%, so farmer perception classified as less good. There were some farmer perception indicators about organic pesticideclassified as worse, which is indicator about organic pesticide that can increase farmer’s income and welfare, and farmer perception about special market who buy organic products from Rurukan. For some indicator, like land compatibility, complexity level to make organic pesticide, compatibility with Rurukan teritory, and product price, the farmer perception classified as good. Farmer perception classified as less good for some indicator, which were the increaseof productivity, compatibility to habit and need of farmer, complexity and practicality in organic pesticide using, market supply, triability for every kind of plant and added value of output.
KONDISI BIOFISIK GUNUNG TUMPA SEBAGAI TAMAN HUTAN RAYA (TAHURA) Wowor, Marwan M.; Langi, Martina A.; Saroinsong, Fabiola B.; Nurmawan, Wawan
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ABSTRACTMount Tumpa represents one of area of water forest (catchment area) what is remained in TownManado specified initially as protected forest of at date of 28 April 1932 broadly 215 ha, nowadayspursuant to SK.434/MENHUT-II/2013 of is date of 17 June 2013 have changed over the status becomethe Great Forest Garden ( TAHURA) broadly 296 ha. This research target to learn the last conditionbiofisik of Mount Tumpa. Biological condition includes the flora, and fauna, while physical conditionincludes to landscadearea facility, and also areatiliy . Method used in flora perception of exist in GreatForest Garden of Mount Tumpa that is band have check to systematically of the size 20 x 20 m2. Florasurvey conducted at 9 dots in Great Forest Garden of Mount Tumpa. Data presented in the form oftabulation, is hereinafter descriptive by analysed. There are 59 flora type in Great Forest Garden areaof Mount Tumpa. Most dominant flora type is Spathodea campanulata, followed by Arenga pinnata, andGarcinia sp. Great Forest Garden of Mount Tumpa own the fascination wisata in the form of beautifulviews wich are scattered in several places.Keywords : condition biofisik of mount tumpa, as great forest garden
PERANAN ANGGOTA KELOMPOK DALAM PENGEMBANGAN KELOMPOK TANI DI KELURAHAN LANSOT KECAMATAN TOMOHON SELATAN Mege, Marsel R. P.; Sendow, Martha M.; Porajouw, Oktavianus; Wangke, Welson M.
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ABSTRACTMarsel Mege. The Role of Group Member in Developing Farmer Group in LansotVillage, South Tomohon Sub District. Under the guidance of Dra. Martha M.Sendow, MSi as Chairman, Ir. Octavian Porajouw, MS, and Ir. Welson M. Wangke,MS, as MembersThe objective of this research is to determine the role of group member indeveloping of farmer group.The data used is primary data obtained from interviewing all members ofMahsawasawangan and Pinaesaan farmer groups. The interviews are guided by a list ofquestions that had been prepared before. Sampling method used is census method. Thenumber of member of Pinaesaan farmer group are 10 people and farmer groupMahsawasawanganare 9 people . Data is analyzed descriptively and presents in tabularform.The research result showed that the role of Pinaesaan farmer group members wasmore active Pinaesaan than Mahsawasawangan farmer group member that could be seenfrom the level of attendance at the activities that had been done . Therefore, the role ofPinaesaan farmer groups more advanced and more developed than Masawasawanganfarmer group.For Mahsasawangan farmer group , the level of activity of members in eachactivity were less than 50 percent , perhaps due to the average age of the members wereover 60 Years and the capacity ofhuman resources were low because most of the memberswere graduated from primary school. so that the farmer groups Mahsawasawangan lessdeveloped compared with farmer groups Pinaesaan.
PEMETAAN DAERAH RAWAN LONGSOR DI WILAYAH SUB DAS TONDANO DENGAN SISTEM INFORMASI GEOGRAFIS Todingan, Melisa P.; Sinolungan, Meldi; Kamagi, Yani E.B.; Lengkong, Jeanne
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ABSTRACTThe purpose of this study was to analyze the landslide prone areas in Sub Watershed of Tondano in order to obtain the vulnerability information and dissemination in the form of map by using the Geographic Information Systems. The study was conducted by using a Descriptive Method which consisted of a survey and map overlay, while the identification of areas prone to landslides using the scoring method. Parameters measured were soil type , slope , elevation , land use and rainfall . The results showed that the spread of landslide-prone areas in the Sub Watershed of Tondano consisted of five classes of landslide susceptibility, namely (1) No class landslide prone area of 993.12 ha, or 23.64%, spread over an area of 137.42 ha districts Eris, Kakas of 1.31 ha and 854.39 ha area of East Tondano; (2) The low vulnerability class area of 207.59 ha, or 4.94%, spread over an area of 144.10 ha district of Eris, Kakas area of 0.29 ha and 63.20 ha area of East Tondano; (3) Moderate impact class area of 894.19 ha, or 21.28% spread over an area of 503.06 ha district of Eris, Kakas area of 114.97 ha and 276.16 ha area of East Tondano; (4) High vulnerability class area of 469.23 ha, or 11.17% spread over an area of 256.27 ha district of Eris, Kakas area of 48.03 ha and 164.93 ha area of East Tondano; (5) Highest area of 1637.23 ha or 38.97% spread over area of 455.60 ha district of Eris, Kakas area of 45.46 ha and 1136.17 ha area of East Tondano.Key Words : Mapping, Landslide, Sub Watershed of Tondano, GIS (Geographic Information System)
ANALISIS USAHA DAN STRATEGI PENGEMBANGAN AGROINDUSTRI MANISAN PALA DI KELURAHAN AERMADIDI KABUPATEN MINAHASA UTARA (STUDI KASUS DI UD. MURNI) Mea, Chelsy; Lolowang, Tommy F.; Olfie, Benu L.S.; Kumaat, Ribka M.
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AbstractThe objective of this research is to calculate cost, revenue and profit and to know thedevelopment strategy of UD Murni candied nutmeg agroindustry. This study is conductedfrom to May-September 2013, the source of the data in this study were obtained from primarydata through observation and interviews taken directly to the business owner and head of theDepartment of Industry and Trade Industrial North Minahasa Regency. Methods of dataanalysis in this study is adescriptive analysis using SWOT analysis.The research result showed that UD Murni Fixed Cost was Rp. 26 043 while thevariable cost of Rp. 2.31765. UD Murni revenue was Rp. 11.975.000. Therefore profits forproducers of candied nutmeg was Rp. 9,631,307 week or one-time production. The candiednutmeg development strategies through SWOT matrix were: maintaining and expandingmarketing strategies by using technological developments, cooperating with businesspartnerships, improve the quality of products according to consumer tastes, promoting the useof technology as a medium, using technology to get information, and packaging products thatmore attractive than similar products.To develop the business it was needed a quality improvement both in quality productsand services so that consumers are satisfied with the products offered, establish cooperativepartnerships with suppliers nutmeg and the need for financial aid from the government as theadditional capital for the business men to develop their business
PEMUPUKAN GANDASIL-D TERHADAP PERTUMBUHAN BIBIT POHON PENGHASIL GAHARU JENIS GYRINOPS VERSTEEGII (GILG) DOMKE Tonoro, Handiward; Saroinsong, Fabiola B.; Kalangi, Josephus I.; Lasut, Marthen T.
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ABSTRACTGaharu contains damar wangi from the mastic tree on a part of gaharu-producer trees that accurs naturally and have died due to a fungal infection that accurs naturally or artificially. The purpose of this study was to analyze the effect of frequency method Randomized Complete Design (CRD), with 5 treatment and 5 replications. A treatment without fertilizer, B treatment (application of fertilizer once a week, which is on Saturday, C treatment (twice a week, which are on Saturday and Tuesday, D treatment (3 times a week, which are on Saturday, Tuesday and thursday and E treatment (4 times a week, which are on Saturday, Monday, Wednesday, Friday. Planting medium used in this study is a mixture of soil, sand and chicken manure in the ratio 1:1:1 by volume. Variables measured were plant?s height, stem?s diameter and number of leaves. The results showed that the application of leaf fertilizer Gandasil D on Gyrinops versteegi seedi deliver tangible results in plants height. D treatment (application of fertilizer 3 times a week) showed good results in plant compared with other treatment.Keywords : Gyrinops caudata, Agarwood, foliar fertilizer Gandasil D
POPULASI DAN INTENSITAS SERANGAN HAMA PUTIH (Nymphula depunctalis Guene) PADA TANAMAN PADI SAWAH DI KECAMATAN DUMOGA TIMUR KABUPATEN BOLAANG MONGONDOW Pratiwi, Stela F.; Wanta, Noni; Rante, Caroulus; Manengkey, Guntur
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ABSTRACTRice crops is included into the family of Graminae that produces seeds from China. Rice Plant is the crops that produce rice, consumed approximately by 90 % from the whole citizens of Indonesia as the main food. White pest(Nymphula depunctalis Guene) is one of pests that attacks rice crops in Indonesia. This research aims to find out the population and intensity of the attack of N. depuntalis pest. The research took place in sub-district of East Dumoga, regency of Bolaang Mongondow, which was in three villages, that is Imandi, Mogoyunggung and Tonom, and the execution time was from July to Desember 2013. This research used the survey method done in rice field belonged to farmers, each village was taken three observation plot, and determined of five sub observation plot to be observed.The materials and tools used were rice crops planting, killing bottle, indicator, insect net, insect collecting bottle, label paper, plastic bag, plastic rope, bamboo, pair of scissors,camera and writing tools. The research result shows that white pest (N. depunctalis) has been spread on the rice in three villages in sub-district of East Dumoga with the population average value of 2,16%. The highest pest population was found in Village of Mogoyunggung that is 2,93 pests on average, and then in village of Tonom with 2,28 pestsand the lowest population was found in village of Imandi with the average of 1,28 pests, while the attack intensity is still classified into the low one in sub-district of East Dumogathat is 10,33%.Keyword: rice plants, white pest, population, attack intensity
PROFIL USAHA AGROINDUSTRI “KUE BEPANG” DI KECAMATAN REMBOKEN Koagouw, Putra P.; Rantung, Ventje V.; Laoh, Olly E.; Kumaat, Ribka M.
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ABSTRACTPutra Pratama Koagouw. The Profile of “Bepang Cookies” Agroindustry Enterprise inRemboken Sub Distrik”. Under the Guidance of Prof.Dr.Ir. Ventje V. Rantung, MA. asChairman, Dr.Ir. O. Esry H. Laoh, MS. and Ir. Ribka M. Kumaat, MS. as Members.The object of this reaserch is to determine the profile of enterprise “Bepang Cookies”where its manufacturing process is simple. The location was taken by using purposivesampling method. Three families businesses as respondents scattered in three villages in thisdistrict. All three businesses have been observed from routine production activities on aweekly basis. The business were selected to represent the three villages. The primary datawere obtained from the interviews with the owners. The data collected were in the form ofcharacteristic entrepreneurs / manufacturers, raw materials, cost of production, marketing,capital, technology, management and profits.The results showed that enterprises was started by the family since the 70s with rawrice, sugar, cooking oil and plastics auxiliary materials, candles, kerosene and firewood. Theprocess was very simple with tools homemade production, performed by skilled workersaround 3-5 persons. The cost of equity capital was an average of Rp. 6.289.011,77. millionper month. By using a simple management system in which the supply of equipment andmaterials to distribution was controlled by the family, though marketing has reached fivecounties in the province. From this effort the entrepreneur gained about Rp. 5.610.988,23.million per month.It is better for the product pack to put the mark, the time limit consumption ofproducts, compositions and information without preservatives and weight (g) of the product,in order to be recognized by the consumers (market). Product marketing area can beexpanded to reach all levels of society, as well as the needed to increase or improve the shapeand variation in order to be more appealing tastes and interests of consumers. Also it canraise the volume of production that gets bigger profit.
PENGEMBANGAN WILAYAH LANGOWAN SEBAGAI KAWASAN AGROPOLITAN Dien, Pingkan E.; Rantung, Ventje V.; Laoh, Olly E.; Moniaga, Vicky R.B.
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ABSTRACTThis study aims to see / know the potential and regional development strategies as agropolitan Langowan. The objective of this research is to know the potency and the Langowan regional development strategy as an agropolitan region. The backround of this research is the disparity between village and city that result in bias urban process where the rural potency is absorbed based on human resource, natural resource and capital. The data used in this study is based on data for the analysis of agropolitan regional development using descriptive analysis, after potency analysis is is performed, the agropolitan regional development is established using SWOT analysis.The research result showed that the Langowan region is potential for agropolitan region supported by the potential of agro and politan and also based on internal and external matrix using horizontal integrated strategy by integrated strategy by increasing planting area and regional development position anaysis as agropolitan Langowan are in the first quadrant as a favorable situation in the SWOT analysis diagram
ANALISIS FAKTOR-FAKTOR YANG MEMPENGARUHI IMPOR BERAS DI SULAWESI UTARA Rungkat, Desiane M.; Rumagit, Grace A.J.; Ngangi, Charles R.; Ruauw, Eyverson
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ABSTRACTIncreasing the number of residents in North Sulawesi during the last three years from 2009 to 2011 led to increasing demand for rice as well. On the other hand, the production of rice in this area is not self-sufficient, so the government had to import rice to overcome the shortage of rice. The objective of this research is to identify and analyze the factors that affect the import of rice in North Sulawesi.The experiment was conducted from June to December 2013 by using secondary data obtained from the Central Bureau of Statistics, Bank Indonesia, North Sulawesi Province Food Security Agency and North Sulawesi Province Agriculture and Livestock Department in the form of a time series data in 2002-2011 period. Analysis of data use multiple linear regression methods with SPSS Statistics program version 20.Results showed that 86.5 percent of rice imports was significantly affected by the production of rice (27.8 percent significance level), consumption of the population (3.7 percent significance level), the stock of rice (4.5 percent significance level) and exchange rate (15.3 percent percent significance level), therefore it can be concluded that the increasing of rice production and rice stocks in North Sulawesi as well as an increasing in the exchange rate decreases imports of rice in North Sulawesi while the increasing consumption of the population of North Sulawesi increases imports of rice.

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