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PENENTUAN BLOK PENGELOLAAN CAGAR ALAM TANGKOKO – CAGAR ALAM DUASUDARA DENGAN PENDEKATAN SISTEM INFORMASI GEOGRAFIS (SIG) Effendi, Willy N.; Tasirin, Johny S.; Langi, Martina A.; Rotinsulu, Wiske
COCOS Vol 4, No 3 (2014)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35791/cocos.v4i3.3849

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ABSTRACTThe objective of this study is to develop Tangkoko - Duasudara Nature Reserves management blocks using Geographic Information Systems approach. The overlaying methods of thematic maps were used to blend land cover, elevation, slope, and distribution of wildlife species. Social data included demographic data in the surrounding area of Tangkoko - Duasudara Nature Reserves. Management block criteria and scoring refer to Peraturan Pemerintah Tentang Tata Hutan dan Penyusunan Rencana Pengelolaan Hutan, Pemanfaatan Hutan dan Penggunaan Kawasan.The result showed that Tangkoko - Duasudara Nature Reserves are divided into three blocks, namely Restoration/Rehabilitation Blocks (1724.29 ha; 23,22%), Jungle Blocks (4.251,41 ha; 57,26%), and Core Blocks (1449,30 ha; 19,52%). Restoration/rehabilitation blocks are spread into five places and physically characterized by moderate slope, medium altitude and low species density. Land cover is dominated by open land and agriculture. Jungle Block are spread into three places and characterized by plane to medium altitude and high species density. Secondary forest is the dominant land cover. The Core Blocks are spread into two places and characterized by steep slopes, high altitude, high species density. The land cover is dominated by secondary forests.
KAJIAN EKONOMI RUMAH TANGGA PETANI KELAPA DI KECAMATAN KAUDITAN KABUPATEN MINAHASA UTARA Suratinojo, Destreeana; Pakasi, Caroline B.D.; Ngangi, Charles R.; Moniaga, Vicky R.B.
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35791/cocos.v4i3.4012

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ABSTRACTThe objective of this research is to assess the economic conditions in the coconut farming households in the Kauditan Sub District , North Minahasa Regency based on relation among time working, total expenditure, total revenue and contribution of farm income to total family income of coconut farming.The research was conducted from June to December 2013 in the Kauditan Sub District, at Treman and Kauditan I Village , North Minahasa Regency . Research was conducted by direct interview to 55 respondents of coconut farming households drawn from the population of the two villages, named is Treman and Kauditan I Village. The data used in this study is primary data and secondary data obtained from the office of the BP4K Kauditan Sub District, Treman and Kauditan I Village ofice. Data are analyzed descriptively and presented in tabular form , as well as using the formulation of econometric models and analyzed using the method of 2SLS ( two stage least squares ) to estimate the model in the form of simultaneous equations using SPSS v.20.The result from this research indicates that the most outpouring of work time for farmers family is coconut farming. Farmers family income from coconut is the lowest. It’s because the divison of work time in a field, in that field there’s coconut farm, and the other farm such as nutmeg and cloves also. The relation between work time in a farm and out of farm is positive with total expenditure, it means that if the total expenditure increase, work time will increase. the biggest spending at the consumption from farmers family have relation with dispossible income from family, it that means if dispossible increase the expenditure of consumption will increase.
ANALISIS USAHATANI PALA DI KAMPUNG TALAWID KECAMATAN KENDAHE KABUPATEN KEPULAUAN SANGIHE Sanggel, Nolvi; Laoh, Olly E. H.; Rumagit, Grace A.J.; Tangkere, Ellen G.
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35791/cocos.v4i3.4022

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ABSTRACTNolvi Sanggel. Analysis Nutmeg Farming in Talawid Village, Kendahe Sub District, Sangihe Islands Regency. Under the guidance O. Esry H. Laoh, as a Chairman, Grace A. J. Rumagit, and Ellen G. Tangkere as Members.The objective of this research is to analyze nutmeg farming in Talawid Village, Kendahe Sub District, Sangihe Islands Regency, Benefits of this research is to provide input and information materials for the development of nutmeg farming to related institution in order to increase their income.The method used in this study was "Purposive Sampling". Data used in this research is a primary data by using questionnaires that have been prepared are obtained from direct interviews with nutmeg farmers and secondary data from the Department of Agriculture, Livestock and Forestry and Village Office Talawid. Data obtained are presented in table form and then analyzed descriptively, followed by Return Cost Ratio analysis to determine the level of success of the farm.The results of this research showed that the average income Nutmeg farmers in the Village Talawid was Rp. 18,337,690, -. As costs incurred on average was Rp. 2,337,079, -. So that the average income received by farmers was Rp. 16,000,611, -. Analysis Results Return Cost Ratio (R/C) was 7.85, indicating that farming is done nutmeg experiencing gains.
MARGIN PEMASARAN TOMAT APEL DI KELURAHAN KOLONGAN BEHA BARU KECAMATAN TAHUNA BARAT Menggasa, Musperi; Sondakh, Mex F.L.; Rumagit, Grace A.J.; Porajouw, Oktavianus
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35791/cocos.v4i3.4024

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ABSTRACTMusperi Menggasa. Marketing Margin of Tomato (Lycopercicumpryformer) in Kolongan BehaBaru andVillage, West Tahuna sub District. Under Guidance of MF. Sondakh as a Chairman, Grace A. J. Rumagit, O. Porajouw as members.The Objective of this research is to study the marketing margin of tomato (Lycopercicumpryformer) in Sangihe Regency. This study uses a purposive sampling method and then sampling from the farmers is traced to marketing agencies of tomato by using snow ball sampling method. This study is analyzed descriptively by calculating the magnitude of each channel marketing margin and profit margin.The result of this research showed that marketing agenciesin Kolongan Beha Baru Village consisted of Farmers, Retailers, collecting trader and Consumers. Marketing channels freely selectable means direct marketing agencies can choose which marketing channels are more profitable. While the marketing channel is Zero Level channel (Farmer-Consumer), Level One Channel (Farmer-Retailer-Consumer) and Level Two Channel (Farmer-Collecting Traders- Retailer-Consumer).Tomatoes marketing margins in Kolongan Beha Baru Village Channel Level I was Rp. 333.3,- with an average profit margin earned by each marketing agencies was 12.5 with a selling price at the retail level is the purchase price at the consumer level. The average value of marketing margin of tomato in Kolongan Beha Baru in Channel Level II was Rp. 4.833.3, - with an average profit margin earned by each agency marketing was Rp. 1.701.6 . The low value of the profit margin was affected by the value of marketing costs. Thus the best marketing channels was level one channel.
TINGKAT KEPUASAN KONSUMEN Di RESTORAN MCDONALD’S MANADO Rondonuwu, Giofany; Kapoantow, Gene H.M.; Ngangi, Charles; Ruauw, Eyverson
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35791/cocos.v4i3.3999

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ABSTRACTGiofany Rondonuwu. The level of Consumer Satisfaction in McDonald's Restaurant Manado, (under the guidance of G.H.M.Kapantow as chairman, Charles R. Ngangi and Eyverson Ruauw as members ).In Manado, there are several kinds of fast food restaurants, one of which is McDonald's. One of the key features to maintain fast food restaurant is costumer satisfaction. Consumer satisfaction is mainly determined by the quality of products and services. The dimensions that influence in shaping the quality of products and services are reliability, responsiveness, assurance, empathy and tangibles. This study aims to determine the level of customer satisfaction for products and services of McDonald 's Restaurant Manado.This study was conducted from September to October 2013 .The population in this study were those who bought and dined in the Restaurant. Sample of 50 respondents were drawn using systematic random sampling method.The results showed that the level of customer satisfaction for products and services in terms of reliability, responsiveness, assurance, empathy isin the more then satisfied category, while tangible is in the satisfie category. The management of McDonald's Restaurant Manado needs to maintain the elements that have been considered good by customer and fixed the things that are considered unsatisfaction by costumers
HUBUNGAN HARGA KOPRA TERHADAP TINGKAT PRODUKSI KOPRA DI KABUPATEN MINAHASA SELATAN Rusno, Ayu L.; Laoh, Olly E. H.; Wangke, Welson M.; Tangkere, Ellen G.
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ABSTRACTFluctuations in the price of copra became a significant problem among farmers where if prices fluctuate often farmers will be disadvantaged as a result of sales sometimes do not cover production costs. The objective of this study is to determine there is a relation between the price of copra toward the production level in South Minahasa Regency.This study is conducted in Southern Minahasa Regencywhere the data is collected from Central Statistics Agency of Southern Minahasa, and Plantation Service of Southern Minahasa Regency. Then the data is analyzed by using descriptive analysis.The research result showed that the price could be used as basic for the farmers of the in increasingthe production of copra in South Minahasa Regency. There is no relation between the price of copra and its production in South Minahasa Regency, and also it could be said that the price fluctuations had not been able to make the farmers improve the productivity level.
KONTRIBUSI USAHATANI KANGKUNG AIR TERHADAP PENDAPATAN KELUARAGA PETANI DI KELURAHAN MAHENA KECAMATAN TAHUNA Senggasi, Okteven; Moniaga, Vicky R.B.; Loho, Agnes E.; Talumingan, Celsius
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ABSTRAKThe Objective of this research is to determine the contribution of water spinach to the household income of farmer in village Tahuna Sub District. Primary data obtained through interviews with farmers techniques based on a list of questions while the secondary data obtained from relevant agencies such as office of Tahuna Sub District. The determination of research location isData obtained in this study and the data were analyzed by descriptive proceed with spinach water farm income and farm family income.The results of this research indicated that the mounthy average revenue of water spinach farmer in was Rp.4.669.090 and the mounthly average cost during the production was Rp.239.000 obtained from the total fixed costs plus total variable costs. So that the mounthly average income was Rp.4.430.090The average income outside the water spinacth farmwasRp.335.454 and the average income of other family members was Rp.81.818The contribution of water spinach to the total of household income was 91,4 percent. There here water spinac has a great countribution to the is total income of household.
Produktivitas Tenaga Kerja Pada Usahatani Ubi Jalar di Desa Lenganeng Kecamatan Tabukan Utara Kabupaten Kepulauan Sangihe Limpong, Chrisye Limpong Amelia; Ruauw, Eyverson; Ngangi, Charles R.; Sendow, Martha M.
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ABSTRACTChrisye Amelia Limpong Labor Productifity of Sweet Potato Farming at Lenganeng Vilage Northern Tabukan Sub District Under the quidance of Eyverson Ruauw as a Chairman, Charles R. Ngangi and Martha M. Sendow as members.The objective of this research is to know the labour prductivity of sweet potatos farming at Lenganeng Villages North Sub District. Tabukan district. This study uses case study method of sweet potato farming at Lenganeng Villages North Tabukan sub district.Data collection is conducted through direct interview, with Farmer group and individual using simple random sampling method. Samples taken from farmer group andindividual 16 respondents The data collected will be analysed descriptively.The result of this research showed that labor productivity of sweet potatos farm in Lenganeng villages Northern Tabukan Sub District according the amount of labor used was 79,72 kg per labor, product`ivity according to the number of working hours (working day) was 57,66 kg and labor productivity according working day hour (HOK) was 35,89 kg per HOK.The condusson of this researched, if the sweet potato farmers in the village lenganeng village use more people working on the land, would be more effective than using less to work more days, because the value of the average productivity by the amount of labor more than the value of the average labor productivity by the number of working day.
ANALISIS PENDAPATAN USAHATANI PADI SAWAH PENERIMA BANTUAN DAN BUKAN PENERIMA BANTUAN PEMERINTAH DI DESA PASSO KECAMATAN KAKAS BARAT KABUPATEN MINAHASA Kaliele, Agustinus; Kumaat, Ribka M.; Laoh, Olly E.H.; Ruauw, Eyverson
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ABSRACTAgustinus Kaliele. The Income Analysist of the Government Subsidary Rice Farmingand Non-Subsidary Rice Farming in Passo Village Kakas Barat Subdistrict MinahasaRegency. Under guidance of Ribka M. Kumaat as chairman, with Esry H. Laoh and E.Ruauw as members.The objective of this research is to calculate the des race farming income,bothsubsidy raice farming,and to calculate the difference of income, between them.Samplingmethod used in this research is simple by random sampling. This research used primary andsecondary date. Primary date were obtained from interviewet with raice farmer waithquestioner to collect data. Secondary data were obtained from villagegovernment/administration office. The data analysis was qualitative, presented in narrativedescriptive from.This research shows that in average subsidier farmer’s income is more than nonsubsidaryfarmer’s income. Subsidary farmer’s rate income is Rp. 11.510.594,4, otherwisenon-subsidier farmer’s rate income is Rp. 8.191.950,4. R/ C analysis done in this researchshowed that R/C ratio for subsidary farmer’s is 3,012, while R/C ratio for non-subsidaryfarmer’s is 2,543. This different income rate caused by subsidary farmer’s got insentive forsupply fertilizer and pesticide, so that the used of it can raised the productivity and income ofsubsidary farmers.
Curahan Kerja Wanita Pada Usahatani Padi Sawah di Desa Beha Kecamatan Tabukan Utara Kabupaten Kepulauan Sangihe Philip, Debora; Ngangi, Charles R.; Benu, Olfie L.S.; Wangke, Welson M.
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ABSTRACTDebora Philip. The Flurry of Female Labor of Rice Farming in Beha Village, North Tabukan Sub District, Sangihe Regency under guidance of Charles R. Ngangi as a Chairman, BenuOlfie L. S. and Welson M. Wangke as Members.The objective of this research is to know flurry of female labor in rice farming from nursery work, land preparation, planting, weeding, pest and disease control until harvest. The data used in this study is primary data and secondary data. The primary data obtained through interviews based on questionnaire to the farmers directly and secondary data obtained from relevant department such as Agricultural Crops, Estate Plantation, and Forestry service of Sangihe Regency, office of north Tabukan Sub District. In this study the variables measured is the amount of labor in women who used the low land rice farming. The data analyzed descriptively.The results showed that the flurry of female labor in rice farming in general was in the work of planting, weeding and harvesting although the available data showed that the flurry of female labor also exists in the number of female workers in lowland rice farming village in the District brassiere North Tabukan Sangihe Regency was 22.64 person – days per ha or 28.03 % in one growing season of rice farming.

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