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ANALISIS JARINGAN IRIGASI BENDUNGAN SANGKUB KABUPATEN BOLAANG MONGONDOW UTARA BERBASIS SPASIAL Kono, Amalludin S.; Rumambi, David P.; Pakasi, Sandra; Wulur, Hildy
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35791/cocos.v4i5.4765

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ABSTRACTSangkub dam was built in 2005, before the establishment of the regency of NorthBolaang Mongondow. This dam, with an approximate width of 100 meters, is planned toirrigate 3.601 ha of rice fields in two districts: Sangkub and Bintauna. In 2012, the damstarted operating and irrigated the rice fields in Sangkub. This research aims to provideinformation about the conditions of the irrigation network of Sangkub dam based on spatialanalysis. This research was conducted over the course of six months (August 2013 – January2014) in Sangkub dam, Sangkub district. Data was collected through surveys, image analysesand experiment using buoys. This research shows that Sangkub’s irrigation network does notmatch the planned schematics regarding number of buildings. There is a lack of floodgates inthe secondary channels in Tombolango and there are five overflow points and one leakagepoint in the irrigation channels of Sangkub dam.Keywords: Irrigation network, Sangkub dam, Spatial
PROFIL USAHATANI POLA PENANAMAN TUMPANG SARI DI DESA SEA KECAMATAN PINELENG Dompasa, Stella; Ngangi, Charles R.; Taroreh, Melissa L.G.; Lolowang, Tommy F.
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ABSTRACTStella Dompasa. Farming Profile Of Inter Cropping System Pattern In Sea Induk Village, Peneleng Sub-District. Under the guidance of Charles R. Ngangi a chairman, and Melisssa L.G Tarore and Tommy F Lolowang as member’s.The objective of this research find out the farmer’s profil from the farming of inter cropping system planting pattern in Sea Induk village. The research used primary data which had been obtained from the respondent farmer by using question list. Data analysis method used in this research is Descriptive Data Analysis. Data collected is presented in table form and then used cost, receipt, and income analysis.The research result showed that this inter cropping farming maight not be underestimated. From the inter cropping farming, the farmer approximately had the income of Rp. 2.888.440, on the first month of crop with the field width of 1,5 ha, with the R/C ratio of 3,24. Therefore the farmer’s outcome of Rp. 1, would give the income of Rp. 3,24.Based on this research, it can be concluded that this inter cropping system farming can give the income to farmer’s continually. So that’s why it needs to do the farming developing in Sea village, and special counseling about inter cropping system farming to ease the farmer’s in new inovation adopting process with the purpose to increase the farmer family’s prosperty.
PERBANDINGAN PENDAPATAN PETANI PADI SAWAH PESERTA DAN BUKAN PESERTA PASAR LELANG KOMODITI AGRO (PLKA) DI KELURAHAN KINIAR KECAMATAN TONDANO TIMUR Pontoh, Sisilia C.; Mandei, Juliana; Kaunang, Rine; Ruauw, Eyverson
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ABSTRACTThe objective of this research is to compare rice farmer income between participant and nonparticipant at Agro Commodity Auction Market in Kiniar, East Tondano District, Minahasa Regency.The data have been collected for four months, since September 2013 until January 2014. The data consist of Primary and Secondary data. The primary data have been earned from survey to the farmers, participant and nonparticipant directly. The secondary data have been earned from all of the institutions that related with this research.The sampling has been done by using simple random sampling technique, where 15 samples for each population were taken to find out the difference between their incomes, so that we can compare them, with t-test.The result from this research showed that the income between farmer as participant and nonparticipant at Agro Commodity Auction Market ware different. The income average of rice farmer in Kiniar as participant is higher than the income average of rice farmer as nonparticipant at Agro Commodity Auction Market.
EVALUASI PROGRAM PENGEMBANGAN USAHA AGRIBISNIS PERDESAAN DI DESA WARUKAPAS KECAMATAN DIMEMBE Tilung, Jessie F.; Dumais, Joachim N.K.; Pakasi, Caroline B.D.; Kumaat, Ribka M.
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ABSTRACTJessie Tilung. Rural Agribusiness Enterprise Development Program Evaluation In Warukapas Village, Dimembe Sub District. Under the guidance of Joachim. N. K. Dumais, as a chairman, B. C. D. Pakasi, and R. M. Kumaat as member’s.The objective of this research in to describe the evaluation of rural agribusiness enterprise development programs, based on outputs, outcomes, benefits, impact. This research was conducted in Warukapas Village, Dimembe Sub District North Minahasa Regency, lasted from June 2013 to March 2014. Data collected in this study is primary data obtained from questionnaires that have been presented to farmers PUAP funds and in-depth interviews (Indepth Interviews) to parties involved in the implementation of the program include administrators Gapoktan PUAP Esa Toroan and accompanying companion extension Gapoktan, while secondary data was obtained from agencies involved in this study that the data related to the program PUAP, Warukapas Village Office, Gapoktan Secretariat and the Central Bureau of Statistics.Sampling was done intentionally using simple random sampling and samples taken as many as 15 farmers who were PUAP’s receiver Gapoktan members of Warukapas Village, Dimembe Sub District North Minahasa Regency.The research result showed that PUAP programs provided by the government at the Warukapas Village especially Gapoktan Toroan Esa has gone well by lookingat funds that have been distributed to the who need, the increase of agribusiness activity, increased revenue from Rp. 15,446,403, after receiving PUAP, the increased of an average value of Rp. 20,927,239, PUAP programs provided by the government gave a positive impact for the community, therefore the active role of the community is expected to support government programs that would be useful for the community itself.
POTENSI TUMBUHAN PAKAN ALAMI BAGI MONYET HITAM SULAWESI (MACACA NIGRA) DI HUTAN LINDUNG GUNUNG MASARANG Rahasia, Rivo F.; Tasirin, Johny S.; Langi, Martina A.; Sumarto, Saroyo
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ABSTRACT Mount Masarang Forest Reserve covers an area of 158,48 ha and is part of the natural habitat of the Sulawesi crested black macaque based on the geography and the forest. A population of Sulawesi crested black macaques may thrive here through introduction and migration from nearby populations. This research is aimed to study the potential of natural food plants of the Sulawesi crested black macaque (Macaca nigra) in Mount Masarang Forest Reserve. This research was done from March to April 2013 in Mount Masarang Forest Reserve, Tomohon City. Data was collected using multiple stage random sampling method. From 131 species plants in Mount Masarang Forest Reserve, found 7 species plants naturally eaten by Sulawesi crested black macaques, with varying population densities and role in the community. The species are Alstonia scholaris (5.944 individuals), Piper aduncum (5.225 individuals), Euodia minahassae (3.220 individuals), Trema orientalis (1.486 individuals), Koordersiodendron pinnatum (991 individuals), Caryota mitis (743 individuals) dan Dendrocnide microstigma (495 individuals). The highest distribution of food plants can be found on the eastern slopes, because 42% of the food plants on Mount Masarang Forest Reserve are found on these slopes.Keywords: Macaca nigra, Mount Masarang Forest Reserve, potential of natural food plants
ANALISIS KEUNTUNGAN USAHA RUMAH MAKAN EL-SHADAI DI KAWASAN WISATA KULINER “WAKEKE MANADO” Masengi, Grace; Talumingan, Celcius; Rumagit, Grace A.J.; Taroreh, Melissa L.G.
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Grace Masengi. Feasibility Analysis of El-Shadai Retaurant Business in The Area Culinary Tourism of ? Wakeke Manado?. Under the guidance of Celcius Talumingan a chairman, and Grace. A. J. Rumagit, and Melissa L.G. Tarore as member?s).The objective of this research is to analyze the feasibility of El-Shadai restaurant to know, in detail, the business activity profile and the amount of the profit achieved every month, that it can also be known wheter it is feasible or not this El-Shadai Restaurant Business in the area of culinary tourism of ?Wakeke Manado? to be maintained. This research used primary data which was obtainedby direct interview to the business owner containing the list of questions, and the secondary data was obtained from the governmental institution related to this research, that was Sub-district office of Wenang Utara. The data analysis methodused was Descriptive analysis method, data collected was presented in table form, and then used business profit analysis, also continued with the analysis Return of Cost Ratio to analyze the feasibility of El-Shadai restaurant business.This research result showed that entirely the El-Shadai restaurant business has the profit of Rp. 13.829.942 each month, with the cost ratio R/C of 1,33. Therefore it can be concluded that culinary business is categorized to be feasible to run because of the R/C value is more than 1. This shows that every Rp. 1 of production expense spent by the restaurant manager can give the return as the income of Rp. 1,33. It means that the total income is larger than total production expense and this culinary business activity still have the profit each month.
EVALUASI PROGRAM PENGEMBANGAN USAHA AGRIBISNIS PERDESAAN DI KECAMATAN KALAWAT KABUPATEN MINAHASA UTARA Kaawoan, Gabriela H.; Talumingan, Celcius; Lolowang, Tommy F.; Pangemanan, Lyndon R.J.
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ABSTRACTGabriela Hana Kaawoan. Evaluation Of Agribusines Development Program in Kalawat District North Minahasa Regency. Under Guidiance Celcius Talumingan as Chairman, Tommy Lolowang and Lyndon Pangemanan as members.The objective of this research is to evaluate. PUAP Program in Kalawat sub district Minahasa regency based on the contex, input, procces, product. That was used in this research is purposive sampling method. Data used in this research was primary and secondary data. Primary data were collected by interviewing members and farmes group and GAPOKTAN management in 5 villages that accept PUAP program in Kalawat sub district and secondary data were collected from institutions that related with this research. Analysis in this research was descriptive with CIPP method, tabulation and scoring analysis. Revenue and cost of farmer was used to cost farmer’s incomeThe research result showed that for PUAP program based on the context, agent of extension and institutions that related with the research obtained high interpretation with index 100%. It can be proved from agriculture industries that improve, good response from farmes to this program the readiness of extension agent to improve agribusines industry in village through socialization and farmers group activity, agent of extension couwel PUAP programe farmers roufinely, and government strategy to make PUAP program success, based an input aspect of PUAP program to evaluation to farmer, investigation and related institution get high on average, but there was a statement that get low interpretation with index 67,2% that was farmes altitude awy, less capital in starting their business, capital the was used was their our capital and the business hasn’t improved yet. Seen from process aspect that PUAP programe evaluation in farmers investigator and institution that related get high average. However there was a low interpretation with 67,2% index that was the attitude of farmer before this PUAP program.This attitude was the farmer was less motivated, less capital in running the business so that the business was less developed. From the process aspect, evaluation of PUAP program to farmer, agent of extension and institution obtained high result on average. However, the obstacle was the return of loan capital was not running well. From the product aspect, the PUAP evaluation on farmer, agent of extension and institution obtansl high result with 100 index. This can be seen raised from farmers income increase that they before Rp 1.637.551/Ha and after PUAP the income rate raised become Rp 3.357.524/Ha von average farmers start new business land raise, and production improves, due to GAPOKTAN went well cording rules and could improve well through. GAPOKTAN manager over all PUAP evaluation program to farmers through CIPP evaluation got 87.6%, to agent of extension through CIPP evaluation 99,1% and to related instituation got 97,1%.5Even the overall the interpretation was high, but in return of capital had not gone well, acompanion of agent of extens maximum to farmers and observation of agriculture department directly had not done routinely.
UJI TEKNIS BIOGAS DARI BAHAN BAKU FESES SAPI DI DESA TOTABUAN KECAMATAN LOLAK KABUPATEN BOLAANG MONGONDOW Tuwuilu, Batin E.; Rumambi, David P.; Rantung, Ruland A.; Pinatik, Herry F.
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ABSTRACTEnergy is a crucial global issue. Demand for energy increases every year. According todata collected by the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (2006) Indonesia’s oilsupply amounts to a mere 9 billion barrels, which will run out with continued consumption.To decrease dependency on fossil fuels, the government has issued Peraturan PresidenRepublik Indonesia number 5 year 2006 about National Energy Policies to developalternative renewable energy resources. Energy experts around the world are now researchingand developing renewable energy, one of which is biogas. This research is done in Totabuanvillage, district of Lolak, Bolaang Mongondow regency, using experimental methods withdescriptive analysis of the formation of biogas using biodigester technology with a permanent12 m3 dome-type reactor. Biogas started forming on the 9th day, up to the 26th day, with 12m3 of raw materials, which is a 1:1 mix of cow feces with water (6 m3 cow feces and 6 m3water), and yielded 4,68 m3 of biogas that can be used to cook for 12,3 hours. Each 1 m3 ofbiogas can be used to cook for 2,63 hours. Biogas yield is 39%Keywords: Energy, Renewable, Biodigester, Biogas.
STRUKTUR DAN KOMPOSISI JENIS KOMUNITAS BURUNG DI LAHAN PERTANIAN KAWASAN HUTAN LINDUNG GUNUNG MAHAWU SULAWESI UTARA Patandung, Alfons; Tasirin, Johny S.; Thomas, Alfonsius; Kainde, Reynold P.
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ABSTRACTMount Mahawu Forest Reserve is a protected area situated in the city of Tomohon and regency of Minahasa,North Sulawesi province. In year 2004 Birdlife International established Mount Mahawu Forest Reserve as an Important Bird Area. One particular habitat of bird colonies in Mount Mahawu Forest Reserve is agricultural land.This research aims to create an inventory of and analyze the species diversity of bird communities in agricultural land surrounding Mount Mahawu Forest Reserve, North Sulawesi. This research was carried out on September to October 2013 in Mount Mahawu Forest Reserve, North Sulawesi. This research used the point count method.There are 32 bird species from 16 families and 9 orders. The number of individuals found inhabiting agricultural land was 198 individuals. Out of the species observed inhabiting agricultural land, 9 species or 28,1 % of the total number of species are species endemic to Sulawesi.The most abundant species isthe Glossy Swiftlet (Collocalia esculenta) with 45 individuals and relative abundance score of 22,72 %.The diversity index of agricultural land habitats is 2,92, while the evenness index is 0,87.Keywords: Birds, Mount Mahawu Forest Reserve, Species diversity
FAKTOR-FAKTOR YANG MEMPENGARUHI MINAT PETANI BERUSAHATANI PADI DI DESA SENDANGAN KECAMATAN KAKAS KABUPATEN MINAHASA Panurat, Sitty M.; Porajouw, Oktavianus; Loho, Agnes F.; Rumagit, Grace A.J.
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ABSTRACTThe study aims to determined factors that influence the interests of farmer in rice farming in the Sendangan Village and to determine the influence of each factors on interets of rice farmer.The data used is primary data collected from 36 farmers using a questionnaire that had been developed . The analysis used in this study is a multiple linear regression analysis , using the SPSS 16 software tools . Secondary data obtained from agencies associated with this research that the Central Bureau of Statistics and the Office of the District of North Sulawesi Kakas .The results showed that there were factors the interests of farmers are land area, experience, income, and education assistance. Land area and income very significant effect on the interest of farmers. While the assistance and experience significant effect on the interest, education influence otherwise no significant effect on the interest. With the value of the contribution of determination R2 are the factors affecting land use, experience, income, and education of 72%.

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