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SISTEM AGROFORESTRI DI DESA TOLOK SATU KECAMATAN TOMPASO KABUPATEN MINAHASA Titdoy, Safrin; Thomas, Alfonsius; Saroinsong, Fabiola B.; Kainde, Reynold P.
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ABSTRACTAgroforestry systems whICH are applied to each region may differ, these differences are influenced by the condition of land, social and cultural. This study aimed to describe the agroforestry systems in Tolok Satu Kecamatan Tompaso Kabupaten Minahasa. The researth was conducted in three weeks starting on August 26, 2013 until 14 September 2013. Farmers who apply agroforestry systems were interviewed based on questionnaire. Their farm lands were surveyed then. The results of this study, there are two patterns of agroforestry systems adopted by the farmers whics are agrisilvikultur and agrosilvopastoral pattern. Forestry trees (cempaka) and agricultural crops (corn, beans, bananas, tomatoes, kidney beans, sweet potatoes, cassava, cloves and coconut),were planted with regular spacing. Livestock kept by farmers such as cows and horses, were tied to the land where the agroforestry system is applied during the day.Key words : Agroforestry System
KEUNGGULAN KOMPETITIF DAN KOMPARATIF KOMODITI JAGUNG PIPIL DI MINAHASA SELATAN Karaeng, Winda T.; Pangemanan, Paulus A.; Talumingan, Celsius; Timban, Jean F.J.
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ABSTRACTWinda Trisnawati Karaeng. Competitive and Comparative Advantages of Corn Commodity in South Minahasa Regency, Under guidance of Dr. Ir. Paul A. Pangemanan, MS as a Chairman, Ir. Celsius Talumingan, MP and Jean F. J. Timban, SP, MSi as Members.The objective of this research is to analyze competitive and comparative advantages of corn commodity in South Minahasa. The research had been done for two months, start from April 2014 until May 2014. Location of this research was Paslaten Satu Village at Tatapaan Sub District, North Sulawesi Province. Data used in this research was from primary and secondary data. Primary data was from interviews with respondents by used a list of questionaire. While the secondary data was from the relevant departments, such as Agricultural Service, Industrial Service and Statistical Centre Department.The research result showed that corn commodity in South MinahasaRegency has advantages using calculations of Private Profitability (137,159) and Social Profitability (68,139). It means that the corn commodity was efficient and had both competitive advantage and comparative advantage. Two indicators for measure competitiveness were 1) Private Cost Ratio (PCR) show that the corn farmer’s is more competitive because PCR < 1, and 2) Domestic Resources Cost Ratio (DRCR) show that the corn commodity has comparative advantage because DRCR < 1. It means that the corn commodity according to financial analysis was efficient and has greater potency in international trade.
PENGUKURAN TINGKAT KEPUASAN PENGUNJUNG DI OBJEK WISATA PUNCAK TEMBOAN DESA RURUKAN SATU KOTA TOMOHON Kaligis, Deddy; Tatuh, Jen; Sondak, Lorraine W. Th.; Tangkere, Ellen G.
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ABSTRACTIn Tomohon there are various places that could be tourist destinations and Puncak Temboan is one of them. In order to increase tourist visits, visitor satisfaction must be considered. A visitor satisfaction can be realized only through the improvement of service quality. The objective of research is to determine the level of visitor satisfaction in Puncak Temboan Tourism Object.This study was conducted from April to June 2014. Population in this study were visitors of Puncak Temboan Tourism Object. Samples taken were 50 repondents using accidental sampling method.The results of this study showed that the level of visitor satisfaction with quality of services as a whole was in the satisfied category. However, there are still indicators that had a high interest level and low performance and should receive more attention from the manager of the Puncak Temboan Tourism Object. The manager of Puncak Temboan Tourism Object need to maintain service quality indicators that have been assessed well by visitors and also the need to improve the indicators still considered less well by the visitors
BAURAN PEMASARAN BUNGA KRISAN PADA KELOMPOK TANI SAHABAT TANI DI KELURAHAN KAKASKASEN DUA KECAMATAN TOMOHON UTARA KOTA TOMOHON Raharjo, Guntur; Baroleh, Jenny; Lolowang, Tommy F.; Kapantow, Gene
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ABSTRACTGuntur Raharjo Marketing Mix of chrysanthemum flower on Sahabat Tani Group at Kakaskasen Dua Village, Tomohon Utara sub district, Tomohon City. Under guidance of Ir. J. Baroleh, Msi as a Chairman, , Dr. Ir. T. F. Lolowang, Msi., and Dr. Ir. G. Kapantow, Mikomp, MSc as members.The objectives of this research is to examine the marketing mix of chrysanthemum at Kakaskasen Dua Village, Tomohon Utara sub district, Tomohon City. And to examine the marketing margin of each institution involved in the Sahabat tani group.Data collection was conducted for three months, since May 2014 until July 2014. The data obtained are primary and secondary data. The primary data obtained through the survey directly to the farmer groups at Kakaskasen Dua Village, Tomohon Utara sub district, Tomohon City. Secondary data optained through agencies associated with this research. Sampling was done by purposive sampling technique that intentionally took ten farmers who are members of the Sahabat Tani Group. The analysis used in this study is descriptive analysis.The research results indicated that the marketing mix of Sahabat Tani Group, were product, price, place and promotion as well as marketing margin shown in every agency involved in Sahabat Tani Group.
PENGGUNAAN BEBERAPA JENIS PERANGKAP DENGAN FEROMON TERHADAP KUMBANG KELAPA (ORYCTES RHINOCEROS L.) (COLEOPTERA : SCARABAEIDAE) Supit, Marco M.; Tarore, Dantje; Mamahit, Juliet M.E.; Kaligis, James B.
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ABSTRACKCoconut plant (Cocos nucifera L) is a multifunction plant or a plant that has a high value of economy. In every part of the coconut plant can be use for every people needs because almost in every part of plant such as: the trunk, root, leafs and the fruits can be use for the everyday needs. Pest is one of the inhibitor factor in the production of coconut. The purpose of this research is to know the use some kind of traps with pheromone to the coconut beetle O. rhinoceros. This research is held in four different villages Kima Atas, Mapanget, Kayuwatu and Paniki, since last June until September 2013. This research use four different kinds of traps: trap A, trap B, trap C and trap D and in every inside trap there is a pheromone with the same dosage placed in four location were in every location there are four kinds of traps. The materials and the tools the we use in this research is sintetic pheromone for O. rhinoceros (ethyl-4-mathyloctanoata), four kinds of trap from Balit Palma, knife. machete, container, marker, label, camera and stationery. The result of this research shows that the largest amount of O. rhinoceros is found in trap B (126.0 insects),then trap C (30.0 insect), trap A (24.0 insects), and the lowest is found in trap D (15.0 insect), and base on the gender, female (111 insects) male (84 insect).Keywords: Coconut, O. rhinoceros, Pheromone, Trap
PEMANFAATAN TUMBUHAN OBAT DI DESA RUMOONG, RUMOONG ATAS II, TUMALUNTUNG, TUMALUNTUNG I KECAMATAN TARERAN KABUPATEN MINAHASA SELATAN Wakur, Yosmin; Sumakud, Maria Y.M.A.; Pangemanan, Euis F.S.; Nurmawan, Wawan
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ABSTRACTThe use of traditional medical plants has been long time by our ancestors and waspassed from generation to generation. This research was on uses of medicinal plants fortraditional medicine in South Minahasa Tontemboan tribe. The data were collected throughinterview using question. The repondensts was traditional healers (Batra). Based on theresults recorded 26 medical plant species from 18 families consisting of 11 types ofherbaceous shrubs 10 species, 5 species trees was used to cure various diseases.Keywords : Traditional, medicine, plants, species, herbaceous shrubs, trees
PARASITISASI DAN POPULASI PARASITOID Diadegma semiclausum (HYMENOPTERA: ICHNEUMONIDAE) PADA TANAMAN BRASSICACEAE DI KECAMATAN MODOINDING KABUPATEN MINAHASA SELATAN Parera, Herens A.; Pelealu, Jantje; Dien, Moulwy F.; Rante, Caroulus S.
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ABSTRACKCabbage (Brassica oleracea var. Capitata L. f. alba DC) is a vegetable that contains vitamins, minerals, proteins, carbohydrates and grese for the formation of human body and increase energy for the activity of human muscles. North Sulawesi is a region that has a large planting vegetables in the east of Indonesia. Cabbage crop harvested area of approximately 1,614 ha, with an average production of 17.25 tonnes per ha. The low production of cabbage in North Sulawesi caused by farming system which is still conventional and the presence of pests especially Plutella xylostella and Crocidolomia binotalis. The study aims to determine the percentage of the population and parasitization of the parasitoid Diadegma semiclausum in District Modoinding. The experiment was conducted in the South Minahasa Modoinding. Implementation of the study lasted for six months, start from July to December 2013, the research using survey method conducted on cabbage and other Brassicaceae plant at Modoinding District of South Minahasa Regency. Criteria for the location of the sample is the presence or type of cabbage and other Brassicaceae. Materials and tools used in this research are larvae and pupae of Plutella xylostella, Brassicaceae plants, sample bottles, bottle collection of 70% alcohol, tweezers, scissors, cutter, aqua glass, asahi cloth, rubber bands, "hand counter" and "loupe" , as well a stationery. The observation of parasitoid parasitization highest percentage found in the village of Lineleyan which reached 25.23%, then the Kakenturan Village respectively 17.40%, 1.83% Pelelon, Sinisir 1.05%, 0.93% and Mokobang Wulurmaatus 0.59%. Results sweeping using insect nets on cabbage and other Brasicaceae found that the highest population in the village of D. semiclausum Lineleyan (25, 42 individuals), and then successively Kakenturan Village (19.08 individuals), Palelon village (4.75 individuals), Sinisir village (4.50 individuals), Wulurmaatus village (4.08 individuals), and the Mokobang village (2.66 individuals).Keywords: Plant cabbage,Plutella xylostella and Diadegma semiclausum
INVENTARISASI JENIS-JENIS HAMA PADA PERTANAMAN CABAI (Capsicum annum L.) DI KELURAHAN KAKASKASEN I KOTA TOMOHON Saroinsong, Rafel S.; Kandowangko, Daisy S.; Salaki, Christina L.; Rante, Caroulus S.
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ABSTRACTRAFEL S. SAROINSONG. 100318024. 2014. Inventory Types of Pests on Cropping Chilli (Capsicum annum L.) in the Village Kakaskasen I, Tomohon (Under the guidance of Daisy S. Kandowangko as chairman, Christina L. Salaki and Caroulus S. Rante as a member).This study aims to inventory the types of crop pests and its dominance in chilli (Capsicum annum L.) Organic and Conventional. Field research has been conducted on chilli crop in Village Kakaskasen, Tomohon. Laboratory observations carried out at the Laboratory of Entomology and Pest Plants, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Sam Ratulangi. Research carried out for approximately six months which began in March to August 2014. Observations were made in pepper organic and conventional generative phase. Sampling was done by using an insect net with five swing, Yellow Sticky Trap and attractant (petrogenol). Sampling was conducted over 10 times since crop enters the generative phaseResults showed six orders of insect pests associated to the chilli crop Organic and Conventional namely: Order of Coleoptera (Family Scarabaeidae and Curculionidae); Order of Hemiptera (Family Coreidae and Pentatomidae); Order of Homoptera (Family Aphididae); Order of Thysanoptera (Family Thripidae); Order Diptera (Family Tephritidae); and Order of Lepidoptera (Family Noctuidae). Insects dominate Organic chilli planting area is the Order Diptera (Family Tephritidae), whereas the Conventional chilli planting area is dominated by the Order Coleoptera (Family Scarabaeidae).Keywords : Capsicum annum L., Chili, Kakaskasen I, Tomohon
Evaluasi Kualitas Sensoris Muffin Berbahan Baku Pisang Goroho (Musa acuminate sp.) Albanjar, Fiqih V.; Nurali, Erni; Lalujan, Lana; Langi, Tineke
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ABSTRACTGoroho plantain (Musa acuminate sp.) is a kind of local endemic food from North Sulawesi. As a carbohydrate source, goroho plantain was mostly consumed by people in that area. Many efforts have been done to promote the composite flour, recently. Substitution of goroho flour to make a various food products such as muffin is one of that attempt. This research was aimed to evaluate the sensoric quality of muffin made from goroho flour. The statistical analysis of this research was Complete Random Design (CRD) where substitution of goroho flour was the treatment. The result of ANOVA showed that substitution of goroho flour were not affected the quality sensoric of muffin in color, smell, flavor and texture of muffin. The organoleptic test of muffin was give the result that substituted by 100 % goroho flour give the most preferred in color (3,84) and flavor (3,80). But the most preferred smell (3,88) of muffin was substituted by 50% goroho flour and the most preferred texture (3,76) of muffin was substituted by 75% goroho flour.Keywords : Goroho Plantain, Muffin.
STRATEGI PENGEMBANGAN AGROINDUSTRI KACANG GOYANG (Studi kasus UD Berusaha di Kelurahan Motoboi Kecil Kecamatan Kotamobagu Selatan) Anantawijaya, I Putu; Loho, Agnes E.; Pakasi, Caroline B.D.; Sondakh, Lorraine W.Th.
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AbstractI Putu Anantawijaya. Strategy Development of ''kacang goyang'' agroindustry, Case Study of ''UD Berusaha'' in the Motoboi Kecil Village, South Kotamobagu Sub District under guidance of of A. E Loho as a Chairman, C. B. D. Pakasi dan L.W. Th. Sondakh as members.Agriculture sector have important roles in Indonesian economy. Agro industry is a strategic to increasing the value added of the agriculture yield through the technology, to expand the job field and also to increase the society income. The objective of this research is to know the development strategy of ''kacang goyang'' agroindustry in ''Motoboi Kecil'' Village, South Kotamobagu Sub District, Kotamobagu City.The collecting data conducted in 3 months from November, 2013 until February, 2014 in ''Motoboi Kecil'' Village, South Kotamobagu SubDistrict, Kotamabagu City. The source of data used were a primary data and secondary data. This analyzes used descriptive analysis and SWOT analysis.The results showed that Gross Profit Margin (GPM) of this company is 13,6%, Net Profit Margin (NPM) is 12,5% , Return On Investment is 1,1% and the profitability is Rp.4.876.115. The results of SWOT analysis showed that development direction of this industry can be handle the quality production through the raising of the level of employment technical skills, the raising of the level of production facility quality, optimizing production, the increasing of innovative product packaging, and increasing the promotion.

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