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STRATEGI PENGEMBANGAN TANAMAN PANGAN DI WILAYAH AGROPOLITAN KECAMATAN KAWANGKOAN BARAT Moniung, Alfa S.; Mandei, Juliana R.; Benu, Noortje M.
COCOS Vol 6, No 12 (2015)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35791/cocos.v6i12.8509

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ABSTRACT This study purpose is to determine the potential and development strategies in the area of food crops in agropolite region of West Kawangkoan District. This research was conducted for three months starting from April 2015 until June 2015 in West Kawangkoan District.  To determine the potential of food crops in in West Kawangkoan District was analyzed descriptively and to analyze the development strategy of food crops in the agropolitan region in West Kawangkoan District the writer’s using SWOT analysis. The results of the study showed that the agropolitan region in West Kawangkoan District has the potential for planting corn and peanuts because it is supported by a good land, good infrastructure of buildings, roads, transportation, market, electricity and telecommunications to support agricultural activities and also industry partnerships with other agencies for the development of agropolitan. The strategies for food crops development  in Western Kawangkoan  the farmers are to utilize the resources and skills in managing food crops of corn and peanuts, to increase productivity of food crops by using the appropriate technology, maximizing of the processing industry to meet the demand of consumers, to establish good cooperation with the Government in doing mentoring and monitoring of the distribution of seeds, fertilizer and  agricultural tools/machineries from manufacturer up to the diluent, merchants, to farmers in order to make available in a timely manner, as well as enhance cooperation between farmers with processing industry and animal feed industry results in developing regions of the western Kawangkoan as an agropolitan area. This region was selected based on the results from a SWOT analysis which was located in the first cell of second quandran is an aggressive strategy, this strategy can spur growth and development of food crops especially maize and peanuts in district Kawangkoan. Keyword : Food Crops and Agropolitan Regional
PENINGKATAN AKTIFITAS PETANI CENGKEH DI WILAYAH DESA TOULIMEMBET KECAMATAN KAKAS Masengi, Christian; Pakasi, Caroline B.D.; Olfie, Benu
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ABSTACT Toulimembet villages is one of the villages in the kakas sub district which consists of the total population 1045, the number houshold is 345, the member of farmer is 106 and member of fishermen is 56. Toulimembet village is the center of producing cloves, clove plant is an annual plant that produces Plantations harvest only four years, but did not close kemiungkinan annually cloves can also be harvested once a year. Toulimembet village besides having a mountainous area also has the advantage of the territorial waters of the lake Tondano Farmers clove well as fish farmers spend 66% per month for the initial activities for a month in September. Clove farmers at the same time fish farmers spend 66% per month during the maintenance period is from October to June. And 72% for harvesting activities conducted during one month of the month of August. Increased activity cngkeh farmers who used to cultivate only cloves just use a bit of time in the garden, with pemnafaatan territorial waters, clove farmers began adding businesses freshwater fish nets step system resulting in increased economic aktiftas. Keywords: activities and cost
STATUS UNSUR HARA DAN pH TANAH DI DESA SEA, KECAMATAN PINELENG KABUPATEN MINAHASA Kotu, Silwasty; Rondonuwu, Jenny J.; Pakasi, Sandra; Titah, Tilda
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Abstract The study aims to determine the status of soil nutrients and pH in the village Sea, sub Pineleng Minahasa district. This research was conducted in January to April 2015 using a survey method, in which soil samples were taken by slope and land use. Soil samples were taken at five points at a depth of 0 to 40 cm and 40 cm larger. The variables measured were nitrogen (Kjedhal method), phosphorus (Bray I method), Potassium (Bray method I), C- organic (Walkley and Black method) and soil pH (pH meter). Research data analysis using descriptive analysis. The results showed that soil pH in the research sites is in the range of 6.29 to 6.48, the content of the element nitrogen is in the range of 0.12% to 0.27%), phosphorus content in the range of 8.60 ppm to 14.29 , potassium element content is in the range of 1.72 ppm to 11.95 ppm, and organic matter content of 1.52% to 3.17%. Keywords: C-organic, Phosphorus, Potassium, Nitrogen, pH
PEMBERIAN KOMPOS JERAMI PADI TERHADAP PERTUMBUHAN DAN PRODUKSI TANAMAN JAGUNG MANIS (ZEA MAYS SACCHARATA STURT) Samosir, Albert T.H.; Paulus, Jeanne M.; Sumampow, Doortje M.F.; Tumbelaka, Selvie
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ABSTRACT This research aims to study the application of Rice Straw Compost on Growth and Production of Sweet Corn ( Zea mays saccharata Sturt ) This study was conducted in the village of Tomohon sub district Taratara Dua West , Tomohon for 3 ( three ) months starting from the month of August to October  2014.  Experimentalwas design arranged in a Randomized Block Design (RBD), consisted of five treatments.It is treatment wasreplicated three times. The treatments waswhitout rice straw compost (K0), 5 ton/ha of rice straw compost (K1), 10 ton/ha of rice straw compost (K2), 15 ton/ha of rice straw compost (K3), and 20 ton/ha of rice straw compost (K4). Data was analysed using variance analysed Least Significant Difference ( LSD ) at level 5%. Results slowed that the treatment significantly effected on growth and production of sweet corn  ( Zea mays saccharata Sturt ) that were plant height, number of leaves , cob length, cobweight, but not significant to cob circle  effect  Keywords : Sweet Corn, Organic fertilizer
ANALISIS KOEFISIEN KEKASARAN SUNGAI DI SUNGAI SARIO DENGAN PERSAMAAN MANNING Montjai, Adenancy A.; Rombang, Johan A.; Kalangi, Josephus I.
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ABSTRACT Analysis of River Roughness Coefficient in Sario River with Manning Equation Sario river is the main river of Sario Watershed.  Due to rapidly increasing population, protected area alongside river border had become settlement.  This causes a decrease of river channel capacity so that flood could happen as a case in January 2014.  Manning equation is the formula frequently used to calculate the flow capacity of open channel. The purpose of this research is to determine roughness coefficient of Sario River by using Manning equation. This research was done in three months starting from January 2015 to March 2015.  Observed and measured variables were river width, top width, bottom width, water depth, river channel depth, river pseudosection profile, flow velocity, gradient of bottom channel, and channel description.  Method applied was survey method and the determination of measurement and observation points was done with certain consideration (purposive sampling).  The averages of calculated roughness coefficients of Sario River are 0,049 for upstream, 0,050 for middlestream, and 0,060 for downsrtream. The average of Sario River roughness coefficient is 0,048.  Garbage and water countaining dispersed particles caused roughness coefficient greater than secondary data for natural channel. Keywords : River Roughness, Manning equation, Sario River
ERODIBILITAS TANAH (K) DI SEPANJANG JALUR JALAN MANADO-TOMOHON SOIL ERODIBILITY (K) ALONG THE ROAD MANADO-TOMOHON Lengkong, Michiko A.; Sondakh, Tommy; Kamagi, Yani E.B.; Montolalu, Maria
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Abstract The objective of this study aims to determine the value or the value of soil erodibility K at various heights along the road Manado - Tomohon. The metode used in this research is the method of stratified random. Analisis soil texture using a pipette. The data is then inserted in the soil texture triangle K values for determining the K value of the land at any altitude. Things are observed is 1). Slopes, 2). land use, 3). Soil texture, and 4). K Value. The data obtained in terms of three grades K arranged in tabular form to determine the value of K dignity and then described descriptively. The results showed that at altitude: 1). 200 m above sea level K value of 0.379; 2). 300 m asl K value of 0.393, 3). 400 m asl value amounted to 0,384 K, 4). 500 m above sea level K value of 0.397, 5). 600 m asl K value of 0.376, 6). 700 m above sea level K value of 0.370, and 7). 800 m asl K value of 0.430. Based on the K value obtained at each altitude or soil erodibility K values are rather high. Keywords: Erodibility Land (K), High Places
SUBSTITUSI TEPUNG KACANG HIJAU (Phaseolus radiathus L) DALAM PEMBUATAN BISKUIT KIMPUL (Xanthosoma sagittifolium (L) schott) Suprianto, Agus B.; Mamuaja, Christine F.; Tuju, Thelma D. J.
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ABSTRACT  This research aims to produce biscuits kimpul obtained from green bean flour substitutes that can be accepted by the panelists. This study used a Randomized Complete Design method with a mixture of kimpul flour and green bean flour . Treatment A (50% kimpul flour : 50%  green beans flour ), B (60% kimpul flour : 40%  green beans flour), C (70% kimpul flour : 30%  green beans flour), D (80% kimpul flour  : 20% green bean flour), E (90% kimpul flour : 10%  green bean flour). Results of organoleptic, selected treatment continued with the sensory properties and chemical analysis. Selected treatment in treatment B (60% kimpul flour : 40% green bean flour) has the value most highly favored and panelists. The results of the chemical analysis of the selected kimpul biscuits with chemical composition  with  5.44% moisture content,  ash levels 2,71%, 8.03% protein, fat levels 24.88%, and carbohydrate levels 58,93%..  Key words: biscuits, kimpul flour, green beans flour
PENGARUH MEDIA TANAM TERHADAP PERTUMBUHAN BIBIT JABON MERAH (Anthocephalus macrophyllus (Roxb) Havil) Ilyas, Yusran; Rombang, Johan A.; Lasut, Marthen T.; Pangemanan, Euis F.S.
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ABSTRACT  This research studied the effects of planting media on the growth of red Jabon (Anthocephalus macrophyllus (Havil) Roxb) seedlings. The objective was to determine the effect of several mixtures of soil, sand, and manure as a planting media for growing seedlings of red Jabon. The research was conducted in two months from April to July 2013, using a completely randomized design (CRD). There are 5 treatments of planting media, namely M1, M2, M3, M4, and M5. Each treatment has 5 replications and each replication was planted with one individual plant. Measured variables were plant height, trunk diameter and leaf number Analysis of variance was done and if there was a significantly different among treatments, a folowing LSD test was carried out. Increments of plant height were significantly different at 63 day after planting,(DAP) whereas increments of trunk diameter were significantly different at 49 DAP. Mixtures of soil, sand and manure showed significantly different effects, and adding sand to the soil with relatively high clay content (> 40%) was important to improve air and water circulation in planting media. Keywords: Media Plant, Red Jabon, Growth
PEMANFAATAN TUMBUHAN OBAT OLEH MASYARAKAT DESA TOLIWANG KECAMATAN KAO BARAT KABUPATEN HALMAHERA UTARA Moumou, Filadelfia; Thomas, Alfonsius A.; Kainde, Reynold P.; Nurmawan, Wawan
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ABSTRACT  The traditional use of medicinal plants has been practiced throughout history and passed down through the generations. This research focuses on the use of medicinal plants for traditional treatments in Toliwang village. Data was collected through questionnaires. Respondents are traditional healers (Battra) and based on local names, 14 species of medicinal plants were identified. After identification, red leleko and white leleko was concluded as the same species, resulting in a final count of 13 species distributed across 9 families, which included 8 shrub, 4 trees, and 2 lianas that are used to treat 9 different illnesses.   Keywords: Plant, medicine, traditional, species, perdu, tree, liana.
EVALUASI DUKUNGAN SOSIAL EKONOMI UNTUK REHABILITASI LAHAN DAN KONSERVASI TANAH DI HULU DAS RANOYAPO KABUPATEN MINAHASA SELATAN PROPINSI SULAWESI UTARA Rempas, Robby D.J.; Walangitan, Hengki; Tilaar, Wenny
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ABSTRACT  This study aims to (1) Description the level of socio-economic support for land rehabilitation and soil conservation around the upstream watershed Ranoyapo, (2) analyze the socio-economic factors  and affect the support of farmers on land rehabilitation and soil conservation in the watershed upstream Ranoyapo Minahasa south. This research was conducted in the village of the District Mopolo Ranoyapo, Karowa village and sub-district Toraut New Tompaso and villages Mokobang Modoinding District of South Minahasa District. The variables were observed in this study is the level of support and socio- economic factors that have a relationship and affect support for land rehabilitation and soil conservation.  The techniques of data collection will be done is prasurvey, the initial data collection in order to draft the research proposal. For variable rate of economic and social support relationship socioeconomic factors that affect the support classes were analyzed by assigning weights of 1 to 5 for each answer choice that is in the questionnaire. Total weight of all the answers to the questions will give a classification of the level of support each respondent farmers based on criteria of value support. Furthermore, the relationship socioeconomic factors that affect the support analyzed by non parameterik statistical approach that analyzes Pearson Product Moment assisted with SPSS applications. 3   The results showed the level of socio-economic support in land rehabilitation and soil conservation in the watershed upstream Ranoyapo strong and very powerful. For relationship socioeconomic factors that affect the level of support proved that the age factor of respondents have a relationship or positively correlated with support for land rehabilitation and soil conservation.. Education factor has no significant relationship to the socio-economic support in land rehabilitation and soil conservation. Results of this study resulted in several conclusions, namely: (1) The level of social support for the local economy in land rehabilitation and soil conservation in the watershed upstream Ranoyapo strong and very strong so the chances of success will be achieved. (2). Factor respondent's age has any relationship or positively correlated with support for land rehabilitation and soil conservation in the watershed upstream Ranoyapo whereas education and the status of the land factor not related or correlated with support for land rehabilitation and soil conservation.

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