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Persepsi dan Interaksi Masyarakat Desa Wawona terhadap Monyet Hitam Sulawesi Rantung, Michael; Tasirin, Johny S.; Kainde, Reynold P.; Pangemanan, Lyndon
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35791/cocos.v6i14.8667

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ABSTRACTPercetion and Interaction of Wawona Wawona Rural Communities to Sulawesi Black MonkeysSulawesi is the largest area in the region which is biogeography walacea a meeting location flora and fauna between the Indo-Malaysia and Australasia (Lee et al, 2001). In North Sulawesi are black monkeys Sulawesi (Macaca nigra). Currently, the existence of black monkeys Sulawesi experienced survival in nature. The main factor is the high intensity of the interference that comes from outside the region, either in the form of disturbance to habitat conversion of forest land into agricultural land as well as on the black monkeys Sulawesi itself in the form of hunting.Wawona village is the village directly adjacent to the Wildlife Manembonembo. The total area of the village of Wawona is 20.5 km2, or 19.01% of the area of the District Tatapaan. There are still many people who capture animals Village Wawona (34%). Although only 6% of the people who catch monkeys Sulawesi black, but most people still eat meat Sulawesi black monkey. Most of the community looked at the forest just as a place to store water (53%) and prevention of flooding (23%) only 9% who considered that forests are important for the survival of animals that includes monkeys Sulawesi black.
SERANGAN HAMA ULAT KROP (Crocidolomia pavonana F.) PADA TANAMAN KUBIS (Brassica oleracea var. capitata L.) DI KELURAHAN KAKASKASEN II, KECAMATAN TOMOHON UTARA, KOTA TOMOHON Badjo, Rany; Rante, Caroulus S.; Meray, Elisabeth R.M.; Assa, Berty H.
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ABSTRACT The study aimed to find out the attacks of caterpillar pests on cabbage crop in the Village of Kakaskasen II, District of North Tomohon, Tomohon.  Research has been conducted on cabbage in the Village of Kakaskasen II, Tomohon.  The study lasted four months, which began in March 2015 until July 2015. The study was conducted by surveys using sampling methods of purporsive sampling.  Cabbage plants showing symptoms were observed.   Cabbage plants with symptoms counted as attacked by caterpillars, although no larvae found.  Data were observed in this study were (i) symptoms of attacks by caterpillar pest on the crop, (ii) the number of part of the plant showing symptoms and no symptoms, (iii) cabbage crop weight.  Parts of plants that were observed for the caterpillar attack were the leaf, the crop, the crop and leave, and the growing point.  The results showed that the percentage of attacks of caterpillar crop of C.  pavonana in Village of Kakaskasen II reached 48.83 percent.  The crop part showed the highest pecent of attack, which was 16.84 percent, followed by the crop and leave parts of 15.24 percent, and then the growing point parts by 13.61 percent, and the lowest was 3.14 percent was found on the leaf part.  The average weight of cabbage crop are attacked by pests caterpillar crop, C. pavonana lower (1.44 kg) compared to cabbage crop is not affected (3.34 kg ). Keywords: Crocidolomia pavonana, Brassica oleracea var. capitata  L., Tomohon.
Kinerja Penyuluh Pertanian Terhadap Kelompok Tani Mega Mendiri Di Desa Kolongan Kecamatan Kalawat Sambeka, Marco M.; Benu, Olfie L.S.; Talumingan, Celcius; Rori, Yolanda P.I.
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ABSTRACT Agricultural extension is one of the school education system that taught farmers effectively and efficiently. Through agricultural extension, farming cummunities equipped with science, skills, the introduction of a new package of technology and innovation in agriculture, cultivation of values or principles agribusiness, creation of human resources with the basic concepts of philosophy diligent, cooperative, innovative, creative, and so on.  The method of data collectionwas doneby usingprimary dataandsecondary data. Primary dataobtainedfrom interviewswithrespondentsusingaquestionnaire thathas been prepared, while thesecondary dataobtainedfrom theoffice ofthe villageassociated withthisresearch.   The results of this study demonstrate the performance of agricultural extension to farmers groups Mega Mandiri in the kolongan village district kalawat based on 9 (nine) indicators that have become benchmarks assessing the success of agricultural extension is good. Key Words : Performance, Agricultural extension, Farmers
Analisis Kepuasan Konsumen Terhadap Atribut Sayuran Organik Di Hypermart Manado Tangkulung, Christi M.; Pangemanan, Lyndon R.J.; Ngangi, Charles R.
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ABSTRACT Formulation of the problem in this research is how the level of customer satisfaction with the attributes of organic vegetables viewed from pricing and product availability, freshness and packing. The purpose of this study was to analyze the level of customer satisfaction with the attributes of organic vegetables viewed from pricing and product availability, freshness and packing. The benefit is to provide information to the company regarding the attributes that need to be considered in improving customer satisfaction with the sales of organic vegetables. Research conducted at Hypermart Manado, where the consumer purchaser of organic vegetables the focus of research, during October 2014 - March 2015. Data collected consist of primary data through direct interviews with consumers and secondary data from information obtained from the company Hyperrmart. 2  Sampling method accidental sampling with 40 respondents / consumer as a sample. The data analysis was conducted by the description in the form of a list of tables and figures. The results showed that in terms of price and availability of products, freshness and packaging reached a total score of collecting data in 2022 where the figure measuring consumer satisfaction index amounted to 67.4% and classified satisfied. This shows that consumers of organic vegetables has had a high awareness of the advantages of organic vegetable products. Keywords: Consumer Satisfaction
STUDI ETNOBOTANI TUMBUHAN DAUN GATAL DI KECAMATAN KWAMKILAMA KABUPATEN MIMIKA Mom, Samuel A.; Langi, Martina A.; Kainde, Reynold P.; Nurmawan, Wawan
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ABSTRACT The objective of this research was to identify the plant species traditionally called as Daun Gatal at Kwamkilama, the district of Mimika. Along with that, the traditional use of Daun Gatal was also studied. Method used in this study was direct observation, interview, and questionnaire. Data were collected gradually that was from heads of village to people recommended by them and so forth. Results show that there are three species (Laportea decumana, Laportea interupta, and Dendrocnide peltata) all belong to family Urticaceae. Furthermore, traditional use of these species were for medicines (of many diseases), stamina booster, hunting, and ethnical coustum.Key words: Daun Gatal plant, Papua, Laportea, Dendrocnide.
ANALISIS DAYA SAING KOPRA DI MINAHASA SELATAN Lumintang, Inra M.; Lolowang, Tommy F.; Pangemanan, Lyndon R.J.
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ABSTRACT  Inra Marsilia Lumintang. Competitiveness of Commodity Copra in South Minahasa Regency, under guidance  of Dr. Ir. Tommy F. Lolowang, MSi as a Chairman, Ir.Lyndon R.J. Pangemanan, ME as a Member.  The objective of this research is to know the competitiveness of commodities copra in the South Minahasa based on competitive advantage and comparative advantage. The benefitsofthis research isas reference material toSouthMinahasaregencygovernmentin formulatingpolicies relating tocopra commodity. Data used include primary data and secondary data.Primary data collectionconductedby interviewoncoprafarmers, especially farmers. While secondary datataken from theagenciesinvolved inthis researchasthe Central Bureauof Statistics, Department of AgricultureandPlantation, andIndustriesandTrade service. Determining the locationof this researchwas done by usingpurposiverandom sampling, where samplesweredetermined by consideringthe location ofa producer ofcoprain theSouth MinahasaRegency ofWestAmurang, su districtTewasen Villagewith10samples. The analysis usedin this research isDescriptiveAnalysis MethodsandPolicyAnalysisMatrix.  Keywords :Competitiveness, Comparative Advantage, Competitive Advantage.
PENUNJANG KEPUTUSAN PENGADAAN INPUT DALAM RANTAI PASOK PENGOLAHAN COKELAT PADA BUMDES “MOTOTOMPIAAN” DESA POYUYANAN Tengor, Shinta M.; Sondakh, Mex L.; Lolowang, Tommy F.
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ABSTRACT Supply Chain Management is an activity that is interconnected and dependence on one another, ranging from ordering raw materials to finished product delivered to the consumer. The goal is the coordination of various activities in the production process and the parties involved. Uncertainties or constraints along the supply chain will make the service meeting the needs of consumers into decline and uninterrupted production process. Need the right decisions especially in the procurement of input because these activities are carried out initial production. Therefore, a decision maker needs a decision support that can help provide a consideration in the decision-making activities. The purpose of this study was to obtain a decision support regarding the procurement of inputs, especially in the selection of the best suppliers and the selection of products with the potential to be developed.The results showed that the selection of suppliers are processed using the Delphi method produces District of North Dumoga as a supplier who has the highest score of 5.4 followed by Kecamatan East Dumoga with a value of 5.2. While the determination of potential products are processed using MPE products Milk Chocolate / Chocolate Trunk as potential products to be developed, with a value of 397 303 882. Keywords :Supply Chain Management , Decision Support , Suppliers , Products.
Perilaku Petani di Sekitar Hutan Lindung Soputan dan Manimporok Kecamatan Ratahan Kabupaten Minahasa Tenggara Masalamate, Palmarum M.; Benu, Olfie L.S.; Pakasi, Caroline B.D.
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ABSTRACT Palmarum Marvel Masalamate. The Farmers Behavior around Soputan and Manimporok Protected Forest, with the adviser Benu Olfie L.S,. as the chief, Caroline B.D. Pakasi. as the member.      The purpose of this research is to determine the behavior of farmers in managing the agricultural area around Soputan and Manimporok protected forest in Kalatin village in the township of North Lowu, district of Ratahan.  This research was conducted for two months from May to Juny 2015.Data collection used survey method which the data was from primary and secondary data.  The sampling used purposive sampling method to 24 respondents (30%) from 80 leaders of family who work as farmers in Kalatin village.From the analysis results obtained many respondents understand the knowledge of the protected forest, well management in agricultural area, and at every level of the respondent action against protected forest, all respondents stated that will help to develop the conservation of protected forest.  Based on the results above, it can be concluded that the farmers in Kalatin village have good behavior and do not spoil in managing and maintaining agricultural area in Soputan and Manimporok protected forest.  Keywords: Behavior, Farmers, Protected Forest.
KAJIAN PEMBUATAN BRIKET ARANG DARI LIMBAH TEMPURUNG PALA ( Myristica fragrans Haitt ) Manialup, Erick; Pangkerego, Freeke; Ludong, Daniel; Pinatik, Herry F.
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ABSTRACT   Charcoal briquettes is solid alternative fuel for oil. This research aimed to evaluate charcoal product from three types of carbonization kiln that used nutmeg shell waste and examine the process of making charcoal briquettes from nutmeg shell waste. The observed characteristics of charcoal briquettes from nutmeg shell waste were  calories value, ash content, and water content. The benefit of this research was producing alternative fuels from renewable agricultural waste into economically valuable products as wells as reducing environmental pollution. This product was charcoal briquettes that could be used for household requirement, small food and beverage industry and canteen.  Key Words: Charcoal Briquet, Nutmeg shell, Carbonization kiln
Identifikasi Proses Pergerakan Massa Tanah Di Desa Rumengkor Kecamatan Tombulu Pakasi, Ginavie A.; Karamoy, Lientje Th.; Tamod, Zetly E.; Montolalu, Maria
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ABSTRACT The study aims to identify the occurrence of mass movement in the village Rumengkor and calculate the volume of soil that experienced mass movement in the village Rumengkor. The research was carried for three months from June to August 2014. Research using survey method with the method of design through several stages which includes the identification of mass movement through the inventory and analysis (taking into account the secondary data and primary data darihasil laboratory analysis and the results of field measurements), then calculate the volume of soil that is moved through the tread design drawings. The identification results of the mass movement of land in the village of Rumengkor shows there has been a process of disengagement from the connective power (cohesion) soil / rock and roots are weak so that the granules soil / rock can be released from his bonds and then a process of transporting / moving to the bottom of the slope by dragging Other grains around it to form a larger mass and settles on the bottom of the slope (98m). Weak holding capacity soil / rock can be caused by a rock that is not compact, the physical properties of the dominant clay soil texture, water break-out properties (permeability) moderate to fast which is supported by high rainfall, the ground cracks, the scarcity of ground cover plants and Volume space land of productive land are lost as a result of mass movement in the village of Rumengkor calculated from the movement of the tread design perspective 7199.25 m3.  Keywords : Land Mass, Cohesion and Permeability

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