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KERAGAMAN JENIS SERANGGA PADA PERTANAMAN STROBERI DI DESA RURUKAN KOTA TOMOHON Soeratman, Estu N.; Wanta, Noni N.; Senewe, Emmy; Tairas, Robert W.
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ABSTRACT This study aims to determine the diversity of insects associated to the cultivation of strawberries in Rurukan village of Tomohon. The sampling method used in this study is a relative method. Insect samples obtained from the arrest through some of pit fall traps and yellow sticky traps, were collected, counted and categorized to be identified. The diversity values calculated using the Shannon-Wiener diversity index (H) and Pielou evenness index (E). The results showed that insects caught in pit fall traps there are four of the Order is the order Hymenoptera, Coleoptera, Diptera and Orthoptera while insects found in yellow sticky traps consists of seven orders of 26 families and 27 species of insects. The seventh order of insects found are of the order Thysanoptera, Diptera, Hymenoptera, Coleoptera, Homoptera. Hemiptera, and Lepidoptera. Insects dominated by the order Diptera comprising 11 species (41%), Hymenoptera 10 species (37%), Hemiptera 2 types (7%) and the order Homoptera, Thysanoptera and Lepidoptera each 1 species (4%). The diversity index value of insects in the first and second observation is H '= 2.46 and H' = 2,45, or in other words that environmental conditions on strawberry plants in the village Rurukan in a state of being. While the value of the Evenness index (E ') to the first observation is E' = 0.79 and the second E '= 0.75. The results showed that the community of insects found on strawberry plants in rural areas Rurukan in stable condition with insects uniform
Perbandingan Pendapatan Petani Kacang Tanah Di Desa Tombasian Atas Kecamatan Kawangkoan Barat Kabupaten Minahasa (Studi kasus : Kelompok tani yang mengikuti dan yang tidak mengikuti penyuluhan pertanian). Eliana, Aling; Ruauw, Eyverson; Porajow, Oktavianus; Montolalu, Maya H.
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ABSTRACT This research was carried on in the village of Upper Tombasian Kawangkoan Western District of Minahasa. The method used in this research is survey method. The data used in this study are primary data and secondary data. Primary data were obtained using the technique of direct interview to the respondents using a questionnaire (questionnaire) as a tool in data collection. As for the secondary data obtained from agencies associated with this research. Analysis of the data used in this research is descriptive analysis and the final results are presented using tables. Addressing the results of this study that the average income of peanut farmers who follow agricultural extension greater than the farmers who do not follow the agricultural extension. Income level peanut farmers who follow agricultural extension Rp. 30.7655 million. While the income levels of farmers who do not follow the agricultural extension Rp. 12.627 million. The difference is due to the income of farmers who follow agricultural extension receive fee waivers in the procurement of inputs, particularly fertilizer use is managed to increase productivity yields and managed to increase the total income of farmers who follow agricultural extension.  Keywords: Farmers Group, Peanut, Agricultural Extension and Revenue
EKONOMI RUMAH TANGGA PETANI KOPI DI DESA PURWOREJO TIMUR KECAMATAN MODAYAG KABUPATEN BOLAANG MONGONDOW TIMUR Lasabuda, Friyantiarno; Mandei, Juliana R.; Baroleh, Jenny; Timban, Jean F.J.
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ABSTRACT Friyantiarno Lasabuda, 080314034, Household Economic of Coffee Farmer in East Purworejo Modayag Distric East Bolaang Mongondow Regency under the guidance of Juliana Mandei as chairman, Jenny Baroleh and Jean Timban as members. This research aims to know how the characteristics of coffee farmer in East Purworejo Modayag Distric East Bolaang Mongondow Regency and how the revenue scheme and expenditure of the coffee farmer in this village. This research wasconducted in East Purworejo Modayag Distric East Bolaang Mongondow Regency. The data used in this study is primary data and secondary data, the primary data obtained from direct interview to 30 respondents of coffee farmer in east purworejo village and the secondary data obtained from related agency. Data are analyzed descriptively and presented in tabular form. The results showed that the income of coffee farmers in East Purworejo revenue comes from three sources, which is: coffee farming, farm income other than coffee, and income outside of farming, while household farmers expenditure is divided into three, which is food consumption expenditure, consumption expenditure non-food production and production investment and education. Coffee as the main agricultural commodity in this village with a large production costs are not capable of providing significant advantages over the life of farmers so that farmers seek other alternatives to cover household needs From this research, farmers in the East Purworejo to meet the needs of households consisting of consumption of food, non-food and investment. To cover the needs of farmers in this village not only rely on coffee farming as a main source of income but rather cultivate other crops and professions outside of farming in order to be able to cover the needs of farm households. Keywords : household economic, revenue and expenditure
PARASITISASI Diadegma semiclausum Hellen (HYMENOPTERA: ICHNEUMONIDAE) PADA HAMA Plutella xylostella (LEPIDOPTERA; PLUTELIDAE) DI TOMOHON Bakri, Michael S.N.; Dien, Moulwy F.; Kandowangko, Daisy S.
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ABSTRACT  Cabbage moth (diamondback moth), Plutella xylostella (Lepidoptera: Plutellidae) is a major pest that is very damaging on plant family Brassicaceae, especially cabbage plants. The study aims to determine parasitation P. xylostella in cabbage planting and Brassiscae area in Tomohon. This study uses survey at four locations in Tomohon, namely Rurukan village, Kumelembuay village, Wailan village and Kakaskasen Two village. Results of the study was only found one type of parasitoids that attack Plutella xylostella in the Tomohon city. Identification results showed that parasitoids that attack the larvae / pupae of P. xylostella is Diadegma semiclausum. The average percentage of parazitation D. semiclausum against P. xylostella in Tomohon highest found in location of Rurukan village (82.01%), Kumelembuay village (76.58%), Wailan village (73.37%) and the lowest in the Kakaskasen Two village (71.94%).  Key word : Cabbage, Plutella xylostella, Diadegma semiclausum
PENGATURAN JARAK TANAM PADI (ORYZA SATIVA L.) PADA SISTEM TANAM JAJAR LEGOWO Karokaro, Sakti; Rogi, Johannes E.X.; Runtunuwu, S. David; Tumewu, Pemmy
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ABSTRACT The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of plant spacing on growth and yield of paddy Legowo row planting system. The study was conducted in South Minahasa District, District Tompaso New, Village Torout for 4 months from April - August 2014 in this study used materials rice seed Bulawan, taken from the village of Torout (one's own). Research was conducted using a randomized block design (RAK) with 5 treatments spacing grown using Legowo row planting system 2: 1. Each treatment was repeated four times, namely 1) 20 x 20 cm (control), 2) 20 x 20 cm, 3) 20 x 25 cm, 4) 20 x 30 cm, 5) 20 x 35 cm. Using the method of using the F test and if there is a treatment effect followed by a test of Least Significant Difference (LSD) at 5%. Spacing of rice that gives the best results are rice treated with a spacing of 20 x 25 cm Legowo row planting system. Keywords :jajar legowo, rice
KAJIAN PENYIMPANAN DINGIN TERHADAP MUTU JAGUNG MANIS (ZEA MAYS, SACCARATA) Halid, Husni; Rawung, Handry; Longdong, Ireine A.
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Abstract Sweet corn (Zea mays, saccarata) started and already recognized in Indonesia for a long time. Developing market demand for sweet corn continues to grow which trigger the sweet corn farming. Sweet corn distribution must be done as soon after it cultivated so that the sweet corn will taste sweet and it will decrease within 48 hours later (Rodja, 2009). Based on that statement, it is necessary to do research study titled cold storage of sweet corn. This study aims to determine the sugar content during storage, to calculate the weight of sweet corn during storage and observe the color change of sweet corn during storage. The results showed that the amount of decrease in sugar content during storage in the freezer is 0.1754% - 0.2842% and decreased levels of sugar stored at a temperature of space is 0.3859% - 0.4350%. Sugar level drops very visible in the storage room at a temperature of sweet corn, which decrease levels of sugar in the freezer is not as big as the decline of sweet corn were stored at a temperature of space.
KAJIAN PEMBUATAN BRIKET BIOARANG DARI LIMBAH KULIT DURIAN DENGAN KOMBINASI SERUTAN KAYU dan TEMPURUNG KELAPA Langkai, Robert P.; Pangkerego, Freeke; Pinatik, Herry F.
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ABSTRACT The objectives of this research is to learn the proccess of making charcoal and the yield of charcoal from the waste of durian’s leather, wood’s savings, coconut shell, the combination of waste durian’s leather and wood shavings (1:1), the combination of weste durian leather and coconut shell (1:1), the combination of waste durian leather and wood shavings (2:1) and the combination of waste durian leather and coconut shell (2:1) that is the testing of briquettes burned power and residual ash which has burnt-out. This research is use complete Random Plan Method, to analyze the yield of charchoal and the time of making charcoal, briquettes burned power, the time of heating 1 litre water till it’s boil and residual ash of briquettes which has burnt-out. The result of research show that the average time of making charcoal process of waste durian leather and coconut shell is the same that is 960 seconds, while making charcoal on shavings wood has the average time 980 seconds. This case is also given the bright difference towards the result of yield charcoal. The result of briquettes burned power on seven treatment shows that the briquette of waste durian leather, coconut shell, the combination of waste durian leather and coconut shell (1:1) and the combination of waste durian leather with coconut shell (2:1) is the best because it has the quick average in heating 1 litre water that is 1140 seconds, while the quick average of burnt-out on C treatment or coconut shell briquettes that is 208,800 seconds and has briquettes rendual ash which has burnt-out is smallest that is 2.77%.  Keywords : Aktif charcoal briquettes, durian lether , shavings wood and coconut  shell.
Serangan Hama Penggerek Cabang Mangga (Rhytidodera sp.) (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) di Kelurahan Manembo-Nembo Kota Bitung Walalangi, Mieke; Tulung, Max; Kaligis, James B.; Rante, Caroulus S.
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ABSTRACT  The study aims to determine the percentage of the branch borer attack on mango crops in the village of Manembo-nembo, Bitung.  The study lasted for six months, from July 2014 to December 2014. The study was conducted by surveys with purporsive sampling.  On plant mango, symptoms were observed branches showing on that were attacked and not attacked.  Mango crop was considered infected if found bored sign on branches. Observations were made on three types of mangoes namely Mango Manalagi, Arumanis, and Lilin, in which observations were conducted four times. The results showed that the mango crops Manembo-nembo were attacked by borer branches, Rhytidodera sp. The highest percentage during the four observations found on Arumanis Mango attack plants by 21.44% in the first observation, Manalagi of 16.20% at the first observations and the lowest of 9.28% on Lilin Mango in the fourth observation.  Keywords : Manggo Arumanis, Manalagi,  Lilin  Rhytidodera sp.
ANALISIS KEUANGAN (STUDI KASUS DI INDUSTRI PENGOLAHAN COKELAT BUMDes “MOTOTOMPIAAN” DESA POYUYANAN KECAMATAN PASSI BARAT KABUPATEN BOLAANG MONGONDOW) Alhabsyi, Rahmawati; Pangemanan, Paulus A.; Ruauw, Eyverson
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ABSTRACT Financial statement analysis method to determine the performance of companies in a particular period. One of the methods of analysis used are ratio analysis. The analysis reveals the ratio of the elements in the financial statements. Figures from this analysis can show the activity of the company in the state is profitable or not. To measure the final results of the operation of a company can use the profitability ratio, of the value of this ratio can be in the know the strengths and weaknesses which is owned by businessman (businessman). The ratio may provide an indication of whether the company has sufficient cash to liabilities finasialnya or not enough. The purpose of this study was to determine the financial condition of the industry by using the Ratio Profitability and profitability of the chocolate manufacturing industry BUMDes "Mototompiaan".      Profitability Ratio of Gross profit margin measurement results show that in the year 2013 and 2014 hasilnnya above the industry average. This means that the company is in good condition. But for the measurement results Net profit margins, ROI and ROE, shows that in the year 2013 and 2014 results are below the industry average. This means that the industry is not effective in getting benefits because the production process is only dependent on demand or production is not continuous or financial condition of the state is not good. Keywords : Analysis Of The Financial, Ratio Profitabiliy
STRATEGI BERTAHAN HIDUP (LIFE SURVIVAL STRATEGY) BURUH TANI DI DESA TOMBATU DUA UTARA KECAMATAN TOMBATU UTARA Kumesan, Finna; Ngangi, Charles R.; Tarore, Melissa L.G.; Pangemanan, Paulus A.
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ABSTRACT This study aimed to describe a survival strategy Peasants in theVillage of North Tombatu Two District North Tombatu. The research was conducted during the five months from January to May 2015 in the Village of North Tombatu Two District North Tombatu. The data used in- clude the primary and secondary data. Primary data collection using a list of questions prepared in the form of the questionnaire, while secondary data taken from the agencies - agencies in- volved in this research that North Tombatu Two Village Office. Sampling that all members of the population of Peasants. Samples were taken for one week a total of 32 heads of families. The analytical method used is Descriptive Analysis.The results showed that with low income farm workers they can still survive. By working odd jobs to supplement their income farm workers even though only enough to meet basic needs. The most dominant strategies used by farm work- ers is Controlling Food Consumption and spending that is by utilizing all available resources to suppress expenditure. Farm workers often received help from neighbors or nearby relatives, be- sides the majority of farm workers received help from the government, so it helps in meeting dai- ly needs - today and for membiyayai child's school. The participation of farmers in gathering al- so help farmers to cope with a sudden need and to build a house.  Keyword : Life Survival, hodge, life necessities

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