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STRATEGI PEMASARAN KOPI BIJI SALAK “KOBISA” DI DESA PANGU KECAMATAN RA-TAHAN TIMUR KABUPATEN MINAHASA TENGGARA Ompi, Gabriella F.; Pakasi, Caroline B.D.; Benu, Nortje M.
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35791/cocos.v7i1.11378

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ABSTRACTSoutheast Minahasa Regency, one of the areas in North Sulawesi is a region with a leading sectors namely agriculture sector. Subdistrict Ratahan East is one of the districts in Southeast Minahasa Regency is known as a regional fruit "bark" is specifically located in the village of Pangu. It turned out that the content of this KOBISA has health benefits for the body humans. Many strategies regarding marketing mix 4P made by CV. Culinary Saguer namely: Product, price, place, promotion.Key words: marketing strategy, coffee beans salak, marketing mix
STRATEGI PENGEMBANGAN USAHA KECIL MENENGAH (Studi kasus U.D Tarsius Kelurahan Kinali Kecamatan Kawangkoan) Laloan, Ribka S.; Pakasi, Caroline D.B; Benu, Olfie L.S
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ABSTRACTThe role of small businesses become part foremost in any planning for local development. However, the development effort that has been carried out is still not satisfactory result, because in reality the progress of UKM are seen in comparison with the progress already achieved a great effort. The purpose of this study was identifying the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats U.D Tarsius in business development and to define strategies for UKM development U.D Tarsius.Peanut roaster UD Tarsius Kawangkoan established since 2002, and the condition of UKM them selves do not seem to change significantly from year to year or can be said is still undeveloped, seen the production process, the management comes to marketing that still use traditional materials, see the situation are there then be interesting to be investigated how this business development strategy.The data collection was conducted over three months from November to January 2016 data taken is the primary and secondary data, primary data obtained through interviews to the owner U.D Tarsius and secondary data based on the data that already exists in U.D Tarsius.Research shows that small and medium enterprise development strategy U.D tarsier is the agrisif strategy is to maintain the strength to overcome the weaknesses in it and also have the opportunity and the power to be developed.Keywords : MinahasaABSTRAK
DIFERENSIASI PRODUK DAGING BUAH PALA PADA GRAND MERCIFUL BUILDING Rawis, Bonita L.M.; Talumingan, Celcius; Laoh, Esry H.
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ABSTRACTThis study aims to determine the differentiation to be carried out on meat products nutmeg on Grand Merciful Building and to determine their value-added meat products nutmeg done time after differentiation. This study uses data obtained by direct interview with the manager C.V Novita in Grand Merciful Building. The data used in this study are primary data. Variable-yuang variables measured in penelelitan include four criteria of differentiation according to Kotler form, features, durability, reliability and design. The study lasted from December to January from preparation, data collection, to preparing the results of the research report. The research location is in the city of Manado. The results of this study indicate that the meat product differentiation nutmeg there are six kinds: 1) candied nutmeg divided into three (3) kinds of sweet, spicy, dry, 2) dodol nutmeg, 3) Aseman nutmeg / Ci'um, 4) Candy nutmeg , 5) Butter nutmeg, 6) nutmegsyrup, divided 2 (two) types of palm sugar and white sugar. From the results of 6 product differentiation there is no added value in each product with the highest total added value contained in nutmeg syrup white sugar Rp. 31.43 million in the period of October 2015 and the lowest total added value contained in nutmeg butter products amounted to Rp.76,900.
ANALISIS NILAI TAMBAH AKARWANGI PADA INDUSTRI MINYAK ATSIRI DI KABUPATEN MINAHASA UTARA Kairupan, Grace A; Pakasi, Caroline B.D.; Talumingan, Celsius
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ABSTRACTThis study aims to determine the advantages and value added received by the processing business akarwangi became essential oil.This research has been conducted since December of 2015 until January of 2016 at the X company , located in North Minahasa Regency. Retrieval and data collection included primary data and secondary data. Primary data was obtained from akarwangi crop production effort using questionnaires. Secondary data were obtained from various print and online media as well as from journals and literature relating to this study. Data analysis methods applied in this study, in order to see how the value-added processing of akarwangi into essential oils is the first to use the analysis of business profits and subsequently used analasis value added. The results showed that business processing akarwangi becomes essential oil provides a great advantage, by using the main raw material of akarwangi were harvested from plantation company itself as many as 24. 375 kg can produce 243,75 kg essential oils of akarwangi and the price of essential oil per kilogram is equal Rp. 3,000,000. For the price of akarwangi crops on the market in 2007 approximately Rp. 500 / kg (Indrawanto, 2007) and in 2008 the price reached Rp. 800 / kg (Yuhono 2008), Assuming the price of plant akarwangi rise 6-7% annually then in 2015 the average price of akarwangi plants is Rp. 3000 / kg. Gross revenues derived from the company amounting to Rp. 731 250 000, after deducting expenses totaling Rp. 126.155.000, then the net profit processing business akarwangi in Essential Oils Industry Company X in North Minahasa Regency is Rp. 605.095.000. The biggest cost component is the raw material of Rp. 73.125.000. followed by auxiliary materials costs Rp. 19.750.000. then the depreciation tool cost Rp 16.560.000. and labor costs are determined based on the level of wages that have been agreed, length of work and the number of working days Rp. 12,000,000. as well as a rental fee of Rp. 4,000,000. The lowest cost incurred for cost of electricity is Rp. 720,000. By doing the calculation of value-added analysis, the obtained results of the added value of this business is Rp. 621.905.000 and for the value that is added to the raw material of akarwangi is Rp. 25.514/kg. The amount of added value is derived from the total value added of Rp. 621.905.000 divided by 24. 375 kg amount of raw material akarwangi used and the results is Rp. 25.514/ kg, meaning that for every one kilogram of raw materials akarwangi used can provide additional value of Rp. 25.514. in the production of akarwangi into Essential Oils.
FAKTOR-FAKTOR YANG MEMPENGARUHI ALIH FUNGSI LAHAN PERTANIAN KE NON PERTANIAN DI KABUPATEN MINAHASA UTARA Mokoagow, Marla M.; Pakasi, Caroline B.D.; Tangkere, Ellen G.
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ABSTRACTThis study aimed to analyze the factors influence the conversion of agriculture land to non agriculture in Northern Districts Minahasa. The variables analyzed were total population, the GDP per capita and the number of industries. Data used for ten years from 2005 to 2014. This research was conducted in December 2015 to January 2016, from preparation to preparation of the report. The data used are secondary data obtained from relevant agencies such as the Central Bureau of Statistics North Sulawesi, Northern Districts Minahasa and the Department of Agriculture of Northern Districts Minahasa. Secondary data were collected that the number of inhabitants, the GDP per capita and the number of Northern Districts Minahasa industry with the time series data (time series). Data analysis was performed using the Linear Regression Analysis. Analysis was performed twice. The results of multiple linear analysis first on a variable number of the population, the GDP per capita and the number of industries that don’t get a good result so needs to be re-done with respesifikasi models by removing one of the variables is the variable the GDP per capita. The results of multiple linear analysis after removing the GDP per capita variable indicates that the number of significant effect on the decline of land in Northern Districts Minahasa. The population continues to increase making the demand for real estate increasingly led to the development of the settlement require land that would utilize agricultural land, agricultural land resulting in a downward trend.Keywords : Northern Districts Minahasa, Conversion
PENGUJIAN ORGANOLEPTIK CRACKERS BERBAHAN BAKU TEPUNG PISANG “MULU BEBE” INDEGENOUS HALMAHERA UTARA Fambrene, Lusia M.; Lalujan, Lana; Djarkasi, Georgia S.S.
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Abstrak  Pisang mulu bebe merupakan pisang khas yang banyak dibudidayakan oleh masyarakat Halmahera utara. Crackers adalah salah satu produk makanan yang terbuat dari tepung terigu. Crackers banyak ditemukan di pasar dalam bermacam-macam bentuk dan rasa. Tujuan penelitian yaitu untuk menganalisa tingkat kesukaan panelis terhadap crackers berbahan baku tepung pisang mulu bebe dan tepung terigu berdasarkan rasa, aroma, warna dan tekstur dan melakukan analisis kandungan kimia crackers yang terpilih. Penelitian ini dilakukan selama tiga bulan (Agustus 2015 – November 2015) di laboratorium Ilmu pangan Fakultas pertanian universitas sam ratulangi. Penelitian ini menggunakan metode rancangan acak lengkap (RAL). Berdasarkan hasil penelitian crackers tepung pisang mulu bebe yang paling disukai panelis adalah crackers dengan perlakuan C (50% tepung pisang mulu bebe : 50% tepung terigu) dan kandungan kimia crackers tepung pisang „mulu bebe‟ telah memenuhi standard nasional Indonesia. Kata kunci: pisang „mulu bebe‟, tepung, crackers
BATAS PENGARUH BAGIAN WILAYAH KOTA (BWK) PUSAT KOTA TOMOHON TERHADAP WILAYAH SEKITARNYA Hihola, Aunike; Laoh, Esry H.; Pakasi, Caroline B.D.
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ABSTRACTThis study aimed to analyze the effect of Section Urban Area limits (BWK) Tomohon City Center to other districts in the region of Tomohon and influence to several other surrounding regions, namely, Sonder, South Tondano and Tombariri. This study uses data obtained BPS North Sulawesi, BPS Tomohon, Tomohon City Department of Transportation, damn Global Positioning System (GPS). The data used in this research are secondary and primary data. Variable-variables measured in this study includes the total population (people) and distance (km). In this study, the analysis used is Breaking Point. The study lasted from December to January from preparation, data collection, to preparing the results of the research report. The research location is in Tomohon.The results of this study indicate that the development BWK Tomohon City Center (Central Tomohon) has a limit of influence varies in the surrounding area. BWK Tomohon City Center (Central Tomohon) influence on Eastern Tomohon, Tomohon Barat, Sonder, South Tondano and Tombariri. Northern Territory influence on BWK TomohonTomohon City Centre (Central Tomohon), while South Tomohon same effect on the strength of BWK Tomohon City Center (Central Tomohon). Tomohon overall effect is very significant to the three surrounding area.Keywords: Tomohon City
PENYALURAN KREDIT PT. BANK PERKREDITAN RAKYAT (BPR) MAPALUS TUMATENDEN CABANG TONDANO TERHADAP BIDANG PERTANIAN DI KABUPATEN MINAHASA Rompas, Sintia; Rumagit, Grace A.J.; Loho, Agnes E.
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ABSTRACTThis study aims to determine the development of their loan portfolio to agriculture, knowing hom to analyze the development and distribution of their loan portfolio to agriculture, as well as knowing how BPR face nonperforming loans during loan repayment. The research was conducted at PT. Bank Perkreditan Rakyat (BPR) Mapalus Tumatenden Branch Tondano in Minahasa by taking some data consumer lending, trade, services, industry and agricultural credit in particular. The data is then finalists by using quantitative and qualitative descriptive analysis presented in tabular from. From the results of this research show that rural banks lending to agriculture decreased in 2012 and then increasing the amount of lending in 2014. Achievement in 2014 is the highest increase in lending over the last 5 years for agriculture. In 2011 through 2015 lending to the agricultural sector can not be found non-performing loans, it can be said that the repayment of credit by the client to the BPR runs smoothly. This is due to good performance of PT. BPR Mapalus Tumatenden Branch Tondano in Minahasa in lending to agriculture intencively with supervision and credit assessment.
POPULASI HAMA WERENG HIJAU (Nephotettix spp.) DAN WERENG PUNGGUNG PUTIH (Sogatella furcifera Horv.) PADA TANAMAN PADI SAWAH DI KECAMATAN SONDER KABUPATEN MINAHASA Kesek, Magdalena M.; Pelealu, Jantje; Wanta, Noni N.; Mamahit, Juliet M.E.
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ABSTRACT  The study aims to determine the abundance of green leafhopper (Nephotettix spp.) pest populations and white back planthopper (Sogatella furcifera Horv.) in rice in the District Sonder.  This research was conducted in two villages of Tincep and Kauneran during the six months from November 2014 through April 2015.  This  study used a survey method in rice crops in two villages. Every village observations determined three plots were divided into five subplots of observations for sampling. Research shows that green leafhopper populations in rice cultivation is  highest in the third observation, in the tincep village is 10,40 tail and village kauneran 9,33 tail. Lowest population occurred when the first observation in the Tincep village 5,06 tail and Kauneran 4,13 tail. Whereas the population of white back planthopper in rice crops in highest in the first observation that, in the village of kauneran 6,26 tail and in village Tincep 6,20 tail. Lowest population occurs on the last observation is at kauneran villages 2,20 tail and Tincep village 1,80 tail. Basides  green leafhopper and white back planthopper found also other insects both as pests and natural enemies.
STRUKTUR DAN KOMPOSISI VEGETASI POHON DI STASIUN PENELITIAN HUTAN BRON DESA WAREMBUNGAN KABUPATEN MINAHASA Melalolin, Stenly B.; Lasut, Marthen T.; Tasirin, Johny S.; Kainde, Reynold P.
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ABSTRACT This research was conducted in Bron Research Center in the village of Warembungan, regency of Minahasa, during the months of September, October and November 2015. This research aims to know the structure and composition of tree vegetation with trunk diameters above 20 cm at Bron Research Center. The method used was random plot, where plots were randomly placed within the 50-hectare research location. There were 5 observation plots, each 100x100m large and covering a total area of 5 hectares. Observations collected data on the species and number of individuals for each species in each of the plots. The data was analyzed using three parameters: density and relative density, frequency and relative frequency dominance and relative dominance, and Important Value Index (IVI). Results show that the species with the highest IVI was Palaquium obovatum 66,43%, with 13,2 individuals/ha, and the lowest IVI was Caryota mitis 1.97%, with 0,2 individuals/ha. Keywords: Structure and composition, IVI.

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