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PENGARUH ZEATIN TERHADAP MULTIPLIKASI TUNAS EKSPLAN NODUS PADA TANAMAN KRISAN VARIETAS KULO DAN PUSPITA NUSANTARA Saburu, Deivi V.; Polii, Bobby; Pinaria, Arthur; Tilaar, Wenny
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ABSTRACTThis study aims to determine the effect of zeatin on shoot multiplication of explants nodesat Kulo and Puspita Nusantara varieties of chrysanthemum plant. Characters observerdwere time of shoots formation, number of shoot, number of leaf and number of root. Theresearch was conducted in the Laboratory of the Faculty of Agriculture, University ofSam Ratulangi for three month starting from July 2015 until October 2015.The researchwas designed using a completely randomized design with four treatments. Each treatmentwas repeated three time.Data was analyzed using variance analysis and Least SignificantDifference was used to differentiate the treatment. The result showed that the Zeatintreatment was significant difference on time of shoots formation, number of shoot andnumber of root at Kulo variety. Whereas, the Zeatin treatment was not significantdifference on number of shoot and number of leaf at Puspita Nusantara variety.Application of 0,5 ppm Zeatin concentration result the highest number of shoots, numberof leaves, number of roots on Kulo and Puspita Nusantara variety. Application of 0,5 ppmZeatin concentration and control resulted the fastest of time of shoots formation on Kuloand Puspita Nusantara variety.
EVALUASI KESESUAIAN LAHAN UNTUK TANAMAN PINANG (Areca catechu) DI DAS REMU, SORONG , PAPUA BARAT Korwa, Fernando D.; Husain, Jailani; Titah, Tilda; Supit, Joice
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ABSTRACTThe purpose of this study was to determine the land suitability for areca nut (Areca catechu) in Remu watershed, Sorong, West Papua Province. This research uses descriptive method comprising of survey and map overlay. This research was conducted in the field and the GIS laboratory, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Sam Ratulangi. The research was conducted during ± 4 months, namely from January to April 2015. It was revealed that within 5771.74 ha of suitable area, 2581.76 ha area was classified as the most suitable, 898.7 ha as fairly suitable, and 1730.57 ha as marginally suitable. In addition, 509.78 ha area was evaluated as presently not-suitable and 50.93 ha as permanently not suitable. Further study is required as to provide more specific site information on land suitability for areca nut in the study area.Keywords : GIS, land suitability, areca nut
PENGGUNAAN BAP DAN KINETIN PADA INDUKSI TUNAS DARI PROTOCORM ANGGREK DENDROBIUM (DENDROBIUM SP) PADA KULTUR IN VITRO Bakar, Meklin; Mandang, Jeany; Kojoh, Deanne; Demasabu, Sofia
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ABSTRACTThis research aims to understand the influence of the use of the dossier onBAP and Kinetin induction shoots from protocorm dendrobium orchid (dendrobium Sp)Conducted in the laboratory biotechnology Faculty Agriculture University SamratulangiManado for 4 months from from june until September 2015. The research uses randomdesign complete with treatment K(kontrol), B1( ms + 1 ppm ) dossier, B2( ms + 2 ppm )dossier, B3( ms + 3 ppm ) dossier, K1 (ms + 1 ppm kinetin ), K2 ( ms + 2 ppm kinetin ),K3 ( ms + 3 ppm kinetin ) and repeated as much as 3 times. Data analyzed by of varianceand continued with BNT 5% (test different real smallest).Treatment 3 ppm BAP had have real impact on higher plants and number of leaves. Thehighest plants that is 1.676 cm across get in treatment BAP 3 ppm while plants the lowestin BAP 2 ppm namely 0.500 cm. Number of leaves most found in BAP 3 ppm namely9.81 and number of leaves at least found in BAP 2 ppm namely 4.56, treatment BAP andKinetin has not been affecting the long the leaves of an orchid dendrobium.
PENGAMBILAN KEPUTUSAN KONSUMEN DALAM BERBELANJA BAHAN PANGAN Rumbayan, Steven A.; Laoh, Esry O.; Loho, Agnes E.; Ngangi, Charles R.
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ABTRACTThe purpose of this research is knowing consumer decision making in foodstuff trade in Teling Community, Wanea District, Manado City and as additional benefit of knowledge and information about consumer decision making foodstuffs trade. This study used primary data and secondary data. The sourced of primary data obtained from interviews with respondent by questionnaire, secondary data taken from Teling district office, Wanea District, Manado City. The Sampling taken by purposive sampling, 45 respondent and analyzed using qualitative descriptive. The research result showed that foodstuffs that always buy in the modern market were sugar, eggs, milk, chicken, beef, cooking oil and fruits, while in traditional market were rice and vegetables, then the most frequent visiting place was modern market with the number of respondents 27 people or 60%, while in traditional market as many as 18 people or 40%. The reason respondent to buy in modern market is : 1). Product quality in assured because the respondent perceive that quality of products in modern market better than traditional market. 2). Cleanliness, because the modern market has a janitor who always there. 3). Neatness, because the modern market already neatly packed for each product they wanted. 4). Using packaging, because the product using packaging make respondent feel the product to buy is clean. Whereas the reason respondent choosing to buy in traditional market is : 1). The cheaper price, because respondent viewed the priced in traditional market cheaper than modern market. 2). Fresher, the fact product in traditional market more fresher compared than modern market. 3). For who have enough money because the high income, respondent would choose a good product because better product get higher price.Keyword : Consumer decision making, Modern Market, Traditional Market,
INSIDENSI PENYAKIT BUSUK HITAM PADA TANAMAN BROKOLI (Brassica oleracea var. Italica) DI TOMOHON Lumoly, Fei Sie; Senewe, Emmy; Manengkey, Guntur S.J.
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ABSTRACKThis study aims to determine the symptoms, and incidence of black rot in broccoli. This research was conducted at multiple centers Tomohon on planting broccoli, namely in the Village Kakaskasen, Village and Village Kinilow Paslaten. The study lasted for 3 months that is April to June 2016. The research method was conducted in two places, namely the laboratory of Microbiology and Plant Pathology, Faculty of Agriculture Unsrat Manado and in the location of planting broccoli. This study uses a survey in the field with a purposive sampling and the object of research is the broccoli plants owned by farmers. Observations were carried out six times at intervals of one week. The first observation to a third observation is the observation of the broccoli plant vegetative phase, and the fourth to sixth observation is the observation of the broccoli plant generative phase. The results of this study show early symptoms of infectious disease-causing black rot in broccoli in the vegetative phase is there are yellow spots shaped like the letter V on leaves of broccoli, the area spotting eventually dries and turns brown and then fall, patches can then be spread to all leaves and plants. In the generative phase are rotten and black color on the mass of broccoli flowers. The incidence of infection causes black rot disease in plants of broccoli in the field showed differences in incidence of the disease in each sample location. The average incidence of black rot disease infection highest in the vegetative phase is in the Village Kakaskasen is 67.0% and the lowest incidence is in the Village Kinilow namely 28.7%, while on the generative phase is Village Kakaskasen highest incidence is 44% and the lowest incidence is Kinilow Village of 16.3%
“Bokashi Effect of Fertilizer on the Growth Of Rice Production Methods and SRI (System Of Rice Intensification)” Londong, Arnoldus; Sompotan, Saartje; Tumewu, Pemmy; Porong, Jelly V.
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ABSTRACTThis study aims to memgetahui Bokashi fertilizer influence on the growth and production of rice using the SRI (System Of Rice Intensification) held at the Village Taratara the West Tomohon sub district for 5 months from July to December 2014. The study used randomized block design with treatment A (5 ton Bokashi / ha), B (10 ton Bokashi / ha), C (15 ton Bokashi / ha), D (20 ton Bokashi / ha) and repeated 4 times to obtain 16 experimental plots. Data were analyzed by analysis of variance followed by LSD (Least Significant Difference) at 5% level.The results showed that the use of Bokashi fertilizer to increase rice production SRI method. Dose of 15 ton / ha of fertilizer bokhasi provide the highest SRI method of paddy production.Keyword: Bokashi, peddy,SRI Method (System Of Rice Intensification)
PARTISIPASI MASYARAKAT DALAM KEGIATAN PROGRAM NASIONAL PEMBERDAYAAN MASYARAKAT (PNPM) MANDIRI PERKOTAAN DI KELURAHAN TELING TINGKULU Welang, Meily N.; Porajouw, Oktavianus; Laoh, Esry H.
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ABSTRACTThe study aims to describe the community participation in the activities of the National Program for Community Empowerment in Urban Village TelingTingkulu.Researchers took data onTalud development activities in the Village TelingTingkulu.This study was conducted over 6 months,since november 2015 until the month of May 2016.The data used in this research is secondary data, the data obtained from the district office TelingTingkulu and primary data were retrieved through a list of questions or keusioner.Analysis of the data used in this research is descriptive analysis in tableand text.The results showed that community participation in the planning stages in the PNPM activities that exist in the Village TelingTingkulu classified as active by providing feedback and suggestions about the activities that will be created.While community participation in the implementation phase of the community to contribute through energy, building materials, administration and even soil and plants they have.Key Word : Participation, PNPM, Teling Tingkulu
INSIDENSI PENYAKIT BUSUK BUAH PADA TANAMAN PALA (Myristica fragrans H) DI KECAMATAN LEMBEH SELATAN ( Najoan, Yunita S.; Ratulangi, Max M.; Senewe, Emmy
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ABSTRACTThis research aims to study the incidence of black pod disease in plants nutmeg (Myristica fragrans H) in the district of South Lembeh for 3 months ie from January to April 2015. Laboratory studies conducted at the Laboratory of Microbiology and Plant Pathology, Faculty of Agriculture Unsrat Manado and in the field, namely in Subdistrict South Lembeh.Research in the laboratory to determine the fungal pathogen nutmeg pod disease while in the field to determine the incidence of the disease is carried out in the village Papusungan, Kelapa Dua village, village Mawali. To study the incidence of the disease by the method of survey and sampling deliberate on nutmeg experiencing symptoms of dry rot and wet rot.Dried fruit rot disease symptoms in the nutmeg that is, the fruit of pain at first seem small, round spots, the center line of approximately 0.3 cm, this part is brown and settles (concave). The results showed that the characteristic of fungal pathogens causing rot diseases dried fruit on nutmeg in District Lembeh Southern namely Stigmina myristicae, observation of this fungus directly seen in the fruit field diseased fruit rot dried and identified under a microscope. the symptoms of fruit rot disease wet first emerged at the base of the fruit, the affected part color becomes brown, spotting developments rapidly that within a few days its center line has reached 2.5 cm, fruit ill not be concave. the disease is caused by the fungus Colletotrichum gloeosporioides, this fungus konidium greenish brown, oval-shaped.The results of the study the incidence of rot diseases caused by pathogenic fungi, in the field there is a difference incidence of black pod disease caused by a fungal pathogen at different locations, highest average incidence of dried fruit rot 7.90%, and 12.27% wet rot.Key Words : Incidence, Rotten Fruit , Nutmeg
KELAYAKAN USAHA GULA AREN DI KAWASAN PENDUKUNG KOTAMOBAGU Rompas, Stivani; Laoh, Esry H.; Kapantouw, Gene
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ABSTRACTThis study aims to determine the feasibility of palm sugar in Poopo rural districts east passi. This study was conducted over six months from December until may 2016. This study uses census the number of entrepreneurs in the village Poopo palm suger is 7 and deliberatel chosen as respondents. The date used in the study are primary data and secondary, data primary data obtained through direct observation spaciousness and conduct interviews with farmers using a list of guestions (guestionnaires) that had been prepared. Secondary data were obtained from the agencies involved in this study. Analysis of the data used in this research is descriptive analysis.The result of this research showed that if the raw material of sugar palms not taken into account in cost of production and operating income sugar palms in the village poopo experienced a profit of 146.536/farmers and the day by R/C 2.55Key word : feasibility, business, supports, Kotamobagu

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