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PRIMA: Journal of Community Empowering and Services
ISSN : -     EISSN : 25795074     DOI : https://dx.doi.org/10.20961/prima
Core Subject : Agriculture, Social,
PRIMA: Journal of Community Empowering and Services (disingkat PRIMA JCES). Kata-kata PRIMA dalam PRIMA JCES merupakakan singatan dari Pemberdayaan dan Rekayasa Ipteks untuk Masyarakat Agraris. PRIMA JCES (ISSN: 2579-5074) adalah Jurnal yang diterbitkan oleh Fakultas Pertanian, Universitas Sebelas Maret Surakarta. PRIMA JCES mencakup semua hal terkait dengan pemberdayaan masyarakat, termasuk di dalamnya adalah di bidang pertanian. PRIMA JCES berupaya menjadi wadah publikasi kegiatan pemberdayaan dan pengabdian kepada masyarakat, khususnya di bidang pertanian. PRIMA JCES terbit secara online 2 (dua) kali setahun yaitu pada periode Januari-Juni dan Juli-Desember.
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Bimbingan Teknis Pupuk Organik Cair untuk Meningkatkan Produksi Karet Rakyat di Payaraman Barat Kabupaten Ogan Ilir Dwi Setyawan; Dedik Budianta; Warsito Warsito; Satria Jaya Priatna
PRIMA: Journal of Community Empowering and Services Vol 6, No 2 (2022): December
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20961/prima.v6i2.61005

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Technical Assistance Using Liquid Organic Fertilizer for Improving Small-Scale Rubber Production in Payaraman Barat, Kabupaten Ogan Ilir. Liquid organic fertilizer (POC) is getting more attention from users (researchers, farmers, planters and others) because of the various advantages it has. Its manufacture is not too difficult and can use local raw materials ( agricultural waste, market waste or potential household organic waste). One of the advantages is that it can reduce the cost of fertilization. POC can be used to improve soil fertility and it is hoped that in the end it will be able to increase the productivity of rubber plants. This community service activity aims to provide technical guidance on how to make POC in a simple way and then apply it to rubber plants, accompanied by sanitation of the garden environment by cleaning weeds. There are four waste materials or plant materials used to make POC, namely pineapple peel waste, papaya fruit, banana peel and water hyacinth. The material is fermented in a simple reactor made of a gallon or bucket of used paint that is perforated and fitted with a faucet. The fermentation process is assisted by black soldier flies which will come into the reactor by themselves. After two weeks it will begin to produce fermented liquid. After four weeks the liquid is dried in the sun until it turns dark brown and is ready to use. In this activity, doses of 10, 20, 30 or 40 mL of POC were dissolved into 1 liter. The results of the socialization showed that 15 members of the farmer group did not know about POC and were very interested in using it. Preliminary data (n=30) showed a fairly large variation in sap production (59.7±48.6 grams/tree). Some rubber stems do not release sap, and the highest can reach 142.9 grams/tree with an average of 41 to 83 grams/tree. The collection of results is carried out every week according to latex sales. After 4 weeks of application of POC pineapple peel production can reach 165 to 470 grams/tree.
Peningkatan Produksi Sayuran dan Ikan secara Terpadu dalam Sistem Bioflok-Akuaponik di Kelurahan Tanjung Johor Kota Jambi Zulkarnain Zulkarnain; Eliyanti Eliyanti; Budiyati Ichwan; Irianto Irianto; Adriani Adriani
PRIMA: Journal of Community Empowering and Services Vol 6, No 2 (2022): December
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20961/prima.v6i2.58144

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Increasing Production of Integrated-Vegetable and Fish in the Biofloc-Aquaponic System in Tanjung Johor Village, Jambi City. Tanjung Johor is a fish-producing center in Jambi City. However, the biofloc pond of Sekintang Dayo Farmers Group was minimally managed, so the fish yield and the farmer's income is low. The technology that was the potential to be applied was biofloc-aquaponics. Biofloc-aquaponics technology is a technology in agriculture which is integrated vegetable and fish cultivation. This technology was considered adaptive and effective in Tanjung Johor Village because this area was a populated residential area, limited land availability, prone to flooding, and the community still faced food sufficiency problems. The main principle of this technology was to conserve soil and water and increase farming efficiency through the use of nutrients from fish feed residues as a nutrient source for plants, so it is environmentally friendly. The objective of this community service was to overcome problems in the community, especially members of the Sekintang Dayo farmer group, through simple environmentally friendly technology, namely biofloc-aquaponics in integrated fish and vegetable cultivation. This activity used Participatory Rural Appraisal (PRA) method, where members of the Sekintang Dayo Fish Farmer Group interact with each other to identify the problems they face and find appropriate solutions. Group members actively followed, applied, and developed technology of biofloc-aquaponics cultivation. The program evaluation at the final stage of this activity showed an improvement in farmers' understanding and skills from 49.29% to 97.14%. The farmer group members are admitted to develop the knowledge gained and will design their own biofloc-aquaponic device by utilizing existing resources.
Peningkatan Kapasitas Produksi Petani Jamur Tiram Desa Karangpring Melalui Teknologi Alat Pengepres Baglog Dua Tuas Ayu Puspita Arum; Setiyono Setiyono; Gatot Subroto; Wildan Muchlison
PRIMA: Journal of Community Empowering and Services Vol 6, No 2 (2022): December
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20961/prima.v6i2.57649

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Increasing Production Capacity of Oyster Mushroom Farmers in Karangpring Village through Baglog Two-Level Pressing Technology. The production capacity of baglog manually by oyster mushroom farmers in Karangpring Village, Sukorambi District, Jember Regency is 1,250 baglogs/month with a low average productivity of about 625 kg/4 months which is only done by 2 workers. About 25% of the total baglog made had poor oyster mushroom mycelium growth due to the lack of density of baglog so oyster mushrooms could not be harvested. The problem that can be identified is the lack of experienced workers who can properly compact baglog from F3 oyster mushroom seeds. Oyster mushroom baglog that is less dense causes the growth of oyster mushroom mycelia to be inhibited, resulting in decreased productivity. There needs to be empowerment that aims to provide education on the technique of properly compacting the oyster mushroom baglog while at the same time providing assistance with a two-lever baglog press. The method used in this empowerment activity is training and demonstration of the use of a two-lever baglog press. The result of this service activity is that baglog pressing training is carried out with a two-lever baglog pressing machine for oyster mushroom farmers. With this tool, the baglog compaction process is faster with the right density (100%) where previously 25% of the total baglog that was compacted could not be completely compacted if done manually. The production target of F3 oyster mushroom seeds, which was originally very late, became on time with only 2 workers assisted by a two-lever baglog pressing machine. Empowerment of oyster mushroom farmers through training and the provision of a two-lever baglog press was able to increase the production of F3 oyster mushroom seedlings of 10,500 baglog per month with an increase in production efficiency of 573% compared to before using the tool.
Formulation and Application of Organic Fertilizer from Cow Dung to Increase Rice Yield by Applying Sustainable Agriculture Principles in Gantiwarno, Klaten Slamet Minardi; Sudadi Sudadi; Isna Luthfa Haniati; Sidik Pramono; Suryono Suryono
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20961/prima.v6i2.69785

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Livestock Farmer Group Lembu Mulyo was a cattle breeder engaged in livestock farming. Cow dung was a problem for breeders because of the large amount of cow dung that had not yet been utilized, causing air, water, and soil pollution. The Mentoring activity aims to overcome the problems faced by partners by utilizing cow dung waste from Livestock Farmer Group Lembu Mulyo could be used as organic fertilizer by the Farmer’s Group Sri Rejeki to increase rice yield by applying the principles of sustainable agriculture. The Livestock Farmer Group Lembu Mulyo problem could be solved by formulating organic fertilizer using cow dung. Furthermore, it could address the Farmer’s Group Sri Rejeki problem, which is an increasing need for fertilizer to increase rice yield by applying sustainable agriculture principles. The mentoring activity was in collaboration with two partners, namely the Farmer’s Group Sri Rejeki and the Livestock Farmer Group Lembu Mulyo, located in Gesikan Village, Gantiwarno District, Klaten Regency. The method used was socialization and practice. The result of the mentoring activity for formulating organic fertilizer was that the Livestock Farmer Group Lembu Mulyo could formulate organic fertilizer from cow dung, and the Farmer’s Group Sri Rejeki was able to apply an organic fertilizer to increase rice yield. The two partners’ capabilities could overcome problems in the Livestock Farmer Group Lembu Mulyo and the Farmer’s Group Sri Rejeki. In addition to solving the problems of the two partners by formulating organic fertilizers and their application in rice fields also applied sustainable agriculture principles.
Pemberdayaan Kelompok Tani Hutan Sumber Abadi melalui Inovasi Teknik Pembibitan Porang Ramdan Hidayat; Purwadi Purwadi; Purnomo Edi Sasongko
PRIMA: Journal of Community Empowering and Services Vol 6, No 2 (2022): December
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20961/prima.v6i2.59519

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Empowerment of Sumber Abadi Forest Farmer Groups through Innovation of Porang Nursery Techniques. Forest Farmers Group (FFG) Sumber Abadi is located in Panglungan Village, Wonosalam District, Jombang Regency, whose area is 500-750 m asl and daily temperature of 20° C. The conditions of socio-economic need to be improved, considering that their livelihoods depend on forest products and half of the population belongs to the category of pre-prosperous families. Panglungan village has the largest porang area and has the potential for a profitable porang seed business, encouraging farmers to carry out traditional nurseries to fulfill the increasing demand for seeds. Porang is a super strategic commodity and prospectus as a healthy food, low carbohydrates and high fiber, and a high tuber selling price (Rp 10,000,-/kg). Obstacles in the porang nursery business in Panglungan Village, namely: (1) lack of understanding of proper nursery techniques, (2) weak innovation of porang nurseries, (3) lack of understanding of seed supply chain management, and (4) weak of institutional functioning. The aim of the activity is to increase empowerment through innovative porang nursery techniques. Empowerment methods include: (1) training on innovation in porang nursery technology on various seed sources, (2) demonstration plots for porang nurseries, (3) economic empowerment of rural communities, (4) training on marketing porang seeds online. The results of the empowerment of FFG Sumber Abadi showed that there were 2 groups of porang seed breeders who were innovative in seeding techniques and marketing with a volume of more than 2 million seeds that lasted for 5 months.
Pelatihan Pengawetan dan Pembuatan Kulit Perkamen untuk Pemanfaatan Kulit Kelinci pada Perkumpulan Peternak Kelinci Bantul Atiqa Rahmawati; Baskoro Ajie; R. Lukas Martindro Satrio Ari Wibowo; Ragil Yuliatmo; Dwi Wulandari; Sofwan Siddiq Abdullah; Entien Darmawati
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20961/prima.v6i2.64293

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Training on Preservation and Parchment Skins Making for Utilization of Rabbit Skins at Bantul Rabbit Breeders Group. The waste product of rabbit breeders includes rabbit skin. Most rabbit breeders require assistance in processing and utilizing rabbit skin waste. This activity aims to help rabbit breeders get more skilled at recognizing the potential of rabbit skins and developing products from them. Due to this, rabbit skin may have a higher commercial worth. The method used in this activity is participatory counseling, which involves the participants directly in the training activities. The activity is accomplished in three steps: collaboration with the rabbit breeders' group and the neighborhood's head; implementation of the rabbit breeders' training program; and evaluation. The activity results showed that the participants were enthusiastic, interested and provided favorable comments throughout the program. The evaluation results have shown that the instructors scored 85,62 on a scale of 0 to 100 for their performance. This condition shows that the participants can well receive the delivery of material by the instructor. In the evaluation of the organizers as a whole, they got an average of 4.05 (scale 0–5). The results of the average pretest and posttest scores increased from 68 to 77, or around 13.24% of the value. The materials provided throughout training are helpful for rabbit breeders in terms of maintaining rabbit skin and employing rabbit skin in the production of parchment skin.
Diversifikasi Produk Brownies Tempe di Industri Rumah Tangga “BROWNIESTA” Melalui Introduksi Teknologi Tepat Guna Siswanti Siswanti; Setyaningrum Ariviani; Dwi Ishartani; Windi Atmaka; Lia Umi Khasanah
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20961/prima.v6i2.71542

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A small medium enterprise (SME) of BROWNIESTA produces tempeh brownies products and is located in Pengkok Village, Kedawung District, Sragen Regency. The community service activities in 2020 conducted by the service team of Universitas Sebelas Maret (UNS) were proven to increase the production capacity and quality of tempeh brownies. The COVID-19 pandemic impacted the cessation of BROWNIESTA SMEs’ production activities. Along with the improvement in post-pandemic conditions, product demand is increasing. However, the increase in product demand could not be fully handled by BROWNIESTA SMEs. BROWNIESTA SMEs experienced difficulties, such as inadequate production equipment and lacking marketing techniques. BROWNIESTA SMEs must also be maintained through product innovation, such as steamed tempeh brownies production. Hence, this service activity aims to increase production efficiency and capacity, elevate tempeh brownies diversification, and improve product marketing techniques at BROWNIESTA SMEs. The service activities involved the appropriate technology introduction through the following activities: 1) a stand mixer and steamer introduction; and 2) the training of entrepreneurship, information technology (IT)-based marketing, and direct selling strategies. A stand mixer introduction succeeded in increasing brownies’ production efficiency by preventing the repetition of dough production in each batch. Brownies’ production capacity also increased up to 20-25% products/day. The steamer introduction successfully produced steamed tempeh brownies, thus tempeh brownies diversification was accomplished. Several training activities were proven to increase BROWNIESTA SMEs’ knowledge, especially regarding online marketing, by launching their first Instagram account to improve business activities. 
Pemberdayaan Masyarakat melalui Pelatihan Digital Marketing pada UMKM Produk Pertanian di Desa Bodag, Madiun, Jawa Timur Prakoso Adi; Rizka Mulyani; Ardhiana Noor Hanifah Putri; Cindy Intan Saputri; Hanin Alfiyah; Jalasena Reswara Arkananta Widyadana; Khoirul Ma’rifah; Lutfia Nur Khabibah
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20961/prima.v6i2.65249

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Community Empowerment through Digital Marketing Training in Agricultural Product SMEs in Bodag Village, Madiun, East Java. Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) are often faced with problems related to the limited range of product marketing because they only use conventional marketing. One of the solutions is through digital marketing to expand the reach of product marketing and increase product sales. This community service aims to provide knowledge and increase the interest of MSMEs in Bodag Village in developing technology-based businesses through digital marketing, as well as assisting MSMEs in Bodag Village in implementing digital marketing. Digital marketing training and assistance for MSMEs in Bodag Village have been carried out. The training was attended by SMEs Rumah Coklat Bodag, Kopi Laksana SMEs, Kopi Selo Gedong SMEs, Keripik Selo Gedong SMEs, Keripik Pop Krip, and Keripik Kiya. The training begins with increasing MSME knowledge and continues with hands-on practice. From the training results, MSMEs' knowledge of digital marketing has increased from a score of 45.79 to 76.84. Regarding skills, it also showed positive results with indicators of the ability of MSME members in Bodag Village to make catalogues of food products, as well as Instagram and website content for. Both of these are indicators of the successful implementation of this program. In addition, the interest in implementing digital marketing in the marketing process by MSMEs in Bodag Village also indicates that the implementation of the program has succeeded in fulfilling the purpose of doing community service.

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