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SINTA Journal (Science, Technology, and Agricultural)
ISSN : 27212637     EISSN : 27217892     DOI : https://doi.org/10.37638/sinta.1.1.1-6
SINTA JOURNAL is published by Perkumpulan Dosen Muda Bengkulu PDM Bengkulu and distributed twice a year. SINTA JOURNAL is dedicated to researchers and academic intent on publishing research, scientific thinking, and other original scientific ideas. SINTA JOURNAL is an international, open access, peer reviewed and evidence based scientific journal published by PDM Bengkulu. The article published in the SINTA JOURNAL is the author original work with a broad spectrum of topics. Detailed scopes of articles accepted for submission are SINTA JOURNAL includes a wide range of tropical agricultural fields and disciplines to create a platform for the authors to make their contribution towards the journal and the editorial office promises a peer review process for the submitted manuscripts for the quality of publishing. The scopes of the journal include, but are not limited to, the following fields Agronomy, Horticulture, Plant Breeding, Soil Sciences, Plant protection, Plant Ecology, Plant Biotechnology, Crop Sciences, Agricultural Statistics, Bioinformatics, Agribusiness, Agroindustry, Forestry and Environmental Sciences, Animal Husbandry, and Marine Sciences. The journal is published in both print and online versions, and the online version is available for free.
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THE EFFECTIVENESS OF USING HARVESTING MACHINES (COMBINE HARVESTER) IN RICE HARVESTING IN BOJONEGORO REGENCY Badiatud Durroh
SINTA Journal (Science, Technology, and Agricultural) Vol 1, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37638/sinta.1.1.7-13

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Rice harvesting in Indonesia is currently still dominated by human labor using a very high workforce, approximately 40% of the use of labor for intensive rice. Besides labor problems, cultural problems are also caused by the high loss of rice harvest in the paddy fields, where the postharvest shrinkage rate is 20%. The study was conducted in the Bojonegoro district in 2019, which was represented by several regions as samples, which were selected by cluster sampling based on sub-districts. This research uses a combination of Analytical Survey Method and Descriptive Survey Method. The results showed that the effectiveness of using the highest rice harvester in Bojonegoro Regency was 58%. Based on the ratio of the effectiveness of production to the effectiveness of using a combined rice harvester, the percentage is above 100% and is categorized as less effective. This is because the performance of the Combine Harvester tool is greatly influenced by the condition of the land at harvest, which at harvest time conditions of waterlogged land greatly affect the movement of tools on the land and the speed of the tool at harvest due to muddy soil conditions can make the speed and movement relatively slow tool. The impact of the use of combining technology on community income in Bojojnegoro Regency was 14,600,000 rupiah/ha (36.04%) with R / C criteria 1, then the farming experienced benefits because the revenue was greater than the expenditure. It is hoped that the government will continue to strive for the equalization of rice harvester combine harvester machines because this technology can increase the income of farmers.
Typology Analyses and Strategic Stakeholders’ Mapping Using Network on Integrated Crops-Livestock Farming Systems Deny Anjelus Iyai; I Widayati; H Fatem; D Nurhayati; M Arim; H Monim; H Mofu; A Baaka; M L Orisu; D T.R Saragih; Y Syufi; O Yoku; J Woran; W Y Mofu; S Y Randa; D Sawen; A R Ollong; M Baransano; D Seseray; A G Murwanto; A Yaku; D D Rahardjo
SINTA Journal (Science, Technology, and Agricultural) Vol 1, No 2 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37638/sinta.1.2.53-64

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Stakeholders and their networks play prominent roles in developing the agricultural sector. For instance, the economic, social, and environmental indicators of farms are sustained by the involvement of stakeholders and other relevant parties. Therefore, exploring the importance and roles of actors has become strategic and vital to recognize. This research aims to determine the strategic stakeholders' typology and mapping using their network analyses on integrated crops-livestock farming systems in West New Guinea. The study was carried out in Manokwari using the focus group discussion on twenty various represented individuals, groups, and mass institutions. The queries discussed were based on background, resources delivery, inter-connectivity amongst actors, intervention, and innovation. The result showed that the stakeholders in mixed crop-livestock are dominated by individuals' that privately manage the farms officially in accordance with the laws. The result also showed that the farming systems in West New Guinea, experience real threats which need to be lowered to mitigate the turn-back effect. The top five shared resources are access, satisfaction, power, knowledge, and time allocation. These resources tend to stay longer to sustain the strong needs of the farms, which are dominated by positive similarity with varying ranges of correlation ranging from negative, neutral to positive. This is because the stakeholders are reluctant to deliver the intervention and innovation, therefore, those with low interest and power need to be promoted to high interest and power by using aids, guidance, and services from each actor in the mixed crop-livestock farms business.
NATURAL ZPT EFFECT ON GROWTH AND PRODUCTION OF SHALLOT (ALLIUM ASCALONICUM L) Enny Mutryarny
SINTA Journal (Science, Technology, and Agricultural) Vol 1, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37638/sinta.1.1.19-27

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The purpose of this research is to know the influence of the natural ZPT to the growth and production of onion plants as well as to find out the best of 5 naturally tested treatments. Based on the research that has been carried out the results that the administration of ZPT naturally against the growth of red onions has a noticeable effect on the number of bulbs, fresh weight bulbs and dry weight bulbs. However, no real effect on the high observation parameters of plants and the number of leaves. Natural shallot treatment ZPT is best compared to 4 other treatments. Which gives the growth and production of the most excellent shallots 
POST-COAL MINING LAND SUITABILITY BASED ON FOOD PROVIDER ECOSYSTEM SERVICES DATA IN TANAH LAUT REGENCY Riena Arrizqi Muhardini; Dienny Redha Rahmani; Kiky Permana Setiawan
SINTA Journal (Science, Technology, and Agricultural) Vol 1, No 2 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37638/sinta.1.2.65-70

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Activities before and after coal mining have both positive and negative impacts. So this requires a change in post-mining function, where post-mining land can become a useful or productive area. This study uses qualitative research methods. Data collection techniques are by observing the existing conditions of post-coal mining land. Other data collection comes from data on ecosystem services for food providers in Tanah Laut Regency. The analytical method used is descriptive qualitative. It can be concluded that post-coal mining land in Tanah Laut Regency has the potential to become agricultural and plantation areas. The review is based on data on ecosystem services that provide food, namely the form of land is classified as medium, which means that the land can be used for food needs, taking into account land-use methods.
ASSEMBLY OF HIGH PRIVATE VARIETY CHILI: GENETIC VARIABILITY AND HERITABILITY GROWTH CHARACTER AND RESULTS Eko Fransisko
SINTA Journal (Science, Technology, and Agricultural) Vol 1, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37638/sinta.1.1.14-18

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Limitations in obtaining superior varieties of red chili that are suitable to be planted in the highlands are one of the causes of the low yield of red chili in Rejang Lebong Regency. However, the availability of red chili germplasm as a genetic resource (SDG) in Rejang Lebong Regency is a good potential to be utilized to overcome problems in increasing the yield of red chili plants through the assembly of superior varieties. Assembling superior varieties of red chili has been done by researchers in order to get the desired plant character. This study aims to obtain information on the variability and heritability of growth character and yield of 18 red chili varieties in Rejang Lebong Regency. This research activity is the initial activity of developing the potential of germplasm that will be carried out so as to be able to overcome the problems in increasing the production of red chili in Rejang Lebong Regency. A series of research activities will produce superior varieties of red chili specifically for the highlands. The material used in this study was eighteen (18) varieties of chilli collections from various regions. The experimental design used was a Complete Randomized Block Design (RCBD) with a single factor, namely red chili plant varieties. The red chili varieties to be investigated for genetic variability and heritability in this study amounted to 18 and each treatment was repeated three times. The results showed that the highest estimated heritability was indicated by the leaf width variable at 96.69% and all observed variables had broad genotypic and phenotific variability.
POTENTIAL DEVELOPMENT of GOAT Mohamad Jen Wajo; Stepanus Pakage; Denny Anjelus Iyai; Novyanti Novyanti
SINTA Journal (Science, Technology, and Agricultural) Vol 1, No 2 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37638/sinta.1.2.71-80

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The main objective of this research was tostudythe potential of goatlivestock developmentinthe Districtof BomberayWest Papua. Descriptivestudy was conductedusingsurvey and interviews. The results showedthat theBomberay area has potential for goat development. This can be seen from land availability, sufficient and for age available production, knowledge and motivation levels,kept farmers ranchers, as well as provide economic benefits tofarmers. Breedof goats warenative goatsand cross breed of Etawa goat. Production and reproductive performance was quite good.The main objective of this research was tostudythe potential of goatlivestock developmentinthe Districtof BomberayWest Papua. Descriptivestudy was conductedusingsurvey and interviews. The results showedthat theBomberay area has potential for goat development. This can be seen from land availability, sufficient and for age available production, knowledge and motivation levels,kept farmers ranchers, as well as provide economic benefits tofarmers. Breedof goats warenative goatsand cross breed of Etawa goat. Production and reproductive performance was quite good.
CHINESE VEGETABLE GARDEN FARMERS RESPONSE ON AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION OF VEGETABLE COMMODITIES IN PANTAI CERMIN DISTRICT SERDANG BEDAGAI, NORTH SUMATERA PROVINCE Cherly M. Butar-Butar; Tience E. Pakpahan; Arie Hapsani
SINTA Journal (Science, Technology, and Agricultural) Vol 1, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37638/sinta.1.1.28-39

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The Indonesian consists of various ethnic and cultural groups both native, one of them is Chinese. Most of their professions are traders. In the area of Pantai Cermin District, Serdang Bedagai Regency, North Sumatra Province, there are still many Chinese etnics who live and work as farmers. They are called Chinese Vegetable farmers. The purpose of research was to determine percentage of response Chinese Vegetable farmers in agricultural extension and to determine the factors influencing the response of Chinese Vegetable farmers in extension of vegetable agricultural commodities in Pantai Cermin District, Regency Serdang Bedagai. This research method is quantitative descriptive analysis, with variables: knowledge, experience, learning needs, cultural values, innovation attributes, communication channels, and socio-cultural environment. Based on the response rate of Chinese farmers for level of production and income is high category. Where the value of farmers 'responses to production levels is 69.52%, while the value of the components of farmers' responses to income levels is 71.54%. Overall the response rate of Chinese farmers is high, which is 70.53%. The significant factor influences the response of Chinese farmers in the expansion of vegetable gardens on the vegetable commodity farm at Pantai Cermin is the variable of cultural value.
STUDY OF THE GREEN COVER FULFILLMENT IN THE TOMB OF SULTAN SURIANSYAH TOURIST AREA ON THE RIVERBANK AREA OF THE KUIN Dienny Redha Rahmani; Hanny Maria Caesarina
SINTA Journal (Science, Technology, and Agricultural) Vol 1, No 2 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37638/sinta.1.2.81-87

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Sultan Suriansyah tomb tourism area is a multi-role cultural heritage area classified in the religious, social and cultural aspects which is also a tourist attraction, economically it is an area that generates income for the residents because of the presence of tourists. Ecologically it has an important role as part of the city and supporting the Kuin riverbank. Therefore, it is necessary to study related to the fulfillment of green cover near the area to be able to assess the optimal functioning of this area both as a support for river banks and the function of the sustainable city of Banjarmasin. The green coverage was estimated by two methods, survey and Geographic Information System (GIS). The survey is an estimation of the canopy width formed on the condition of the trees. Estimation results show the average width of the canopy is around 5 meters that have not met good ecological criteria. The GIS result is still far from the minimum standard requirement. The difference in deficiency reaches ± 60% deficiency that has not yet reached the minimum green space requirement. A deeper study and revitalization of vegetation are needed for the sustainability of the Sultan Suriansyah tombs tourism area.
POTENTIAL PRODUCTION OF NIRA ENAU (ARENGA PINNATA MERR) AT BUKIK BARISAN DISTRICTS, LIMAPULUH KOTA REGENCY Trisia Wulantika
SINTA Journal (Science, Technology, and Agricultural) Vol 1, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37638/sinta.1.1.1-6

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Nira is a fluid that comes out of the male flower that is obtained by means of tapped and has a sweetness. Nira Enau can be used for the manufacture of brown sugar, sugar ant palm, Tuak and bioethanol making raw materials. Bukik Barisan Subdistrict is one of the sub-districts of Kab.Limapuluh Kota with the area of Enau is large enough to be 95 Ha. This study has been implemented in January-April 2018 at 4 Kenagarian in the Kec. Bukik Barisan with purposive sampling method and data analyzed descriptively using simple statistical methods. Based on the research that has been carried out results, Kenagarian Banjar Lawas has an average production of nira per day higher than 3 other Kenagarian is 8.29 Liter/day, while for the measurement of sugar content, the average accession Enau in the Kenagarian Koto Tangah has a higher sugar level than other Kenagarian, namely 15.75 Brix. Enau plant in Bukik Barisan Sub District is very potential to be developed because it has a high production potential per day that is quite high along with the sugar content which is also higher.
THE EFFECT OF HYDROPONIC NUTRITION LEVELS ON THE GROWTH OF MUSTARD (BRASSICA SP.) PLANTS Tience E. Pakpahan; Arie Hapsani HB; Mahmudah Mahmudah
SINTA Journal (Science, Technology, and Agricultural) Vol 1, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37638/sinta.1.1.40-52

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The main roles of plant growth was nutrition. This research aims to determine the concentration of nutrients that can provide the best growth and yield on various mustard. The research method  used is a factorial Complete Randomized Design (RBD) with three replications and then analyzed using the Least Significant Difference test (LSD) at a level of 5%. The treatment of vegetable types is as follows: S1 = mustard pakchoy, S2 = mustard samhong, S3 = mustard pagoda, S4 = mustard pakchoy mini. Treatment with nutrition is the AB mix fertilizerzs number of leaves solution as follows: N1 = 1000 ppm, N2 = 1200 ppm, N3 = 1400 ppm, N4 = 1600 ppm, N5 = 1800 ppm. The results showed that plant height, number of leaves, leaf width and wet weight of the pagoda and mini pakchoy plants were not significantly different at 1000 ppm, 1200 ppm, 1400 ppm, 1600 ppm and 1800 ppm. Number of leaves of pakchoy significantly different at 1400 ppm. While the number of leaves and leaf width of samhong plants were not significantly different at each treatment, but were significantly different from plant height at 1600 ppm and significantly different from the wet weight at 1400 ppm

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