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AGARICUS: Advances Agriculture Science & Farming
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AGARICUS: Advances Agriculture Science & Farming is a peer-reviewed, scientific journal published by the Institute for Research and Community Service (LPPM), KH University. A. Wahab Hasbullah Jombang. The aims of the journal are to publish and disseminate high quality, original research papers and article review in plant science i.e. agronomy, horticulture, plant breeding, soil sciences, plant protection and other pertinent field. The Scope of our journal includes: (1) agronomy, (2) horticulture, (3) plant breeding, (4) soil sciences, (5) plant protection, (6) other pertinent field related to plant production.
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The Formulation’s Technique Using Microbes to the Speed Decomposition of Biomass Fertilizers. M Rofi'i; Ambar Susanti; Siti Aminatuz Zuhria
AGARICUS: Advances Agriculture Science & Farming Vol 1 No 1 (2021): June
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Potential biomass such as rice straw, Eichornia crassipes and cow dung can be used as raw material for compost. This study aims to determine the ratio of the composition of the best raw materials and determine the minimum time required to produce quality compost. This study used a comparative treatment dose composition of K1 = Cow dung 25% + Straw 50% + Eichornia crassipes 25%, K2 = Cow dung 25% + Straw 25% + Eichornia crassipes 50%, K3 = Cow dung 50% + Straw 25% + Eichornia crassipes 25%.The weight of the material for each treatment is 5kg. This study used 2 local isolates of trichoderma sp, EM4 and without Decomposer for comparison. The composting process lasts for 21 days with temperatures ranging from 28,1°C - 35°C. Compost humidity range 80 to 85%, and pH ranges from 6.5 to 7.5. In general, the quality of the compost produced is in accordance with SNI 19-7030-2004 with K3Mt = 50% cow dung + 25% straw + 25% Eichornia crassipes, with the addition of local microbe Trichoderma sp Isolate can conclude the physical properties of compost. Color (3.83), Smell (4.42), Texture (3.83), and Temperature (29,75 °C), pH 7, humidity 85% with the best test results.
Diversity Tree Varieties Mango (Mangifera indica L.) in Critical Areas Zulfikar Zulfikar; Achmad Kholiilur Rohman
AGARICUS: Advances Agriculture Science & Farming Vol 1 No 1 (2021): June
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Critical land is often a problem in various regions in Indonesia, especially in the Jombang district. Various efforts have been made by the community in tackling the critical land they face. One of them is by cultivating mango trees. In the Jombang district, there are quite a lot of mango trees with various varieties. This study aims to determine the diversity and dominance of mango varieties growing on critical land in Plandaan District, Jombang Regency. This research was conducted by purposive sampling in 3 villages with a total sample of 30 yards/gardens, based on the availability of data and information in the field. This research was conducted using a quadratic transect method by determining the research location by purposive sampling with a plot size (20x20 m2). Data analysis was carried out qualitatively and quantitatively. Quantitative data analysis using vegetation analysis, namely: density (Kr), Frequency (Fr) Important Value Index (INP), Dominance (C), and Diversity Index (Ĥ). From the results of the study, it was found that 7 varieties of mango were planted by the community on critical land in the Plandaan District, the mango that was most widely cultivated by the community was the Gadung mango. The existence of other varieties of mango is only found in very small quantities and has begun to be abandoned by the community.
The Level of Efficiency, Elasticity and Marketing Distribution Pattern of Mango (Mangifera Indica L.) on Critical Land in Plandaan District, Jombang Regency Alawi Muhammad; Zulfikar Zulfikar
AGARICUS: Advances Agriculture Science & Farming Vol 1 No 1 (2021): June
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This study aims to analyze marketing distribution patterns, analyze the efficiency and elasticity of distribution of mangoes cultivated on critical land. The data collection method was purposive random sampling and descriptive qualitative and quantitative data analysis. The results showed that there were two levels of mango marketing channels from farmers to consumers, namely local and national marketing channels. The local level marketing channels include three institutions, namely producers, retailers, and consumers, while the national level marketing channels include four institutions, namely: producers, wholesalers, retailers, and consumers. The efficiency value (EP) of the two marketing channels is 0.5%, which means that both marketing channels are efficient marketing channels. The value of transmission elasticity (ET) for local distribution is 0.61 and 0.17 for national distribution, which is generally less than 1. This indicates that the rate of price change at the consumer level is greater than the rate of change in prices at the farm level.
Design and Build a Simple Durian Fruit Harvesting Tool (Durio Zibethinus Murr) Mazidatul Faizah; Muhammad Renjis Setiawan
AGARICUS: Advances Agriculture Science & Farming Vol 1 No 1 (2021): June
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Fruit picking tool is one of the equipment used to facilitate the harvesting process, in fruit picking it is necessary to choose fruit that is feasible or ready to be harvested, for example ripe durian fruit. In this study, we will conduct research on the design of a simple durian harvesting tool that is not widely known by the wider community which has the potential to be one of the tools that is needed in Jombang, precisely in Sumber Village, Wonosalam District, Jombang Regency. A simple durian harvester has a circular area of ​​60 cm, a width of 30 cm, and a height of 40 cm, all of which are made of 5 ml iron and a steel knife. This tool is operated by one person and has several components, namely consisting of songong/songkrok, knife or borer, connecting frame, and pole, each of which has a specific function. This research was conducted to facilitate durian farmers in picking durian fruit and reduce the occurrence of fruit damage at harvest and practical use.
Arthropod Daily Visits to Zinnia elegans and Ruellia tuberosa in Megaluh District Anggun Wulandari; Mohammad Badrut Tamam
AGARICUS: Advances Agriculture Science & Farming Vol 1 No 1 (2021): June
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Arthropod daily visits were seen from how often the Arthropod family visited the refugia plants of Zinnia elegans and Ruellia tuberosa species which were determined based on the Arthropod average per hour observed. This study aims to (1) find out what arthropods are found in Zinnia elegans and Ruellia tuberosa in Megaluh District, (2) find out the frequency of daily visits of arthropods to Zinnia elegans and Ruellia tuberosa plants in Megaluh District. This research is an exploratory descriptive study with a quantitative approach. This research was conducted in February 2021. Determination of the sampling point (sampling) was determined using the purposive sampling technique. The technique of collecting data is by collecting data using the visual control method at a distance of 2 meters at 06.00-07-00, 11.00-12.00, and 16.00-17.00. The data analysis technique was using SPSS paired t-test (pair-sample t-test). The results showed 22 families were found consisting of Paradoxosomatidae, Calliphoridae, Formicidae, Salticidae, Muscidae, Pentatomidae, Apidae, Vespidae, Flatidae, Gryllidae, Chrysomelidae, Crambidae, Hesperiidae, Stratiomyidae, Oxypidae, Coenagrionidae, Mantidae, Alyphecidae, Coccinellidae, Coccinellidae. , Pieridae. The highest average daily visitation frequency for Zinnia elegans was the Formicidae family with an average daily visit frequency of 8.5556 individuals/hour, while the highest family Ruellia tuberosa was also the Formicidae family with an average of 14.3333 individuals/hour. In Zinnia elegans and Ruellia tuberosa based on t-test, the significance level (2-tailed) was significant in the Pentatomidae family with a significance value of 0.003.
Morphological Characteristics and Kinship Relationships of Salak Pace, Salak Hitam, and Salak Kuning in Bedahlawak Jombang Mohammad Suud Wahyudi; Mazidatul Faizah; Siti Aminatuz Zuhria
AGARICUS: Advances Agriculture Science & Farming Vol 1 No 2 (2021): October
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Indonesia has a lot of fruits. One of them is salak fruit. This study was prepared to determine the morphological characteristics and kinship relationships of salak pace, black salak, and yellow salak plants. This research was conducted in Bedahlawak Village, Tembelang District, Jombang Regency. This research was conducted in February-April 2021 by selecting 5 samples from each type of salak plant with research parameters of plant height, leaf length, leaf width, leaf tip shape, leaf tension distance, top surface color of leaves, color of the underside surface of the leaves. The research was conducted by conducting direct observations and compiled using descriptive methods and analyzed using cluster analysis in the form of similarity dendograms. Based on vegetative morphological observations, characteristics on the parameters of plant height, leaf length, upper surface color of leaves, color of the underside of the leaves, length of the pelepah, length of thorns, shape of thorns, texture of thorns, distance of thorn density, length of roots and have a distant kinship relationship by showing a similarity value of 56%-63%.
Relationship Between Dendrometric of Mango Trees (Mangifera indica L.) and Geographic Variations on Critical Land in Jombang Regency Muchamad Suhada Nasrulloh; Zulfikar Zulfikar
AGARICUS: Advances Agriculture Science & Farming Vol 1 No 2 (2021): October
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This study aims to determine the dendrometric relationship of mango trees to various elevation variations on critical land. The research method uses a parametric regression approach and the data analysis tool uses Excel. The dendrometric variables analyzed were canopy area, number of branches, and stem diameter. The results of the analysis showed that the correlation value between elevation and strong canopy area (r = 0.64), with a low number of branches (r = 0.38) and with a very strong trunk diameter (r = 0.83). The regression equation was obtained in a linear form from the relationship between elevation and canopy area (R2 = 0.40) with the regression equation Y = 0.06x + 24.8.. and stem diameter (R2 = 0.68) with the regression equation Y = 1.165x + 21.84, and nonlinear with the number of branches (R2 = 0.282) with the regression equation y = 0.86x5 – 18.79x4 + 157.6.x3 – 634.3.x2 + 1231x – 869.5. This shows that the canopy area and the trunk diameter of mango trees have a strong and linear correlation, except for the number of branches
Plant Identification in Traditional Ceremony of Siraman Pengantin in Jombang Regency Eka Yulia Siti Munawaroh; Mucharommah Sartika Ami
AGARICUS: Advances Agriculture Science & Farming Vol 1 No 1 (2021): June
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The purpose of this study was to identify the types of plants used in the Siraman Pengantin in the Jombang Regency. The method used is interviews, direct observation, and literature study. Interviews were conducted with three resource persons who have expertise in the field of Siraman Pengantin in Jombang Regency, to find out the types of plants used in the traditional ceremony. Direct observations were made to identify the morphological structure and classification of each plant species used in the traditional ceremony. The results of identification through direct observation are then compared with a literature study to ensure the classification of plants. The data obtained were analyzed descriptively. The results showed that there were 41 types of plants used in the Siraman Pengantin ceremony in the Jombang Regency. All of these plant species belong to the Angiosperms group. A total of 26 species are dicotyledonous plants and the other 15 species are monocotyledonous plants. The identified dicotyledonous plant families are Achariaceae, Annonaceae, Apiaceae, Clusiaceae, Convolvulaceae, Cucurbitaceae, Euphorbiaceae, Fabaceae, Magnoliaceae, Moraceae, Myrtaceae, Oleaceae, Piperaceae, Rosaceae, Sapotaceae, and Solanaceae. The monocotyledonous plant families identified were Arecaceae, Bromeliaceae, Dioscoreaceae, Liliaceae, Musaceae, Pandanaceae, Poaceae, and Zingiberaceae.
A Tree Inventory in The Homegarden at The Tambakrejo Village, Jombang Regency Indah Fitriani; Anggi Indah Yuliana
AGARICUS: Advances Agriculture Science & Farming Vol 1 No 1 (2021): June
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Biodiversity has many variations in shape, appearance, number and characteristics that are seen in improving ecosystems, species levels and genetic levels. The homegarden can create environmental conservation, especially local trees. Tambakrejo Village is an example of an urban area located in Jombang District with the highest population density of 6.88 people/km2 with a population of 12,279 people. This study aimed to determined the types of trees in the homegarden area of Tambakrejo Village, Jombang Regency. Data collection was carried out by observing each type of tree in 68 observation sample plots in the Tambakrejo Village homegarden area. The results of the observations found 414 tree species that belong into 26 types of families. Most of these tree species came from the Anacanrdiaceae family as many as 91 tree species.
The Effectiveness of The Color Lamp on The Diversity of Insects in Onion Plantations M Abdu Na'im; Mohamad Nasirudin
AGARICUS: Advances Agriculture Science & Farming Vol 1 No 2 (2021): October
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Onions (Allium cepa L) are horticultural commodity that cannot be abandoned by people in everyday life. One of the limiting productivity of onions is pest and disease attack. Study of insect diversity is the first step in controlling pests in plants. The common alternative used by farmers to eradicate insect pests that do not damage the environment is using lights at night as a trap media. This study identified the diversity of insects that correlate to onions which are attracted to the color of the light that have been installed using 5 light colors, namely red, blue, white, yellow, and green. Insect diversity index found in this study contained 16 families, as many as 14,048 entity. Consisting of Chrysomelidae, Coccinellidae, Nitidulidae, Anthicidae, Delphacidae, Alydidae, Cucujidae, Noctuidae, Tipulidae, Agromyzidae, Cecidomyiidae, Tettigoniidae, Acrididade, Thripidae, Ichneumonidae, and Cicadellidae. The value of the diversity index(H') of insects in red is 1.78, yellow is 2.19, green is 2.28, white is 2.12 and blue is 0.74. The diversity on red, yellow, green, and white color is moderate, while blue color show low diversity. The dominance index in red is 0.28, yellow is 0.17, green is 0.14, white is 0.20, and blue is 0.66. This shows that the land has variety of insect species and there is no insect species that dominate.

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