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Baselang: Jurnal Ilmu Pertanian, Peternakan, Perikanan dan Lingkungan
ISSN : cd     EISSN : 27982114     DOI : 10.36355
Core Subject : Agriculture, Social,
The Baselang Journal is a scientific journal that publishes research results and/or reviews articles in the fields of Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries, and Environment. As well as presenting information on research results and scientific articles for sustainable agricultural development in Indonesia which are published electronically. The Baselang Journal is published by the Faculty of Agriculture, Muara Bungo University. The Baselang Journal is published twice a year, in April and October. The scope of the Baselang Journal covers general agriculture and the environment, namely: Cultivation (Agriculture, Livestock, and Fisheries), Agribusiness/Social Economics (Agriculture, Livestock, and Fisheries), Technology (Agriculture, Livestock, and Fisheries), and Environment. The Baselang Journal has implemented Open Journal Systems (OJS) since 2021 for all publishing processes in the Baselang Journal. Therefore, authors are required to register in advance and upload manuscripts online. Registration and login are required to submit the manuscript and its completeness online and to check the current status of the manuscript. Manuscript processing can be monitored through OJS by authors, editors, reviewers, and readers in real-time for all manuscripts.
Articles 14 Documents
Profit Analysis and B/C Ratio Hydroponic Vegetable Farming At PT. Central Bengkulu City Sirait, Lelyta; Nurmalia, Ana; Yumiati, Yossie
Baselang Vol 1, No 2: OKTOBER 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (238.092 KB) | DOI: 10.36355/bsl.v1i2.18

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Hydroponics is a technology for growing without soil, using nutrient solutions in water. Vegetables hydroponically is more hygienic without pesticides and fresh. The selling price of vegetables hdroponik also higher than conventional vegetable. However, the high cost on the level of investment and operating costs to be one important factor to be researched is it still efficient to run. The purpose of this study is to analyze the income of the hydroponic farming of vegetables and analyze the needs of the vegetables usahtani in the P.T Central. The method of determining the area used in this research is Purposive, while the method of analysis of the likelihood ratio of the profit and efeiciency level, B/C ratio. The results showed the average profit of farm in the PT. Central is Rp. 29.674.000,- per season and Farming system vegetables hydroponics worth to cultivated of PT. Central.
Analysis Of Feasibility Of Agro-Industrial Businesses In Kelurahan Simpang Three Kecamatan Kuantan Tengah Central Kuantan District (Case Study on Abdori's Tofu Agro-Industry) Seprianto, Agung; Sasmi, Meli; Mahrani, Mahrani
Baselang Vol 1, No 2: OKTOBER 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (160.983 KB) | DOI: 10.36355/bsl.v1i2.21

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This research was conducted in Simpang Tiga Subdistrict, Kuantan Tengah Subdistrict, Kuantan Singingi Regency, which was conducted in July to October 2019. The purpose of this study was to determine the financial feasibility analysis (NPV, Net B / C, PR, PBP and BEP) agro-industry know in Simpang Tiga Village, Kuantan Tengah District, Kuantan Singingi Regency. The results of the Feasibility Study of Abdori Tofu Agroindustry Business in Simpang Tiga Village, Kuantan Tengah District based on Net Present Value (NPV), Net B / C Ratio and Profitability Ratio have positive values where the Abdori Tofu Agroindustry is very feasible to run, this can be seen in the Net value The Present Value (NPV) is Rp 3,722,911,109.27, the Net B / C Ratio is 2.03, the Profitability Ratio is 38.73, which moves positively. For Pay Back Period (PBP) of Tofu Abdori Agroindustry at 25 days. Whereas the Break Event Point (BEP) of Abdori Tofu Agroindustry at 1 year 8 months 14 days.
The Effect of Replacement of a Partial Commercial Ran With Fermented Coconut Saves on Organ in Chicken Broiler (Gallus domesticus) Afrian, Heru; Supriyono, Supriyono; Guntoro, Eko Joko
Baselang Vol 1, No 1: APRIL 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (392.411 KB) | DOI: 10.36355/bsl.v1i1.9

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This study aims to determine the effect of giving fermented coconut dregs to the internal organs of broiler chickens. This research was conducted at Jln. Garuda Sapta Mulya Village, Rimbo Bujang Subdistrict, Tebo Regency for 40 days from 6 April - 8 May 2019.            The design used was a completely randomized design (CRD) with 5 treatments and 4 replications, where each unit contained 5 DOCs. Each ration treatment was A0 (100% commercial ration), A1 (5% fermented coconut dregs + 95% commercial ration), A2 (10% fermented coconut dregs + 90% commercial rations), A3 (15% fermented coconut dregs + 85% commercial rations) and A4 (20% fermented coconut dregs + 80% commercial rations). The parameters observed were percentage of liver weight, percentage of proventriculus weight, percentage of ventricular weight, and percentage of small intestine length. Using the DNMRT test if it had a significant effect on all observed parameters, the coconut dregs used in this study were up to 20 levels %.             The results showed that the average percentage of liver weight was A0 (1.75), A1 (1.66), A2 (1.94), A3 (1.95), A4 (1.74). Mean percentage by weight of the proventriculus A0 (0.29), A1 (0.29), A2 (0.32), A3 (0.31), A4 (0.33). Average percentage by weight ventriculus A0 (1.05), A1 (1.15), A2 (1.13), A3 (1.23), A4 (1.37). Average percentage of small intestine length A0 (10.12), A1 (9.76), A2 (10.37), A3 (11.21), A4 (10.54). The effect of giving fermented coconut dregs to internal organs had a significant effect on the percentage of liver weight (P˂0.05) and the percentage of ventricular weight (P˂0.05). The provision of fermented coconut dregs did not significantly affect the percentage of proventriculus weight (P˃0.05) and the percentage of small intestine length (P˃0.05).                The conclusion in this study is that the effect of fermented coconut dregs has a significant effect on the percentage of liver and ventricular weight but does not have a significant effect on proventriculus weight and small intestine length, fermented coconut dregs can still be used as a substitute for commercial rations up to 20%.
Analysis of Broiler Chicken Farming Business Income in Partner Patterns in Muaro Sentajo Village, Sentajo Raya District, Kuantan Singingi Regency (Case Study of Mrs. Suniati's Livestock Business) Romauli, Romauli; Sasmi, Meli; Mashadi, Mashadi
Baselang Vol 1, No 1: APRIL 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (244.363 KB) | DOI: 10.36355/bsl.v1i1.14

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The purpose of this research is to find out how much the cost, income, efficiency and Break Event Point for the broiler chicken breeder business partner Mrs. Suniati in Muaro Sentajo Village, Sentajo Raya District, Kuantan Singingi Regency. To analyze the data used mathematical analysis with descriptive and quantitative analysis. This research is a case study research in which research is focused on only one broiler chicken farming business. Results for analyzing revenues, costs and production are analyzed once in the production process. The results of this study indicate that Ibu Suniati's partner broiler chicken pattern with a scale of 3000 tails uses a cost of Rp.79,200,323, - / period, the receipt is Rp.81,154,080 /, - period, with a total profit of Rp.1,953. 757 / period, and an efficiency level of Rp. 1,025 / period which means 1 rupiah of the cost incurred then obtains revenue of 1,025 rupiahs or a profit of 0.25 rupiahs. And the level of Break Event Point in this study is that the production BEP is 4,342 kg, where the broiler breeder, the partner pattern of Ibu Suniati, must produce broiler chickens above 4,342 kg, while the price for the BEP is Rp. 18.136, - means that this broiler breeder, Ibu Suniati's partner pattern, must sell at a price of Rp. 18,136.
The Effect of Palm Oil Ash Ash on Micro Nutrient Uptake by Soybean Roots in Peatlands Sari, Intan
Baselang Vol 1, No 2: OKTOBER 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (185.406 KB) | DOI: 10.36355/bsl.v1i2.22

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Research on the potential of oil palm cassava ash as an ameliorant in increasing micronutrient uptake by soybean roots on peat soil was carried out from August 2020 to February 2021, at the wire house of the Faculty of Agriculture, Indragiri Tembilahan Islamic University, Riau Province. The purpose of this study was to observe the interaction between the dose of Palm Oil Ash (AJKS) and nutrient uptake by the roots of several soybean varieties and to obtain the optimum dose of AJKS in increasing the uptake of micro nutrients Cu, Zn, Fe and Mn by soybean roots. the Tanggamus, Slamet and Anjasmoro varieties.            This study used a separate plot design with 3 treatments as main plots were 3 soybean varieties: V1 = Tanggamus variety (tolerant), V2 = variety, Slamet (moderate), V3 = Anjasmoro variety (sensitive). The sub-plots were 4 doses of AJKS administration consisting of: A0 = Without AJKS treatment, A1 = 300 kg/ha AJKS, A2 = 600 kg/ha AJKS and A3 = 900 kg/ha AJKS with 3 replications. The results of the study concluded that the application of oil palm cassava ash (AJKS) in general increased the uptake of micronutrients by soybean plant roots on peatlands. There was an interaction between the dose of AJKS and soybean varieties on the absorption of Cu, Zn and Fe in the roots of Tanggamus, Slamet and Anjasmoro soybeans. Administration of 900 kg/ha AJKS gave the highest micronutrient uptake of Cu, Zn, Fe and Mn both in Tanggamus, Slamet and Anjasmoro varieties, but optimal results were generally achieved at a dose of 600 kg/ha AJKS.
Consumer Satisfaction Analysis of Jihan Brownies Cake in Kuantan Tengah District, Kuantan Singingi Regency Seskiya, Tari; Jamalludin, Jamalludin; Vermila, Chezy WM
Baselang Vol 1, No 1: APRIL 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (341.639 KB) | DOI: 10.36355/bsl.v1i1.10

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The purpose of this study was to determine consumer behavior towards brownies cakes, to determine consumer satisfaction with brownies cake product in the district of Kuantan Tengah. The method used in this study is the likert scale and the method of analysis of Important and Performance Analysis (IPA) and Consumers Satisfaction Index (CSI) or consumer satisfaction index. Based on the result of the research, the result of consumer behavior towards brownies are in the very satisfied category with the number of 20 lives of 30 respondenst with a percentage of 100%. From the result of the calculation of brownies cakes as a whole the value of the consumer satisfaction index is 69,50%. Wher this value is in the range 50% - 75% consumer satisfaction index. Based on the result of CSI as a whole are in the satisfied category, what is meant here is price, hygiene, aroma, packaging, taste, texture, and color.
Feasibility Analysis of Red Dragon Fruit (Hylocereus polyrhizus) Farming in Rimbo Ilir District, Tebo Regency Afrianto, Evo; Pangestu, M. Ari Putra; Isyaturriyadhah, Isyaturriyadhah
Baselang Vol 1, No 2: OKTOBER 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (335.727 KB) | DOI: 10.36355/bsl.v1i2.17

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This study aims to analyze the level of income of red dragon fruit farming and the feasibility of red dragon fruit farming in Rimbo Ilir District, Tebo Regency. The research was conducted in Giriwinangun Village and Sumber Agung Village, Tebo Regency, which were chosen purposively with the consideration that these two villages have the largest land area and the highest number of milestones among other villages in Rimbo Ilir District.            The research was conducted using the survey method, namely obtaining natural (not artificial) data by distributing questionnaires, tests and interviews. Withdrawal of sample farmers was carried out by proportional sampling of 15% of the Red Dragon Fruit RTP from Giriwinangun Village and Sumber Agung Village, Rimbo Ilir District, Tebo Regency, which amounted to 198 (RTP). Each from Giriwinangun Village is 112 (RTP) and Sumber Agung Village is 86 (RTP). So the number of samples in this study was 30 (RTP). The analysis used in this study is income analysis and feasibility analysis, namely NPV analysis, IRR analysis and Net B/C Ratio analysisThe results showed that the average income received by dragon fruit farmers for one year in the research area was Rp. 10,912,000, - with the average income of dragon fruit farming in the research area was Rp. 7,099.523, - per year. The resulting Net B/C value is 6.64 with a positive NPV value of Rp 28,437,364.76, - and an IRR of 43.90%. Where the Net B/C value >1, NPV value >1 and IRR value > loan interest rate, it means that red dragon fruit farming in Rimbo Ilir District, Tebo Regency is feasible to be developed financially.
The Successful of Artificial Insemination in Bali Cow in Muaro Jambi Regency, Jambi Province Supriyono, Supriyono; Yulianto, Adlin; Karmila, Yeni
Baselang Vol 1, No 2: OKTOBER 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (177.044 KB) | DOI: 10.36355/bsl.v1i2.23

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The successful implementation of the artificial insemination (AI) program is a Measurement of the amount reproductive efficiency value that achieved. The value of the efficiency of the successful of artificial insemination (AI) can be assessed by measuring the rate per pregnancy or Service per Conception (S/C), calving distance or Calving Interval (CI) and pregnancy rate or Conception Rate (CR). This research has been carried out in Muaro Jambi Regency from September 11, 2021 to October 01, 2021. This study aims to determine the success of artificial insemination (AI)) in Bali cow in Muaro Jambi Regency and to determine Service Per Conception (S/C), Conception Rate (CR), and Calcing Interval (CI). This research was conducted using a survey method where the sampling method (respondents) was purposive sampling of respondents who has the criteria, namely respondents who had mother cows who had given birth at least 2 times to breeders in Jambi Luar Kota District, Muaro Jambi Regency and were married by artificial insemination (AI). The changes observed were Service per Conception (S/C), calving interval or Calving Interval (CI) and pregnancy rate or Conception Rate (CR). The data obtained were processed. The results showed that the successful of artificial insemination (AI) in Muaro Jambi Regency in the form of Service per Conception (S/C) which was 1,58, calving interval (CI) of 14,05 months and pregnancy rate or Conception Rate (CR). ) ) of 56,14%. It can be concluded that the successful of Synthetic Insemination (SI) in Muaro Jambi Regency can be categorized as having succeeded optimally, it can be seen from the service per concept (S/C), calving interval (CI) and the level of conception (CR).
Comparative Analysis Of Income Of Farming Income In Superior Variety With Local Varieties In Kuantan Hilir District, Kuantan Singingi Regency Ernia, Enin; Indrawanis, Elfi; Sasmi, Meli
Baselang Vol 1, No 1: APRIL 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (270.298 KB) | DOI: 10.36355/bsl.v1i1.11

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This study aims to 1) Determine the difference in income of superior varieties of paddy rice farmers with local varieties in the District of Kuantan Hilir. 2) Knowing the level of efficiency of superior variety and local varieties of paddy farming in Kuantan Hilir Subdistrict. Sampling was done purposively. Respondents taken 30 people from superior varieties of paddy rice farmers amounted to 15 farmers and 15 varieties of local rice farmers. Data analysts use mathematical analysis and statistical analysis. Mathematical analysis uses profit analysis and business efficiency analysis (R / C). While the statistical analysis is by using the Independent Sample T Test and One-Way Anova test to see the similarity of variants. The results showed that mathematically the average income of superior varieties of local rice farmers and different local varieties, the average income of superior varieties of rice was Rp 2.708.407,00while local varieties of rice were Rp.965.933,00With the ratio of efficiency (R / C) superior varieties of rice 1.83 while local varieties of rice 1.69.
Marketing Mix Strategy of Certified Palm Oil Seedling in Bungo Regency Supriyati, Supriyati; Amran, Amran; A. Roni, Khairun
Baselang Vol 1, No 1: APRIL 2021
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The study aims to analyze the marketing mix strategy of certified palm oil seedlings. The method used was descriptive qualitative by describing and interpreting marketing strategy using marketing mix concept. Formulating a certified palm oil seed marketing strategy based on an assessment of the role of variables in the marketing mix implemented. The product strategy was expected to maintain the quality of certified palm oil seedlings. In the pricing strategy was to increase the price compliance with the quality of certified palm oil seedlings and apply discounts for consumers, especially small farmers. For the distribution line mix strategy should be able to shorten the distribution channel of certified palm oil seedlings and supervise the distribution process to the hand of farmers. Then, implementing a promotional mix strategy with more publicized promotional activities and expanding the dissemination of information on certified palm oil seedlings.

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