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AJARCDE (Asian Journal of Applied Research for Community Development and Empowerment)
ISSN : 25810405     EISSN : 25810405     DOI : 0.29165
AJARCDE (Asian Journal of Applied Research for Community Development and Empowerment) publishes papers on innovative applications, development of new technologies and efficient solutions in agriculture, engineering, computing, social, information technology, food, energy, and scientific research to improve knowledge and practice in the field of purposive community change: Rural and community development, geography and regional planning, rural cooperatives, community health; capacity building, social work, community empowerment, sustainable development, human resource development; social capital, economic development, urban studies, student community service activities, and relevant subjects. AJARCDE (Asian Journal of Applied Research for Community Development and Empowerment) is a peer-reviewed journal that is published by Asia Pacific Network for Sustainable Agriculture, Food and Energy (SAFE-Network). The objective of AJARCDE is to provide a forum for the study and applied research in the areas of community development and empowerment studies. This unique interdisciplinary journal covers a range of research methods, including • Case studies • Comparative studies • Community based participatory or action research • Examine community problem • Policy analysis • Program evaluation • Survey research • Theory and model development
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Improving the Quality of Tilapia Fish Seeds (Oreochromis Niloticus) with Selection Methods in Mina Ayu Group of Tabanan Regency Bali Province Suryani, S.A.M.P.; Abdulah, Faihana Ching; Faudzi, Norfazreena Mohd; Sadguna, D.N.; Arya, I Wayan; Edi, D.G.Semara; Pratama, G.A Surya
AJARCDE (Asian Journal of Applied Research for Community Development and Empowerment) Vol. 6 No. 1 (2022): AJARCDE | Asian Journal of Applied Research for Community Development and Empow
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Tilapia fish is much in demand because it has several advantages such as its distinctive taste that makes tilapia delicious after being processed in any way. Tilapia has the potential to be used as an export commodity in the form of fish fillets and the price is relatively cheap. The climate situation and the extent of freshwater fishing land are contributing factors in the development of tilapia cultivation in Indonesia. One of the efforts to increase efficiency and productivity in cultivation is fish spawning activities. Spawning activities are important for producing seeds or larvae. Female fish are 300 to 400 g and for males, 400 to 500 g, aged 5 months. Tilapia can colonize weighing 250 g and age 4 to 6 months, meaning the parent used in this study has been following the required. The maintained parent is a healthy, unformed, and complete morphological parent (SNI 01-61412009). The purpose of this study is to improve the quality of Tilapia fish seeds produced by the Mina Ayu Group of Tabanan Regency of Bali Province by a selective breeding method. Male and female tilapia broods are kept separately in hapa measuring 5x5x1m. In shelters, for the acceleration of gonad maturation before the fish are stocked in the spawning pond. The feeding given during maintenance is 2 to 3%. Individual selection methods can improve the quality and survival rate of tilapia fish larvae. The absolute length increased 1.5 cm and weight increased 0.950 mg/day with a survival rate of 80% to 90%.
Meta-Analysis of Volatile Compounds from Vinegar Produced by the Slow Method and the Fast Method Rifka, Arifatulhuda; Novelina, Novelina; Yenrina, Rina
AJARCDE (Asian Journal of Applied Research for Community Development and Empowerment) Vol. 6 No. 1 (2022): AJARCDE | Asian Journal of Applied Research for Community Development and Empow
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Volatile compounds are one of the important characteristics of vinegar, where the content and composition of these compounds is an account for the aroma profile of vinegar. The difference in production technology used in making vinegar produces vinegar with different characteristics. There are two general methods commonly used in the production of vinegar, namely the slow method and the fast method. This meta-analysis was used to conclude several studies that examined the differences in volatile compounds in vinegar produced through the slow methods and the fast methods. From this study, it can be seen that comparison of volatile compounds characteristics in vinegar produced by the slow method and the fast method where the slow method tends to produce vinegar with a high concentration of acetate ester group and alcohol group, and the fast method tend to produce vinegar with a high concentration in a volatile acid group.
Potential Analysis of Organic Fertilizer Business Development from Beef Cattle Manure Hijami, Muhammad Fikri; Arifin, Miftakhul; Puspitojati, Endah
AJARCDE (Asian Journal of Applied Research for Community Development and Empowerment) Vol. 6 No. 1 (2022): AJARCDE | Asian Journal of Applied Research for Community Development and Empow
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This study aimed to determine the availability of technical, economic, and social aspects that support the development of organic fertilizer business based on beef cattle manure in Karangtengah Prandon Village, Ngawi District, Ngawi Regency, Indonesia. The research method used interviews, questionnaires, and observation. This study involved 37 respondents who were selected by proportional random sampling technique. The data analysis was carried out by descriptive analysis. The results revealed that the availability of technical aspects has a potential of 64.4 percent, the availability of economic aspects has a potential of 62.7 percent, and the availability of social aspects has a potential of 47.9 percent. The most potential factor of technical aspect was the raw material availability in the location. Meanwhile, social factors, such as labor skills and leader community supports need to be increased. Developing a fertilizer business in Karang Tengah Prandon village may be accomplished by empowering farmers to turn fertilizer into a business.
Development of Local Functional Food Made of Buffalo Milk Improved with Culture Probiotics (Lactobacillus casei) Kisworo, Djoko
AJARCDE (Asian Journal of Applied Research for Community Development and Empowerment) Vol. 6 No. 1 (2022): AJARCDE | Asian Journal of Applied Research for Community Development and Empow
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Abstract The research was conducted to develop functional food products of milk-based livestock origin (Semi hard-type cheese), with the addition of pure culture Lactobacillus casei as a probiotic agent, and citric acid and Mucor meihei as milk coagulants. The research material was semi-hard type cheese made of approximately 35 liters of buffalo milk from West Sumbawa Regency as a basic ingredient with the probiotic pure culture. The results showed that the pure culture of probiotic (Lactobacillus casei) at levels of 10% and 15% can survive and develop quite well in semi-hard cheese during aging, from 1 day, 7 days, and 14 days, respectively (3.79 – 5.92) and (4.91 – 6.31) log cfu g-1. While the 0.025% rennet of the volume of milk from Mucor miehei gives a pretty good result, it can be seen from the product recovery which can reach (34.30 + 0.32) %. During aging for 14 days, an organoleptic quality which includes aroma, color, and texture was getting better, with the criteria of a semi-hard aroma, yellowish-white color, and semi-hard texture. It can be concluded, that semi-hard type cheese can be used as one of the functional foods of probiotic carriers. To get the therapeutic effect, this probiotic should be consumed at least 100 grams per serving.
The Control of Pathogenic Fungi with Trichoderma in Banjar Pinge, Tabanan of Bali Province Andriani, A. A. S. P. R.; Arjana, I Gusti Made; Kartini, Luh; Selangga, Dewa Gede Wiryangga; Rakibe, Ismail
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Pinge is one of the traditional sub-village (banjar) in Baru Village, Marga Sub district, Tabanan Regency of Bali Province. There are 36% of villagers living below the poverty line where 85% of them are farmers who cultivate fruit and flowers. They have many problems with fruit and flower production as the yields is low due to natural disasters and poor agricultural practice and support. Some flower growers often complain of low flower production, especially Marigold flowers due to the attack of pathogenic fungi that cause flower blight. The solution to solve the problems faced by partners is: by providing Appropriate Technology in the processing of cow dung into compost fertilizer plus trichoderma sp antagonist microorganisms. External targets to be achieved are the use of appropriate technology in the processing technology of cow dung into compost plus Trichoderma sp. Based on the results of activities as much as 70% understand and are able to apply pest and disease control to flowers by utilizing biological agents. Trichoderma can reduce the intensity of disease above the ground by 50.00% and suppress the intensity in the soil by 34.48%. In addition, giving Trichoderma sp. can increase the fresh weight of the plant by up to 30.75%.
The Development of Taro Processed Product in Women Farmers Group in Baru Village, Tabanan Bali Indonesia Suriati, Luh; Azmi, Aida Firdaus Muhamad Nurul; Manikam, Raseetha Vani Siva; Singapurwa, Ni Made Ayu Suardani; Mangku, I Gede Pasek; Semariyani, Anak Agung Made; Sudiarta, I Wayan; Rudianta, I Nyoman; Candra, I Putu; Setianingsih, Ni Luh Putu Putri
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The processing of food products during the pandemic is growing rapidly, resulting in processed products that are increasingly diverse and widespread in the market. To empower rural communities by improving knowledge, attitudes, skills, and behaviors, activities and mentoring programs are needed in accordance with the needs of the community. This community service activity was held in the Group of Women's Farmers “Dharma Santi”, Baru Village, Marga Sub district, Tabanan Regency, Bali Province. Taro is an untapped commodity in Baru Village. Processing taro into various products such as bread, jam, and noodles have been produced and marketed by Women Farmers Group, but marketing is still limited around the village. Farmers Group does not have adequate entrepreneurship skill, production management, and marketing. The solution to address partner problems is to provide the right technology for processing bread, jam, and taro noodles, equipment assistance, knowledge of packaging and product labeling, marketing, and entrepreneurship. The implementation of community service activities has been running smoothly. The number of participants who participated in the activity was 10 people. Based on the results of the evaluation, this group mastered the technology of making bread, jam, and taro noodles up to 75%. Further help is needed to the group so that more quality bread products, jams, and taro noodles produced have a longer shelf life as well as wider marketing.
Frond Base Fracture and Dynamics of Palm Oil Inflorescence Applied With Different Nutrient Sources Wijayani, Suprih; Wirianata, Herry; Gunawan, Sri
AJARCDE (Asian Journal of Applied Research for Community Development and Empowerment) Vol. 6 No. 1 (2022): AJARCDE | Asian Journal of Applied Research for Community Development and Empow
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Frond base fracture is an increasingly common phenomenon in oil palm plantations caused by various stress factors. This study aimed to determine the incidence of frond base fracture in the plantation where different nutrient sources were applied (palm oil mill effluent, oil palm EFB, and organic fertilizers) in relation to the dynamics of oil palm inflorescence. The incidence of frond base fracture and the production of male and female inflorescences were observed in 30 sample trees for each nutrient source. Observations were made three times with an interval monthly. To reveal the research objectives, it used descriptive analysis. The results showed that the routine application of POME increased the susceptibility of oil palms to fractured fronds and the sex ratio was higher other than that of EFB; the lowest incidence was found in the palm that was given inorganic fertilizers. frond base fracture trees produced fewer female inflorescence, although the number of male ones did not differ between frond base fracture palm and healthy ones.
Addition of Tithonia Compost and Lime as Ultisol Soil Fertility Improvement for Oil Palm Sedling Media Enita, Enita; Nurhajati Hakim; Hermansah; Prasetyo, Teguh Budi
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Research to improve soil fertility, especially the chemical characteristics of Ultisol, has been carried out by adding compost and lime. The incubation method of soil plus compost at a dose of 0.5 kg/pot – 2 kg/pot and 1x exchanged Al lime was carried out for 2 weeks. The results of soil nutrient analysis after incubation were an increase in pH of 0.58 points, a decrease in exchanged Al to unmeasured, an increase in the C-organic content of the soil by 3.44%, an increase in the total N-value of the soil by 0.19%, an increase in the amount of soil organic matter. P-available was 5.81 ppm and exchanged K soil increased by 0.02 me/100 g soil. Likewise, the micro elements analyzed also increase. Thus there is a change in the chemical properties of the soil towards the better. The increase in nutrients N, P, K, Ca, and Mg clearly comes from tithonia, which is the result of decomposition of tithonia compost which is added containing high nutrients. In addition, tithonia compost produces organic acids that can dissolve previously insoluble nutrients into soluble ones. The improvement of the chemical properties of the soil towards a better direction is expected to be able to increase the growth of oil palm seedlings planted on the seedling medium growing.
Intensity of Basal Stem Rot Disease by Ganoderma in Oil Palm Plantations on Peatlands and Minerals Wirianata, Herry; Wilisiani, Fariha; Gunawan, Sri; Mahardika, Yefta
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Basal stem rot caused by Ganoderma boninense is the main disease of oil palm plantations. The disease decreases yield, causes plant death, shortens economic life, and accelerates replanting. The purpose of this study is to compare the development of this disease in third-generation oil palm plantations in peat soil and mineral soils. Observations were made to verify secondary census data for 4 years on affected (endemic) rotten stems. Observations were made on each of the 3 blocks for peat soil and mineral soil with palm oil planting year 2011-2012. The results showed that stem base rot develops faster with a higher severity in peat soil than yellow-red podsolic soil. The availability of organic matter in both soil and oil palm plant residues becomes an important source of nutrients for pathogenic fungi in completing the cycle of disease in plantations.
The Development Strategy of The Shallot as A Commodıty Featured in OKU Dıstrıct Pakhruddin, Pakhruddin; Munajat, Munajat; Efriyanty, Rini
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29165/ajarcde.v6i1.92

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Shallot is the one commodity vegetable featured long been cultivated by farmers in Indonesia. Shallot is also the main commodity in the prioritized development of vegetable lowlands in Indonesia in addition to the already hundreds of years cultivated, as well as is one of the sources of income of farmers and the country's economy. The study aimed to examine whether the shallot is the main commodity in the OKU District and the strategy of developing shallot planting in the OKU District. The research results show that the commodity shallot sub in OKU District with the analysis of the LQ had an index value of 0.42 = LQ < 1. Thus, shallot plantation is a sector in which its production fails to meet the needs of District OKU due to the lack of the role of the sector in the regional economy. It does not have the advantages of the comparative and categorized the non-base or not commodities is a sub-sector of the non-base following the value of LQ < 1. The government conduct management improvement coaching for farmer groups so that institutions in the downstream sector and agribusiness are strong. It is necessary to implement four development strategies to develop shallot planting as a commodity in the OKU District.

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