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SEAS (Sustainable Environment Agricultural Science)
Published by Universitas Warmadewa
ISSN : -     EISSN : 26140934     DOI : https://doi.org/10.22225/seas
SEAS (Sustainable Environment Agricultural Science) is a Journal of development of science and technology in environment usage and management on an on-going basis for agricultural development, provides a forum for publishing research articles or review articles. This journal has been distributed by Warmadewa University Press started from Volume 1 Number 1 Year 2017. This journal encompasses original research articles, review articles and short communications basis for agricultural development including: Agronomy Horticulture Soil Sciences Plant Protection Environmental Food Technology Food Chemistry Biosciences and Biotechnology Aquatic Resource Management Animal Husbandry Animal Feed Nutrition
Articles 98 Documents
The Application Of Different Fresh Fish Handling Techniques On The Quality Of Raw Ingredients Of Producing Pindang Tongkol (Auxis thazard) I Gde Suranaya Pandit; I Wayan Parwata; I Wayan Sudiarta
SEAS (Sustainable Environment Agricultural Science) Vol. 1 No. 1 (2017)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (598.052 KB) | DOI: 10.22225/seas.1.1.394.01-11

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Histamine poisoning can occur from consuming mackerel tuna fish that have undergone a process of decay. To avoid the process, the application of fresh mackerel tuna fish handling techniques required utilizing single factor completely randomized design. The treatment of fresh mackarel tuna fish handling techniques using room temperature as a treatment A.The applications of fresh mackarel tuna fish handling techniques with the addition of crushed ice (1: 4) as treatment B. The application of fresh mackarel tuna fish handling techniques with the addition of 10% salt as treatment C, as well as fish the applications of mackarel tuna fresh handling technicques with 50% B and 50% C as a treatment D. Transportation starts from the fish handling sites in Seraya village Karangasem towards the fish auction in the village of Kusamba Klungkung Bali for ±3 hours. Results of analysis of variance showed significant differences (P
Use of Mulch and Organic Fertilizer on Chrysanthemum Yohanes Parlindungan Situmeang; I Gusti Made Arjana; Kadek Siliani
SEAS (Sustainable Environment Agricultural Science) Vol. 1 No. 2 (2017)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (533.244 KB) | DOI: 10.22225/seas.1.2.395.39-45

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This study aims to determine the growth response and yield of chrysanthemum plants in the application of several types of mulch and organic fertilizer. This research uses the basic design of Randomized Block Design with the factorial pattern with 2 factors and 3 replications. The first factor is mulch treatment consisting of 3 levels ie without mulch, rice husk mulch, and black silver plastic mulch. The second factor is organic fertilizer consists of 3 levels namely petrogenic, cow manure and chicken manure. The research results showed that the highest weight of flower stalk was obtained in silver black mulch treatment, increase of 9.63% when compared with the weight of the lowest flower stalk. The highest economic fresh weight was obtained in mulch treatment, increase of 17.53% when compared with the lowest fresh economic weight on mulch rice husk mulch treatment weighing. The highest weight of the flower stalk was obtained in the treatment of cow manure, increased of 10.14% when compared with the lowest weight of the flower stalk obtained in the treatment of cow manure weighing. The highest economic fresh weight was obtained in the cow manure treatment, which increased by 9.91% when compared with the lowest fresh economic interest weight obtained in the treatment of petrogenic fertilizer weighing. Keywords: type mulch, petrogenic, manure; flower
The Influence of Wheat Flour and Tapioca Comparison Against Characteristics of The Chips Beluntas Leaves During Storage Luh Suriati; I Nyoman Rudianta; Putu Candra; I Gusti Ayu Sukmawati
SEAS (Sustainable Environment Agricultural Science) Vol. 1 No. 2 (2017)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (556.83 KB) | DOI: 10.22225/seas.1.2.396.32-38

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This study aims to know the comparison of wheat flour and tapioca flour in order to make the right ones not quickly wilted. Beluntas is herbs containing chemical compounds including i.e. phenol, alkaloids, tannins, essential oils that act as an antioxidant, anti-bacterial and also helps eliminate body odor. Leaf beluntas, when made into chips will be able to add diversification food products. Surely this will be very interesting for new innovations of food and expected to get the international market. Characteristics of the chips beluntas leaves can still be maintained with tapioca flour: comparison of 30:70 at 8 days storage with objective observations of water levels 21.50%, carbohydrates 8.74%, proteins 2.73%, fat 18.90%, levels of phenol 1485.33mg/kg drag power antioxidant 0.06%). While the subjective observations (color, aroma, flavor, texture and overall admissions) 6.0-6.7 with criteria like-love. Keywords: wheat flour, tapioca, chips beluntas, storage
Effect of Moringa (Moringa oleifera) Leaf Meal Supplementation in Broiler Chicken Ration on Weight of Internal Organs, HDL and Triglyceride Levels Ni Ketut Mardewi; Ni Ketut Etty Suwitari; Ni Ketut Sri Rukmini; I Gusti Agung Dewi Seri Rejeki; Ni Made Gemuh Rasa Astiti
SEAS (Sustainable Environment Agricultural Science) Vol. 1 No. 2 (2017)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (534.022 KB) | DOI: 10.22225/seas.1.2.397.46-51

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This study aims to examine the effect of Moringa leaf meal on broiler chicken ration to the weight of internal organs, triglyceride levels and HDL. The material used in the study was 60 broiler chicken age 2 weeks strain CP707. The design used Completely Randomized Design (RAL) with five treatments and four replications in each treatment. The five treatments are 100% commercial rations without moringa leaf meal as control and 100% commercial rations with 3%, 6%, 9% and 12% moringa leaf meal. Parameters observed included, liver weight, gizzard weight, meat triglyceride levels, and HDL levels of meat. The data obtained were analyzed by completely randomized design. If among the treatments showed significant differences, then the study will be continued by Duncan's multiple-range test. From the results of this study it can be concluded that the addition of moringa leaf meal at level 10% in the ration is the optimal level to decrease the triglyceride of meat without disturbing the HDL content in the meat and the addition of moringa leaf meal up to 12% in the ration does not give a negative effect on the weight of internal organs. Keywords: Broiler Chickens, HDL, Internal Organ, Triglycerides
Empowerment of Sector Outside Agriculture as One of The World Started Land Resources Dewa Nyoman Sadguna; Ni Komang Alit Astiari; Ni Putu Anom Sulistiawati; Made Suarta
SEAS (Sustainable Environment Agricultural Science) Vol. 1 No. 2 (2017)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (551.495 KB) | DOI: 10.22225/seas.1.2.399.52-59

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The porpuse of this research is to know how big result of work outside agriculture sector can give guarantee of survival of farmer's household in Cemagi Village, Mengwi Sub-district, Badung Regency, Bali Province. The method used in the research is purporsive sampling method is a way of determining the location deliberately on the basis of consideration. The village is one of the villages that most of the farmers use their spare time to do work outside the agricultural sector, and no similar research has ever been done. The data used in this research are primary data and secondary data. Data collection methods used were interviews and questionnaires. The data is analyzed by dividing household income from outside agriculture sector with the total income of farmer household and then suppressed. Data the results of the interview if the respondents data interviewed showed that the work outside the agricultural sector utilized by most of the villagers of Cemagi who worked as farmers to improve the welfare of farm households doing work outside the agricultural sector on the sidelines of time to spare. The results of the analysis of respondents if the data data show work outside the agricultural sector that is utilized by most of the people of Cemagi Village who work as farmers to improve the welfare of household farmers as much; 24.05%, doing work outside the agricultural sector on the sidelines of leisure time. The work done include: as a builder of the house accounted for 31.35%, as sand transport workers as much as 24.75%, and the rest there as a truck driver. As hotel employee and villa 28.80 % and as 16.52% of the rest there are as entrepreneurs and others. Looking at the considerable contribution of the carpentry sector, the work can still be undertaken by the farmers of respondents as long as no other work is considered better in helping to increase the income of farm households. Keywords: agricultural sector, revenue, sector outside agriculture
Study Phenophysiology of The Reproductive Periode in Terms of Flowering Induction Luh Putu Anom Sulistiawati; I Nengah Suaria; Ni Komang Alit Astiari; I Made Suarta
SEAS (Sustainable Environment Agricultural Science) Vol. 1 No. 2 (2017)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (922.437 KB) | DOI: 10.22225/seas.1.2.400.60-68

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The aim of research to determine the period of leaf repopulation, in order to form the flowering of Siam citrus plant. The study was conducted from March to December 2016, in Catur Village, Kintamani District, Bangli Regency, Bali Province. The research is descriptive so there is no special treatment given to the samples. The research is done by descriptive method, that is continuous research so that there is a thorough knowledge about the horticultural cultivation problem of tropical fruit, especially the citrus fruit, so that the physiology science of flowering and flowering is obtained in relation Get the fruit of the harvest. The citrus varieties used in this research are Siam citrus plant varieties that have been 6 years old. The number of samples observed as many as 10 plants with the observation of the period of bud shoots with observations every two days, the percentage of leaf buds, the period of shoots The period of leaf shoots, the number of shoots growing. The results showed that the cultivated Siam plants in Catur village Kintamani experienced a period of shoot growth during one period of growth 3 times in one period of growth. There are 4 stages of the period of replanting, ie 1). early shoot, 2), full shoot, 3) adult shoot and 4) dormancy shoot. The observation of the length of time required for early reproduction of approximately 12 weeks from the dormancy shoot, from early shoot to a full-time shoot period of approximately 3 weeks, furthermore for full-time shoot growth of approximately 4 weeks, to The time required adult shoots is approximately 8 weeks. For the amount of repayment during one period of growth of the Siam citrus plant for the period of replanting is the average number of developing is: 6.87 shoots/tree 2 weeks from the emergence of early buds, 15.5 shoots/tree weeks from the appearance of early buds, 26.78 shoots/trees from the emergence of early buds, 38.87 shoots/trees 8 weeks from the appearance of early shoots and 57.09 shoots/trees 12 weeks shoots/trees from the appearance of early shoots. The interest generated during the growth phase during the study was 2 times, with interest yielding an average of approximately 1985 flowers/trees. Keywords: flowering, period shoots, Siam citrus plant
Increasing Household Revenues Through Hydroponic Agricultural as Sustainable Agricultural Efforts Ni Wayan Suryathi; Ni Made Delly Resiani
SEAS (Sustainable Environment Agricultural Science) Vol. 1 No. 2 (2017)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (800.08 KB) | DOI: 10.22225/seas.1.2.401.69-75

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The aims of the study were to analyze the increase in household income of hydroponics doers, to analyze how much increase in income obtained by hydroponic doers through the transfer of hydroponic farming technology in Bali Province and whether hydroponic agriculture can be made into sustainable agriculture.The study was conducted in Bali Province. Study time March-June 2017. Data collection method in this research was through survey and interview. The variables observed in this study were household income from hydroponic farming. The survey and interview data were analyzed by quantitative method by calculating all initial investment, income per harvest, the amount of other costs during one harvest. The quantitative data, then qualitatively explained to give explanation and the meaning of the numbers obtained from the quantitative calculation. The results of the analysis indicate that farming hydroponic systems can increase or be able to provide additional income to households. Therefore, through hydroponic farming, sustainable agriculture efforts will be realized. The increased income can be calculated by comparison of initial investment of Rp.5,000,000.00, compared to income derived from the sale of the vegetables. The income consists of: 1) kale vegetable, per one harvest (3 months) of 10 kg Rp.50,000.00= Rp.500,000.00. In one year, 3 times harvest= Rp.1,500,000.00. 2) Lettuce income three times harvest in one year 10 kg x Rp.75,000.00= Rp.750,000.00.(3 times harvest/year). Then, the total income/year of the hydroponic plant is Rp.2,250,000.00. Costs incurred for 1 year for both vegetable plants is Rp.400,000.00. Income difference and expense of Rp.1,850,000.00 - depreciation Rp.715,000.00 (7 years benefit period)= net income Rp.1,135,000.00. If the investment period is 7 years, the net value for 7 years x Rp.1,135,000.00= Rp.7,945,000.00 – Rp.5,000,000.00 (initial investment)= Rp.2,945,000.00. The conclusion that can be drawn that household income from hydroponic cultivation is profitable, with an income value greater than the costs incurred (revenue>cost). Keywords: increased income, hydroponic
The Type of Fish and Storage Time to The Characteristics of Pedetan in Jembrana Bali Ni Made Ayu Suardani Singapurwa; I Wayan Sudiarta; Anak Agung Made Semariyani; Mariam Lupita Kant
SEAS (Sustainable Environment Agricultural Science) Vol. 1 No. 1 (2017)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (643.513 KB) | DOI: 10.22225/seas.1.1.435.12-18

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Abstract This study aims to determine the study of fish type and storage time to the characteristics of 'pedetan' fish in Jembrana-Bali. This research was conducted in March-May 2015 at Agricultural Processing Laboratory of Agricultural Faculty of Warmadewa University and TVB (Total Volatile Base) analysis was conducted at Fishery product and Quality Control Laboratory of Bali Province. The design used was Factorial Randomized Block Design (RAK) pattern consisting of two treatments and three replications. The first treatment is fish, the type of Sardinella sirm and Sardinella bleeker. The second treatment is the storage time which is consisting of 7 levels ie storage time 0 week, 2 weeks, 4 weeks, 6 weeks, 8 weeks, 10 weeks, and 12 weeks. Observations are made objectively and subjectively. Objective observations include water content, acidity (pH), weight change, and TVB. Subjective observations include appearance, odor, taste, texture, and fungus using assessment method in accordance with the Indonesian standard of quality (SNI 2721.1: 2009). From the objective observation result, water content ranged from 8.13 to 17.07%, pH 6.18-6.55, weight loss 0 - 1.44%, and TVB 34.22 - 53.62 mg-N / 100gram, and subjective observations obtained with specification values ranging from 7.13 to 8.27, odor 7.15 - 8.31, flavors 7.07 - 7.71, texture 7.22 - 7.91, mushrooms (no mushrooms). All analysis parameters above meet the Indonesian standard of quality (SNI 2721.1: 2009). From the results of the study, it was found that Sardinella sirm and Sardinella bleeker with a duration of 12 weeks can maintain the characteristics of pedetan on storage. Keywords: Pedetan, Sardinella sirm, Sardinella bleeker.
Financial Feasibility Analysis of Small and Medium Business Development CV. XYZ in Madiun East Java Ma'ruf Pambudi Nurwantara; Sapta Raharja; Faqih Udin
SEAS (Sustainable Environment Agricultural Science) Vol. 1 No. 1 (2017)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (729.93 KB) | DOI: 10.22225/seas.1.1.436.19-26

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Abstract The agricultural sector is the leading sector of the Indonesian economy. Oyster mushrooms are one of the subsectors of agriculture. High opportunities for business sustainability and consumer demand make it necessary to analyze the financial viability of this venture. Financial feasibility analysis is required to assist CV. XYZ to see the feasibility of the development effort to be run. This research uses investment and production cost analysis method, cost of goods sold, Break Even Point (BEP), Net Present Value (NPV), Payback Period (PP), and Incremental Rate of Return and Ratio B/C. The result of the financial feasibility of CV. XYZ is BEP by selling product 50 baglog or Rp. 150,000 per production. NPV valued at Rp 253,181,432, Payback Period in year 1, IRR worth 40% and Ratio B/C 1.42 in the first year up to the fifth year. Keywords: Financial feasibility,business development, oyster mushrooms
APPLICATION OF FERTILIZATION TIME AND NITROGEN DOSAGE ON PEANUT PLANT (Arachis hypogaea L.) Anak Agung Sagung Putri Risa Andriani; I Nengah Suaria; I Wayan Yudiana; Yohanes Parlindungan Situmeang; Anak Agung Ngurah Mayun Wirajaya; I Gusti Bagus Udayana
SEAS (Sustainable Environment Agricultural Science) Vol. 1 No. 1 (2017)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (791.669 KB) | DOI: 10.22225/seas.1.1.437.27-31

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Abstract This study aims to determine the effect of treatment of fertilization time and dosage of nitrogen to the growth and yield of peanut plants. This experiment is a two-factor experiment with incomplete randomized block design. The first factor is the time (S) of fertilizer consisting of three levels: During planting (S0), 15 days after planting (S1), 30 days after planting (S2), The second factor is the dosage of Nitrogen (N) fertilizer consisting of three levels: 25 kg/ha (N1), 50 kg/ha (N2). The results showed that treatment of fertilization time and a dose of nitrogen showed no significant effect on plant height, maximum leaf number, leaf area index, the total pod containing, total void pod, total pod number, oven dry weight of oven plants, and harvesting index. The interaction of nitrogen dose with a time of fertilization gave a very real effect to most observed variables except for maximum plant height, maximum leaf number, leaf area, harvest index that is not significant. The high dry weight of seed oven per plant was obtained at the fertilizer interaction treatment at 15 days after planting and the dose of nitrogen 25 kg/ha was 30.33 g and or increased by 152.75% and when compared with the control of 12.00 g. From a result of regression analysis got an optimum dose of nitrogen fertilizer that is 34.15 kg/ha with the dry weight of oven seeds per plant maximum 26.73 g. Keywords: Fertilization time, nitrogen dosage, peanut result

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