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  • Iptek bagi Masyarakat Kelompok Pembudidaya Rumput Laut di Desa Labuhan
           Sangoro yang Mengalami Kendala Ketersediaan Bibit

    • Authors: Neri Kautsari
      Pages: 1 - 8
      Abstract: Agar Maju and Balong Ate group is two of five groups of seaweed farmers at Labuhan Sangoro Village facing shortage of seeds quantitatively qualitatively. The project purpose seaweed seedling management then community assistance and training carried out from AprilNovember 2016. The results obtained indicate that the Balong Ate and Agar Maju group has know of management of seaweed seed garden. Amount of the seaweed seed garden of each group is 40 x 40 m with tightrope number is 20 and each strap are 200 clumps. Observation of seaweed growth rate indicates that the seaweed has a very good growth rate with growth rate 3.21 g/day.
      PubDate: 2017-06-19
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 1 (2017)
       
  • IbM Kelompok Ternak Kelinci dan Kelompok Tani Cabai di Desa Mekarsari dan
           Sidorejo, Kecamatan Kabawetan, Kabupaten Kepahiang, Provinsi Bengkulu

    • Authors: Risvan Anwar, Eka Suzanna
      Pages: 9 - 16
      Abstract: IbM program for farmer group partners rabbits Tani Mulya village Mekarsari aims to provide knowledge and business skills make Bokashi fertilizer and liquid organic fertilizer by utilizing waste rabbits are widely available in the village Mekarsari as one of the productive economic activities. Program for partners Rational Kepahiang chili farmer groups is to give knowledge and skills in chili cultivation by utilizing Bokashi rabbit droppings and urine POC rabbits to substitute the use of inorganic fertilizers and pesticides, as well as increase production of chili plants. Methods of execution include: (1) Extension and technical guidance of making modifications to the enclosure; (2) Training and technical guidance manufacture Bokashi rabbit feces and urine POC (3) Extension and technical guidance packaging and manufacture of trademarks Bokashi rabbit feces and urine POC; and (4) Extension and demonstration plot curly chilli cultivation. The conclusion of this program are members of the group partner 1 (Tani Mulya) already know and understand in modifying enclosures so that the urine of rabbits can be disposed of easily, leftover food and feces collected well, where food is specially concentrate that is easily accessible rabbits and easy to clean, the food in the form of special herbs are easy to reach and a special drink that rabbit feels comfortable, environmental sanitation is better and easier to collect waste enclosure to be used as organic fertilizer. In addition, farmers' groups have been able to make fertilizer bokashi of solid waste and liquid waste rabbits, making the brand and market Bokashi manure they produce. Members of farmers group partner 2 (Rational Kepahiang) already know and understand the chilli cultivation by utilizing Bokashi rabbit droppings and urine POC rabbit in order to substitute the use of inorganic fertilizers and pesticides.
      PubDate: 2017-06-19
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 1 (2017)
       
  • Pemanfaatan Limbah Cangkang Kerang Kijing (Pilsbryoconcha exilis) dalam
           Meningkatkan Perekonomian Warga Desa Bulupayung-Kesugihan, Cilacap, Jawa
           Tengah

    • Authors: Rachmi Ridho, Mika Tri Kumala Swandari, Elisa Issusilaningtyas
      Pages: 17 - 23
      Abstract: The Cilacap District area in Central Java Province has a high biodiversity in sea water and fresh water ecosystems due to surrounded by the sea and fresh water environments. The main focus in the Ipteks activities for the peoples (IbM) is to study the potency of Serayu River as an ecosystem of fresh water shell Pilsbryoconcha exilis (kerang kijing). At present, this water fresh shell is harvested only for the meat, while the eggshell is become a waste and not yet utilize for other purposes. To utilize the eggshell which is rich of calcium carbonate to be an economic value, the right method of waste management is needed. The eggshell will be developed as a source of raw materials for cosmetic purposes. The huge amount of eggshell in the Village of Bulupayung-Kesugihan, Cilacap is not yet utilize. The goal of the present study through an IbM scheme is to establish and develop a village community entrepreneur on the waste management of P. exilis eggshell in the community. The IbM activities were consisted of IbM programme socialization and information collection, establishment of community entrepreneur, training, marketing network establishment and development, marketing of IbM product, and economic calculation of the eggshell powder. The present IbM activities that focused on the utilization of P. exilis eggshell waste management has successfully enhanced the economic added value of the eggshell and gave a positive impact by increasing the income of the local community entrepreneur members and triggered the economic enhancement of the local community.
      PubDate: 2017-06-19
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 1 (2017)
       
  • Development of Humpback Grouper Fish (Chromileptes altivelis) Culture in
           Gebe Island, Central Halmahera, North Moluccas

    • Authors: Muhamad Tomi Saiful Insani, Ichsan Kadir, Nur Bambang Priyo Utomo, Ridwan Afandi, . Sulistiono, Thomas Nugroho, Mufti Murhum, Hardono Manan
      Pages: 24 - 33
      Abstract: Gebe Island as one of the islands in Central Halmahera of North Moluccas Province, has a high potential of fishery resources both for capture and aquaculture fisheries. This activity aimed to improve community skill to rear humpback grouper fish (Chromileptes altivelis ) in floating net at Umera and Umiyal Villages as community empowerment in the Gebe Island. The method of this activities were training and mentoring. Juvenile of the fish was from artificial breeding, and collected naturally from the sea around the Gebe Island. According to the observation of the activity, the community can rear the humpback grouper fish from 5 cm to 2025 cm total body length per individual for 12 months (Umera Village), and it was from 5 cm to 1015 cm total body length per individual for 10 months (Umiyal Village). The fish grew to be 300 g/ind (in December 2013), 500 g/ind (July 2014), and 600 g/ind (October 2014). The community has been able to harvest and sell the grouper fish collected from the sea, reared for 24 months in the floating net.
      PubDate: 2017-06-19
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 1 (2017)
       
  • IbM Pemanfaatan Tanaman Eceng Gondok (Eichornia crassipes) untuk Kerajinan
           Tas

    • Authors: Asep Samsudin, Hendra Husnussalam
      Pages: 34 - 39
      Abstract: Water hyacinth (Eichornia crassipes) is floating aquatic plant that reproduces very fast so it is assumed to damage aquatic environment. Other negative assumptions about the plant are that it can cause the flood. Fortunately, there is now a partner, PKBM (Center of Adult Education Activities) Alkaromah in Cililin, Bandung who has already utilized the plants to be bag craft. However, there are several obstacles faced by the partner. The problems are the lack of practical management of bags manufacture made from water hyacinth; started the process of revocation, drying, selection, splitting and weaving. The impractical management also leads to the results of work that are too time-consuming so it is late in answering market demands. Based on the situation, we as the Executive Team of IbM has assisted the Partner to make pressing machine to facilitate the utilization of water hyacinth to be bag craft. The IbM implementation aims to improve the quality of business management and expedite the process of drying and weaving water hyacinth by saving much time. Consequently, the pressing machine has produced significant impacts; the process of drying and weaving hyacinth no longer takes a long time and the results show the quality improvement. To increase the maximum benefit, the Executive Team and Partner also discuss the market share of products. Other efforts are also discussed to make the patent rights to obtain legal protection from the government. This is the preventive step to avoid others from conducting work recognition.
      PubDate: 2017-06-19
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 1 (2017)
       
  • Perbaikan Teknologi Pakan untuk Menjaga Keutuhan Kelompok Tani Penerima
           Bantuan Ternak Sapi di Kabupaten Tanah Datar dan Kota Payakumbuh, Sumatera
           Barat

    • Authors: . Khalil, . Reswati, Yulianti Fitri Kurnia, . Ferawati
      Pages: 40 - 51
      Abstract: The integrity of beneficiary farmers' groups of Bungo Lapai in the district of Tanah Datar and Tapian Agam in the Payakumbuh City was threatened by the insufficient capability of the groups to fulfill forage requirement and low reproductive performances of their cattle. The aims of the present community services were to maintain the integrity of the two beneficiary groups of cattle farmer through extension program and technical skill training for improvement of technology and nutritive values of forages. The program was initiated by the motivation of the group members through extension program in good farming practices. The groups were then offered feed handling and process facilities, followed by training programs on the techniques of collecting and preserving large amount green feed in the form of silage. The group members were also provided the technical skills to improve the nutritional value of forage through the preparation of supplemented feed produced by utilizing locally available materials that are easily obtained by the farmer. The overall achievements of the program included better motivation of group members in applying good farming practices. Improvement of technical skills in the preservation of large quantity of green fodder in form of silage gave a positive impact of has a good impact on farmer motivation. The use mineral feed supplements might improve the nutritional value of forages and reproductive performances of cattle.
      PubDate: 2017-06-19
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 1 (2017)
       
  • Usaha Pengolahan Ikan dan Cacing Laut (Kian) Asap di Ohoi Wab, Kecamatan
           Hoat Sorbay

    • Authors: Daniel Ngabalin, Eygner Gerald Talakua
      Pages: 52 - 59
      Abstract: Smoked fish processing business in Wab Village still used traditional methods (fumigation open) and are household enterprises (micro-scale enterprises) can be seen from the aspect of production and management aspects. Two aspects of this raise the priority issues faced by partners namely: how the fish correct fumigation techniques' What forms fumigation appropriate tool' How to manage capital and production business properly' How do I do the recording business activities in the notebook business correctly' And how to sell or market products correctly' Through methods of participatory rural appraisal, fisheries extension method, and the method pretest-posttest control group design, the implementation of community service activities carried out as a priority the settlement solution problem by doing: 1) Initial extension of community service activities; 2) Extension of heat curing, heat curing tool making appropriate, and the use of heat curing; 3) Counseling on capital management and production; 4) Extension of book production business records; and 5) Counseling about pricing, promotion, and strategy for dealing with the business of competition. So the outcome reached was contained fish products and marine worms (increasingly) the smoke as much as 25 / week; there are two tools used fumigation partners; there were five notebooks submitted to partners and capable of recording the three notebooks (book purchases, sales, and profit/loss); and 50 fish and marine worms (increasingly) smoke marketed in Wab Village.
      PubDate: 2017-06-19
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 1 (2017)
       
  • Inisiasi Pengembangan Pemasaran Ikan Teri (Stolephorus Spp.) dan
           Pembentukan Kelembagaan dalam Rangka Pemberdayaan Masyarakat di Desa
           Saramaake, Halmahera Timur

    • Authors: Ujang Sehabudin, Faleh Setia Budi, Dian Herawati, Joko Purnomo, . Sulistiono
      Pages: 60 - 70
      Abstract: One of the villages in East Halmahera which has been known as anchovy production area is Saramaake Village. Commonly, a community in this village has an income from the anchovy fishery. The product of the anchovy fish is high and various in size, while fish marketing increase and good institution did not establish yet. This activity has been done for 7 months from June 2016January 2017, aimed to improve the product marketing, and institution establishment through training and mentoring. According to the activity has been done, marketing of the dried anchovy which was marketed previously in big size (bulky), it can be marketed in small size with better packaging (100, 200, 500, and 1.000 g) and labelling, while the processed fish can be marketed also in packaging (100 g) and labelling. The institution has been established a namely cooperative small business group (KUB) both for fisherman and fish processing person. Through the marketing development and institution establishment, fishermen can manage their fish product better.
      PubDate: 2017-06-19
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 1 (2017)
       
  • Pemberdayaan KWT Citra Mandiri melalui Pengembangan Produk Olahan Berbasis
           Aloe vera di Kecamatan Tapos, Depok

    • Authors: . Rahmawati, Mohammad Sabariman, Susilo Utomo
      Pages: 71 - 77
      Abstract: Service activities such as science, technology and the arts for the people (IbM) to the group of women farmers and processors of aloe plant (Aloe vera) namely Citra Mandiri in Tapos Districts, Depok (as a partner) has the following objectives: 1) Standardization of nata Aloe vera product to be a good processed with consistently and desired products; 2) Diversification of Aloe vera products; and 3) Improvement and business management technical training. Community service team, who act as facilitators have been mentoring to improve the product quality Aloe vera nata to be consistent, to develop new products as diversification of candy and puddings of Aloe vera with the appropriate technology for home industries with a current good Manufacturing Practice and hygienic environment. To expand the market access, the team also trained collaborators about food packaging and labeling. In addition, a collaborators become a member of the Creative Industries Association of Depok to increase their market access and network.
      PubDate: 2017-06-19
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 1 (2017)
       
  • Ikan Bandeng Tanpa Duri (Chanos chanos) sebagai Peluang Bisnis Masyarakat
           Desa Mootinelo, Kabupaten Gorontalo Utara, Provinsi Gorontalo

    • Authors: Elya Nusantari, Aryati Abdul, Rita Marsuci Harmain
      Pages: 78 - 87
      Abstract: One of the problems of the fishing community of milkfish (Chanos chanos) Mootinelo Village, North Gorontalo District was the selling price of fish is cheap. That was because the milkfish has many thorns so that less favored communities. However, milkfish has a high excess nutrients especially unsaturated fatty acids omega-3 (ω3) reached 14.2 and a protein content of 20. In relation with it, this activity aims to increase the sale value of milkfish through training activities thorn fish and diversified products. The method used was the training activities thorn fish, dan accompaniment of activities to pull out the fish milk spines to produce diversification products, followed by mentoring partner groups, especially women and households, as well as the surrounding communities who have the desire to entrepreneurship. The activities were practiced partner groups thorn fish suit the morphology and position structure thorns fish. The result was a fish without spines can be sold to consumers or processed into products, such as nuggets, meatballs, krispy milkfish, and a traditional menu of Gorontalo fish area such as rica-rica and woku fish. The conclusion is milkfish without spines have a profitable business opportunity with the increase in the selling price of milkfish without spines. It can increase the income of fishing communities in the fish ponds in the Mootinelo Village, North Gorontalo District.
      PubDate: 2017-06-19
      Issue No: Vol. 3, No. 1 (2017)
       
 
 
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