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Journal Cover Wahana Forestra : Jurnal Kehutanan
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   ISSN (Print) 1858-4209 - ISSN (Online) 2548-608X
   Published by Universitas Lancang Kuning Homepage  [6 journals]
  • UTILIZATION OF RUBBER POWDER AND PATIN FISH WASTE AS MATERIAL OF, LIQUID
           ORGANIC FERTILIZER AND PADDY FEED

    • Authors: Hadinoto Hadinoto, Eni Suhesti, Eno Suwarno
      Abstract: ABSTRACT
      Rubber trees planted by people in several districts of Riau province, among them the Kampar regency. Rubber seed that has not valuable feed source can be used for one of them is a main ingredient of fish feed. In addition to rubber seed, Tower Island Village also produces waste Patin fish entrails. The waste generated from the business community to make smoked fish Patin. During this time the waste is dumped in waterways around residences. Problems IbM partners: 1) Partners have the willingness to do business, but do not have the knowledge and skills in the field of production, 2) Partners do not have knowledge in aspects of business management, which is a way of packaging, marketing, and business analysis calculations. Solutions are performed: training and assistance for people with the target communities to utilize the waste around them. Outputs from this IbM activities include: 1) The method of making rubber seed flour; 2) Method of making the feed / fish pellet made from rubber seed flour; 3) The method of making a liquid organic fertilizer from waste fish entrails catfish; 4) Method of manufacture of poultry feed from catfish waste; 5) rubber seed flour; 6) Feed / fish pellet; 7) liquid organic fertilizer; 8) feed poultry. Mitra has begun to open wawasanya in utilizing waste rubber seed and catfish after receiving an explanation from the team. Partners receive initial skills in the utilization of fish waste and rubber seeds to manufacture pellets of fish, organic liquid fertilizer and poultry feed.

      Keywords: rubber seeds, waste. fish feed, poultry feed, liquid organic fertilizer
      Issue No: Vol. 12
       
  • DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY OF NON-TIMBER FOREST PRODUCTS LEADING IN THE DISTRICT
           KAMPAR - RIAU

    • Authors: Eni Suhesti, Hadinoto Hadinoto, Muhammad Ikhwan
      Abstract: ABSTRACT This study aims to 1) identify the types of NTFP and the level of excellence in Kampar District, 2) Formulate a potential HHBK development strategy to be excellent in Kampar District. The study was conducted on May-August 2016, with survey method. Data collection is done on three objects that are potential areas of NTFP, community and related offices. The data collection on the potential of NTFPs and the determination of the level of excellence of each type of HHBK shall be guided by the Minister of Forestry Regulation No.P.21 / Menhut-II / 2009. The results of the study identified the types of HHBK in Kampar Regency there are 9 types, namely: honey (from Apis dorsata), rattan (Calamus sp), durian (Durio zibethinus), mangosteen (Garcinia mangostana), tampui (Bacaurea macrocarpa) Scaphium macropodum), Pinang (Areca catechu), petai (Parkia speciosa) and gaharu (Aqularia malaccensis), with HHBK excellence class including class II and class III. Development strategy of superior HHBK of Kampar Regency: 1) Improvement of product quality and diversification (honey and durian); 2) Increasing the quality of rural human resources; 3) Strengthening of rural institutions; 4) Facilities / business capital development, post-harvest handling and marketing  Keywords: Non-Timber Forest Products (HHBK), Kampar Kiri Sub-District, Gunung Sahilan Sub-District, Community Welfare
      Issue No: Vol. 12
       
  • COMPARISON OF TECHNICAL TREE SAMPLING AND UNIT EXAMPLES OF CIRCLE IN
           SUPPORTING POTENCY OF FOREST PLANT EKALIPTUS (EUCALYPTUS PELLITA F. MEULL)
           

    • Authors: Muhammad Ikhwan, Emy Sadjati, Azwin Azwin
      Abstract: ABSTRACT The forest inventory is basically a data collection activities. This activity is relatively important, because the effect on further activities. Hence the data collected must have a high enough accuracy. A way of determining the sampling unit is considered to be simpler, easier, and faster is the tree sampling method. The purpose of this study was to quantify the potential large stands of eucalyptus in the Forest of eucalyptus plants in the Faculty of Forestry and calculate the relative efficiency of sample unit. The total area is 0.11 ha of eucalyptus stands. Unit examples used are circular, 4-trees sampling, sampling 5-trees, and 6-trees sampling is done by simple random sampling method. Potential stands of eucalyptus with method 4 sample trees have an average volume stands perplot is 0.096 m3, with the volume of the stand for the entire area is 111.09 m3 with a sampling error of 43.65%. Potential stands of eucalyptus trees by the method of example 5 has a volume average stocking each plot is 0.091 m3, with the volume of the stand for the entire area is 105.40 m3 with a sampling error of 51%. Potential stands of eucalyptus by using 6 sample trees have an average volume stands each plot was 0.08 m3, with the volume of the stand for the entire area is 92.83 m3 with a sampling error of 54.77%. Potential stands of eucalyptus with a diameter circular sample plots of 12 m has an average volume stands each plot is 6,37 m3, with the volume of the stand for the entire area is 65.61 m3 with a sampling error of 22.63%. Keywords: inventory, forest plantation, eucalyptus
      Issue No: Vol. 12
       
  • IMPACT OF FIRE FOREST FIRE ON SUBSIDENCE IN INDUSTRIAL PLANT FOREST

    • Authors: Ambar Tri Ratnaningsih, Sri Rahayu Prastyaningsih
      Abstract: ABSTRACT Forest fires in peat soils will affect hydrological characteristics and hydrological cycles. Industrial Plantation Forest in Riau Province is mostly located in peat soil. This study aims to measure the impact of forest fires on peat subsidence and water table level. The research location is located in industrial forest plantation located in Bengkalis Regency, Riau Province. The method of research is to install piezometer and iron rod stuck into the soil to penetrate the mineral soil layer, then the iron that appears on the surface of the soil is made permanent sign for reference in monitoring the altitude change of the surrounding surface (subsidency). The fire peat forest has a depth of 12.21 cm month-1 down water level from the peat surface while in the unburned area 10 cm month-1. In the burnt area the rate of peat surface decline is 0.159 cm month-1 while the unburned area is 0.119 cm month-1 Keywords: subsidence, water table level, industrial tree plantations, forest fires
      Issue No: Vol. 12
       
  • TEAM ROLE OF COOPERATION IN FOREST AND LAND FIRE FIGHTING

    • Authors: Junaidi Junaidi
      Abstract: ABSTRACTKebakaran lahan dan hutan (Karlahut) menimbulkan dampak yang besar dari segi lingkungan, pendidikan, politik, ekonomi, kesehatan, hubungan antar negara dan citra Indonesia di mata dunia. Akibat dari Karlahut telah merusak jutaan hektar lahan dan hutan yang berdampak terhadap kerugian materil dan imateril yang sangat besar. Melalui Peraturan Menteri Lingkungan Hidup dan Kehutanan Republik Indonesia Nomor  P.32/MenLHK/Setjen/Kum.1/3/2016 telah di atur suatu sistem  Pengendalian Kebakaran Hutan dan Lahan. Kerjasama Tim merupakan faktor yang sangat peting dalam sistem pengendalian kebakaran hutan dan lahan. Tampa Tim yang kompak dan harmonis maka tujuan dari sistem yang sudah dibangun akan sulit  di capai.Land and forest fires (Karlahut) pose a great impact in terms of environment, education, politics, economics, health, inter-state relations and the image of Indonesia in the eyes of the world. As a result of Karlahut has damaged millions of hectares of land and forests that have an impact on material and immaterial losses are very large. Through the Minister of Environment and Forestry of the Republic of Indonesia Number P.32 / MenLHK / Secretariat / Kum.1 / 3/2016 have set a system control forest fires. Teamwork is a critical importance of a system of land and forest fire control. Tampa team that is compact and harmonious then the purpose of the system already built will be difficult to accomplish.                                                     Keyword : Karlahut, Tim, Staekholde
      Issue No: Vol. 12
       
  • INCENTIVE SYSTEM OF FOREST ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES IN HUTAN LARANGAN ADAT
           RUMBIO KAMPAR DISTRICT

    • Authors: Enny Insusanty, Emy Sadjati
      Abstract: ABSTRACTThe Indigenous Prohibited Forestof Rumbio provide benefits for the community in the form of non-timber forest products and environmental services in the form of water resources, but amid the increasing demand for land and economic demands put pressure on forests that threaten forest sustainability. Therefore, this study examines the factors that influence the participation of surrounding communities in conservation and environmental management activities and environmental services incentive system that can be adopted in the Indigenous Prohibited Forestof Rumbio. The method used in this research is survey method with questionnaire and in-depth interviews. Data analysis is descriptive using AHP method and multiple linear regression. This study result in that developed incentive programs for people around The Indigenous Prohibited Forest of Rumbio in the framework of forest conservation are employment (24.17%), subsidy in second rank  (20.15%) and improvement of conservation techniques in third rank (18.90%). Factors that significantly influence the participation of respondents are education, knowledge, level of dependence on forests, customary institutions. Incentives are directed to the payment of environmental services by granting rights in the management of environmental services such as water use, non-timber forest product development, and tourism and education activities involving the community. Keywords: system, incentives, environmental services, participation, preference 
      Issue No: Vol. 12
       
  • MPACT OF PALM OIL PLANTATION TO DIVERSITY OF TROPICAL PLANT SPECIES (CASE
           STUDY: RIAU PROVINCE)

    • Authors: Hafizah Nahlunnisa, Yanto Santosa, Ervizal AM Zuhud
      Abstract: ABSTRACTOil palm expansion that occurred in Indonesia become the concern today. The expansion of oil palm plantations is a major contribution to the national economy. However oil palm plantations is claimed as the cause of the destruction of primary forests and reduce the diversity of plant species. Therefore, research is needed to explore the history of land cover of oil palm plantations and knowing the diversity of plant species before and after the oil palm plantations. The study was conducted in March-April 2016 in 6 companies in Riau province. The data collected by the analysis of Landsat imagery to see the condition of land cover prior to their oil palm plantations. In addition, analysis of vegetation in 2-3 plots on land cover before and after the oil palm plantations. The land cover were observed after the oil palm plantations that HCV suspected area as an area that has a high diversity of plant species in oil palm plantations. Analysis of landsat satelite indicated that the history of land cover oil palm plantations is come from secondary forest (19.88%), rubber plantations (59.26%), open land (19.87%), and mixed agriculture (0.99%). The highest diversity of plant that is in HCV which forest areas form. The results showed that the number of plant species was decreased about 60.56-93.33% in the three companies, while the other three companies does not have change the number of plant species. The company did not change the diversity of plant species are those with HCV area in the form of secondary forest that had existed before the oil palm plantations. Thus, there was no history of land cover palm oil from primary forests, and then to the impact of oil palm plantations on plant species diversity was decreased significantly.Keywords: HCV, oil palm plantations, plants, species changes
      Issue No: Vol. 12
       
 
 
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