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  • Effect of Modification of Refining Media and Storage Time of Male Lontar
           Flower Nira (Borassus Flabellifer L.) on Product Quality of Timor Sopi
           (Tua Nakaf).

    • Authors: Yakobus Pffeferius Edvent Saba Agu, Syprianus Ceunfin, Yohanes Neno
      Pages: 30 - 36
      Abstract: Sopi is an alcoholic drink distilled from Nira Lontar. For the indigenous people, dawan Sopi is a traditional drink, a cultural symbol and a tie for friendship between family members, for example as a traditional conversation starter and or media for solving problems. The problem that is happening in today's society is that people still tend to apply the conventional distillation process or their ancestral heritage, which requires a relatively longer time to produce the best quality sopi. Shok is a medium used from bamboo which is used for sopi distillation. The formulation of the problems in this study are i) How does the modification of the distillation medium (high shock) affect the quality of Timor sopi products, ii) How is the quality of Timor sopi products based on the length of storage time for sap of 24 hours and 12 hours of palm flower. This study aims to determine the effect of modified distillation media on the quality of Timor sopi products. To find out the quality of Sopi Timor products based on the length of time for palm sap to be stored. This research was carried out in Lanaus Village from September to October 2020. The palm sap used as research raw material was tapped from male lontar trees that grow around plantations and community forests in Lanaus Village, Insana Tengah District, TTU-NTT Regency. This study used a completely randomized design (CRD), which consisted of 2 factors. The results showed that there was no interaction between high shock treatment and sap storage time on parameters of sap alcohol content, sap acidity, sap soluble solids, sopi alcohol content, sopi acidity degree, and sopi soluble solids. The high shock treatment greatly affected the sopi alcohol content, this was indicated by the value of the sopi alcohol content at 12 hours of distillation at 3 meters high shock treatment where the yield reached an alcohol content of 48.33%. The duration of the sap storage has a significant effect on the quality of sopi, this is exemplified by the storage time of 12 hours in the morning giving the highest value of sap alcohol content and degree of acidity, while the soluble solids of the sap treatment of 12 hours in the afternoon give the highest soluble solids value. However, for the parameters of sopi alcohol content, degree of acidity of sopi and dissolved solids of sopi, the best holding time is the treatment time of 12 hours afternoon (shock height 3 meters). for 12 hours afternoon and with a shock height of 3 meters.
      PubDate: 2023-05-04
      DOI: 10.32938/sc.v8i2.1303
      Issue No: Vol. 8, No. 2 (2023)
  • The Effect of Auxin Concentration on The Growth of Vanilla (Vanilla
           planifolia A.) Seedlings

    • Authors: Rona Aditania, Yan Sukmawan, Made Same, Adryade Reshi Gusta
      Pages: 37 - 42
      Abstract: Indonesia is one of the world's most enormous vanilla (Vanilla planifolia A.) producing countries. Propagation of vanilla plants by vegetative means using cuttings consisting of 1-3 segments, each node of vanilla has the potential to remove roots and shoots so that with this potential, it is possible for vanilla to be propagated by cuttings. Still, the growing ability is meagre, so special treatment is needed by giving plant growth regulators (PGR). Information regarding using NAA on the growth of vanilla cuttings has not been found. Therefore, this study was conducted to obtain the best NAA concentration for the growth of vanilla seedlings. This research was carried out from July - November 2021 in the experimental garden of the Politeknik Negeri Lampung. The method used was a single factor Randomized Block Design (RBD) with five treatments and five replications, so there were 25 experimental units. The treatment consisted of five levels, namely 0 ppm (R0), 100 ppm (R1), 200 ppm (R2), 300 ppm (R3), and 400 ppm (R4). The data was analysed using the F test. If there is a difference, proceed with the HSD test at the 5% level. The results showed that the 200 ppm (R2) NAA concentration gave the highest average value for several variables, namely, shoot height (16.86 cm), number of leaves (4.68), number of internodes (4.84), and root length (57.05 cm) at the age of 30 DAP to 120 DAP.
      PubDate: 2023-05-04
      DOI: 10.32938/sc.v8i2.1855
      Issue No: Vol. 8, No. 2 (2023)
  • Response Of Cucumber (Cucumis sativus L.) Mars Cultivar to Combination Of
           Organic And Anorganic Fertilizer Dosage

    • Authors: Asep Ikhsan Gumelar
      Pages: 43 - 46
      Abstract: The purpose of this study was the effect of combination doses of Organic (chicken) and Anorganic (Urea, SP36 and KCl) fertilizers on the growth and yield of cucumber plants. the best cucumber plant. This study used an experimental method and the design used was a Simple Randomized Block Design (RAK) consisting of five treatments and five replications. So there are five plots, each repeated five times and each plot having four polybags, so the total number of polybags: 5x5x4 polybags = 100 polybags. With treatment A : Organic (0.12) + Anorganic (Urea 0.55 g/polybag, SP36 0.30 g/polybag, KCL 0.25 g/polybag), B : Organic (0.18) + Anorganic (Urea 0.50 g/polybag, SP36 0.30 g/polybag, KCL 0.25 g/polybag), C: Organic (0.25) + Anorganic (Urea 0.45 g/polybag, SP36 0.30 g/polybag , KCL 0.25 g/polybag), D: Organic (0.31) + Anorganic (Urea 0.40 g/polybag, SP36 0.30 g/polybag, KCL 0.25 g/polybag), and E: Organic (0.37) + Anorganic (Urea 0.35 g/polybag, SP36 0.30 g/polybag, KCL 0.25 g/polybag). The results showed that treatment C could increase the number of leaves and plant height of the Mars cultivar cucumber. Treatment B can increase the number of Mars cultivar cucumber fruit. The application of different chicken manure and Anorganic fertilizers did not affect the fruit weight of the Mars cultivar cucumber.
      PubDate: 2023-05-04
      DOI: 10.32938/sc.v8i2.1961
      Issue No: Vol. 8, No. 2 (2023)
  • The Effect of Injection of Liquid Palm Sugar Solution on the Diameter
           Growth of Kesambi Twigs (Schleichera oleosa) As Hosts for Lak Lice
           (Laccifer lacca)

    • Authors: Faustinus Kadha, Supriyanto Supriyanto, N F Haneda
      Pages: 47 - 52
      Abstract: <div style="text-align: justify;"> The Laccifer lacca lives parasitically on kesambi (Schleichera oleosa) which has branches that are not too old or not too young and are gray-green in color. The Laccifer lacca sticks its proboscis into the branch and reaches the phloem tissue. Kesambi that lacks phloem fluid will cause decreased growth, yellow leaves and fall off. The purpose of this study was to inject liquid palm sugar solution into kesambi plant tissue by using an injection pump technique or a multi-injection technique. This research was carried out through the process of injecting kesambi, inoculation of Laccifer lacca, maintenance, and measuring the growth of branch diameter. The diameter of the branch where the Laccifer lacca live can be divided into 3 sizes, namely large (> 0.74 cm), medium (0.50–0.74 cm), and small (< 0.50 cm). The growth of branch diameter did not show a significant difference of 0.3 cm/5 months of observation at all concentrations of LGCL.</div>
      PubDate: 2023-05-04
      DOI: 10.32938/sc.v8i2.2014
      Issue No: Vol. 8, No. 2 (2023)
  • Physiological Response of Soybean (Glycine max. L (Merr)) Ajasmoro Variety
           In Ruteng District, Manggarai Regency

    • Authors: Devi Liana, Tri Astuti, Dumaris Priskila Purba, Fanny Juliarti Panjaitan
      Pages: 53 - 57
      Abstract: Soybean plants require high light intensity so that if there is a decrease in solar radiation for a long time it will affect the soybeans growth and development. This study aims to determine the soybeans physiological respons to rice straw compost application in the highlands. This research was carried out for 4 months from March to July 2022 in Ruteng District, Manggarai Regency. This experiment used a non-factorial randomized block design (RBD) consisting of four treatment levels, namely control, 240 g/polybag rice straw compost, 480 g/polybag rice straw compost and 720 g/polybag rice straw compost. The results showed that the highest plant N uptake was obtained at the dose of rice straw compost 240 g/polybag. The rice straw compost application to the variable plant height and chlorophyll content was not significantly different. This is a form of soybeans adaptation mechanism in the highlands.
      PubDate: 2023-05-04
      DOI: 10.32938/sc.v8i2.2057
      Issue No: Vol. 8, No. 2 (2023)
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