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ISSN (Online) 2477-7927
Published by Universitas Timor Homepage  [2 journals]
  • The Effect of Provision of Mol (Local Microorganism) Banana Webs on The
           Growth and Production of Melon Plants (Cucumis melo.L)

    • Authors: Asep Iksan Gumelar, Ambrosius Naitili
      Pages: 58 - 65
      Abstract: This study aimed to (i) determine the type of concentration and frequency MOL banana weevil on the growth and yield of melon plants, (ii) to determine the response of melon plants to the use MOL (banana weevil). This research was carried out in June-August 2021, on the land of farmers in mamsena, west Insana sub-district, Regency North Central Timor (TTU). with an altitude of 600 meters above sea levels, rainfall between 2500-4000 mm. the design used in the study was a factorial randomized block design (RAK) consisting of 2 factors with 3 replication, the first factor (K) concentration consisting of (control )g, (K1) 500 ml, (K2) 1000 ml, the second factor (F) frequency of fertilization which consists of: F1 which is 2 times fertilization at planting time (WT) and 14 DAP, F2 is 3 times fertilization at planting time (WT), 14, 28 DAP, F3 fertilizing 4 times: planting time (WT), 14,28,and 42 DAP. Of these two factors, there were 9 treatment combinations, namely K0F1, K1F1, K2F1, K0F2, K1F2, K2F2, K0F3, K1F3, K2F3, so there were 27 experimental units. The result showed (i) the treatment of banan weevil MOL concentration and the frequency of watering had a significant effect on the growth and yield of melon plants. This could be seen from the interaction on the growth parameters, namely plants height 14 DAP, 28 DAP and stem diameter 14 DAP, concentration treatment MOL banana weevil 1000 ml is the best treatment in increasing the growth and yield of melon plantes. This can be seen with the highest values in the parameters of stem diameter, number of leaves, fresh weight fruit per plant, fruith length, fruit diameter, total fresh weight, leaf weight, root weight and harvest index, Treatment frequency of watering 3 times is the best treatment in increasing the growth and yield of melon plants. This can be seen with the highest values for the parameters of stem diameter, number of leaves, fresh weight of fruit per plant, fruit length, diameter of fruit, total fresh weight, and harvest index.
      PubDate: 2023-08-31
      DOI: 10.32938/sc.v8i3.1548
      Issue No: Vol. 8, No. 3 (2023)
  • Exploration Types of Non-Wood Forest Products (NTFPs) On Tidore Island

    • Authors: Rini Husen, Ramli Hadun, Asiah Salatalohy
      Pages: 66 - 78
      Abstract: This study aims to determine the types of Non-Timber Forest Products (HHBK) products on Tidore Island and to determine their utilization. The method used in this research is the observation method (survey) with the research design being descriptive method and data collection procedures or data collection techniques namely observation, interviews, literature study, and documentation. This research was carried out in June-July 2022 in seven sub-districts, namely: Tomagoba, Soasio, Indonesiana, Gurabunga, Kalaodi, Doyado, and Jaya sub-districts. The results showed that there were 14 types of NTFP products on Tidore Island which were made by craftsmen and processors including Chairs, Tables, Yarn (natural dyes), Traditional dance attributes, Dipper, Baskets, Saloi, Nyiru (Susiru), Filters (Aya-aya ), caping (Tolu), coconut baskets (Bika), food box (besek), flower pots, and cinnamon. The use of NTFP product types by craftsmen and processors is as a livelihood and for daily needs in the form of handicraft products and beverage processing products with different forms of utilization that can be used by consumers and the public. Craftsmen and processors need a place and special attention from the government to distribute, support and promote the products they create, especially products from NTFPs on Tidore Island.
      PubDate: 2023-08-31
      DOI: 10.32938/sc.v8i3.1998
      Issue No: Vol. 8, No. 3 (2023)
  • Test of Use of Goat Manure on Growth and Yield of Basil (Ocimum Sanctum

    • Authors: M Abror
      Pages: 79 - 83
      Abstract: This study aims to determine the effect of the use of goat manure on the growth and yield of basil plants. This research was carried out on campus land, Modong Village, Tulangan District, Sidoarjo Regency from December 2022 to February 20223.  This study used a Group Randomized Design (RAK) with a single fak tor, namely fermented goat shrimp solid fertilizer consisting of 7 treatments, namely: 10 tons / ha, 12.5 tons / ha, 15 tons / ha, 17.5 tons / ha, 20 tons / ha,  22.5 tons / h a  , 25 tons / ha. Data analysis uses variant analysis (Anova) and if there is a difference, further tests of Honest Real Difference (BNJ) 5% and 1% are carried out.  From the observations, the results showed a real effect on the observation of plant height aged 7 HST in P7 treatment and crop index measurement in P4 treatment and also had a very real effect on measuring the wet weight of plants in P3 treatment.
      PubDate: 2023-08-31
      DOI: 10.32938/sc.v8i3.2085
      Issue No: Vol. 8, No. 3 (2023)
  • Chemical Properties Analysis and Evaluation of Soil Fertility on Dry Land
           in Eremerasa District, Bantaeng Regency

    • Authors: Saida Saida, Ardiansyah Putra, Bakhtiar Ibrahim
      Pages: 84 - 91
      Abstract: This study aims to determine the status of soil fertility on dry land, soil fertility parameters which are the limiting factors on dry land and make a map of soil fertility status in Eremerasa District, Bantaeng Regency. This research was conducted in Eremerasa Subdistrict, Bantaeng Regency, South Sulawesi and the Laboratory of Soil Science and Environmental Conservation, Faculty of Agriculture, Muslim University of Indonesia, and Soil Laboratory of the Faculty of Agriculture, Hasanuddin University, in February–August 2022. Data from the land use maps, soil type maps, slope maps, and soil fertility maps were collected using the PPT 1995 research technique. The two maps are juxtaposed. The soil response (pH), soil CEC, base saturation, phosphorus content, potassium content, and C-Organic are among the soil characteristics assessed in the laboratory and are all adjusted to the information provided. It is necessary to do a 1995 PPT method soil fertility evaluation. The data were gathered using both primary and secondary sources, and they were then modified to meet the 1995 PPT's recommendations for soil fertility. The results showed that the status of soil fertility in Eremerasa District, Bantaeng Regency was in the status of low to very low criteria. Soil fertility parameters that became obstacles in soil fertility status were cation exchange capacity, base saturation dominated by low criteria, and Phosphorus content which also had criteria. low, C-organic and Potassium with very low criteria and pH dominated by slightly acidic criteria. The research area with low soil fertility status is 2,611.92 ha, while the research area with very low soil fertility status is 72.96 ha.
      PubDate: 2023-08-31
      DOI: 10.32938/sc.v8i3.2107
      Issue No: Vol. 8, No. 3 (2023)
  • Characteristics of Agro-Pedo-Climatic for Development of Rubber and Oil
           Palm Plantations in Moramo Area, Southeast Sulawesi

    • Authors: Syamsu Alam, Sahta Ginting, M Tufaila Hemon, Aliyaman Aliyaman, Jufri Karim, Anna Kusumawati
      Pages: 92 - 101
      Abstract: Information on land characteristics, especially climatic and soil conditions of an area, is not only needed in determining land suitability but also in determining alternative management inputs needed for the development of certain commodities, including rubber and oil palm. Rubber and oil palm are export commodities that are national priority whose productivity continues to be pursued, including through extensification to various regions. This study aims to determine the potential for the development of rubber and oil palm plantations in Moramo and surrounding areas, based on soil and climatic conditions. Soil survey method which aims to obtain land characteristics data is used in this study. The characteristics of the land observed were climatic conditions such as temperature, rainfall, and dry months, and soil conditions such as drainage, texture, effective depth, cation exchange capacity, base saturation, pH, C-organic, P2O5, K2O, surface rocks, erosion hazard, slopes, and flood hazards. Evaluation of land suitability was carried out using the matching method between land characteristic data obtained from the field and laboratory with the criteria for growing rubber and oil palm plantations. The results showed that the climatic conditions that could be a limiting factor for the development of rubber and oil palm plantations in the Moramo area were rainfall and air temperature. Soil conditions that are limiting factors for the development of rubber and oil palm plantations in the Moramo area can be in the form of effective soil depth, slope, and erosion hazards. Management inputs that need to be carried out for the development of rubber and oil palm plantations in the Moramo area are soil conservation measures for erosion and slope limiting factors, and irrigation system settings for rainfall limiting factors. Potentially based on climate and soil conditions, rubber and oil palm plantations have the potential to be developed in most areas of Moramo.
      PubDate: 2023-08-31
      DOI: 10.32938/sc.v8i3.2142
      Issue No: Vol. 8, No. 3 (2023)
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