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KETAHANAN PANGAN RUMAH TANGGA PETANI PENGHASIL BERAS ORGANIK

Jurnal Gizi dan Pangan Vol 2, No 3 (2007): November 2007
Publisher : Jurnal Gizi dan Pangan

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The study was designed to analyze level of household food secu­rity of farmers who plant organic rice and identify landholding that supporting household food security. For that purposes, 61 samples of household were selected from farming households in Ciburuy Village, Bogor Regency. Data collected was landholding, working capital, cooperation, education, purposes of practicing on organic farming, waste management, knowledge of organic farming, organic rice productivity, income, food consumption and level of household food security. Food recall 1 X 24 hours and food frequency (weekly, monthly, and yearly) were used to obtain food consumption data. Household food security was deter­mined based on level of energy consumption. Landholding that supporting household food security was determined based on rice consumption and household productivity. The analyses results of household food security showed that 85.2% of households were secure and 14.8% were insecure. Variables that significantly influenced household food security were income, knowledge of organic farming, organic rice productivity, purposes of practicing on organic farming, landholding, and waste management. Pearson correlation analyses showed that in­come, knowledge of organic farming, organic rice productivity, and landholding had signifi­cant effect toward  household food security. Spearman correlation analyses showed that purposes of practicing on organic farming and waste management had significant association with household food security too.  Based on daily average of energy sufficiency, land-man ratio should be 318 m2/person. Keywords: household food security, organic farming, land-man ratio

Penentuan Ukuran Sumur Resapan Berdasarkan Luasan Rumah, Curah Hujan, dan Infiltrasi (Studi Kasus di Komplek Perumahan Reni Jaya, Pamulang, Tangerang, Banten)

Jurnal Matematika Sains dan Teknologi Vol 6 No 1 (2005)
Publisher : LPPM Universitas Terbuka

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All developers should consider continuity of water supply for the house dweller, as much rain water falling on the house yard will be lost as run-off water instead of filling the shallow ground water. Hence, there should be absorption wells to absorb the water falling from house roof. By so doing, it can increase ground water supply.  However, there should be an exact dimension of the absorption well, as the amount of the falling water from house roof depends on the roof width. The dimension of the well for each house can be measured based on roof width, rain fall, and soil capability to absorb water or infiltration capability. For unrennovated house, well diameter are 80 to  120 cm and its total depth are 60 to 160 cm. While for rennovated house, well diameter are 90 to 140 cm and total depth are 120 to 190 cm

KAJIAN KUALITAS TERHADAP BUKU MATERI POKOK PENGETAHUAN BAHAN PANGAN HEWANI - UNIVERSITAS TERBUKA

Jurnal Pendidikan Terbuka Dan Jarak Jauh Vol 10 No 2 (2009)
Publisher : LPPM Universitas Terbuka

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This study is to reveal accuracy, recency, legibility,language, and physical appearance the main course material on Animal Food Substance(PANG 4221) by expert perception, lecturers, and students. The result of this study is expected to provide some useful recommendation for the revision of the course material of the Open University (UT). The data were obtained by capturing information from students of UT and non UT. The data obtained were analyzed by using descriptive qualitative methods. In addition, evaluation of the course material delevoped was conducted following the PAU-PPI format. The results the course material has high accuracy, legibility, language, materials, format, print, finishing and binding (score 3-4). However, despite high scores every aspect still needs to be revised because of some in consistencies. The recency, cover design, and content design have the lowest scores (2-3). These aspects must absolutely be revised. It can be concluded that the course material should be revised to include all findings from this study.