Hadinoto, Hadinoto
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UTILIZATION OF RUBBER POWDER AND PATIN FISH WASTE AS MATERIAL OF, LIQUID ORGANIC FERTILIZER AND PADDY FEED Hadinoto, Hadinoto; Suhesti, Eni; Suwarno, Eno
Wahana Forestra: Jurnal Kehutanan Vol 12, No 1 (2017)
Publisher : Fakultas Kehutanan Universitas Lancang Kuning

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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
DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY OF NON-TIMBER FOREST PRODUCTS LEADING IN THE DISTRICT KAMPAR - RIAU Suhesti, Eni; Hadinoto, Hadinoto; Ikhwan, Muhammad
Wahana Forestra: Jurnal Kehutanan Vol 12, No 1 (2017)
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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