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DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY OF NON-TIMBER FOREST PRODUCTS LEADING IN THE DISTRICT KAMPAR - RIAU

Suhesti, Eni ( Universitas Lancang Kuning ) , Hadinoto, Hadinoto ( Universitas Lancang Kuning ) , Ikhwan, Muhammad ( Universitas Lancang Kuning )

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

MPACT OF PALM OIL PLANTATION TO DIVERSITY OF TROPICAL PLANT SPECIES (CASE STUDY: RIAU PROVINCE)

Nahlunnisa, Hafizah ( Universitas Lancang Kuning ) , Santosa, Yanto ( Institut Pertanian Bogor ) , Zuhud, Ervizal AM ( Institut Pertanian Bogor )

Wahana Forestra: Jurnal Kehutanan Vol 12, No 1 (2017)
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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

COMPARISON OF TECHNICAL TREE SAMPLING AND UNIT EXAMPLES OF CIRCLE IN SUPPORTING POTENCY OF FOREST PLANT EKALIPTUS (EUCALYPTUS PELLITA F. MEULL)

Ikhwan, Muhammad ( Universitas Lancang Kuning ) , Sadjati, Emy ( Universitas Lancang Kuning ) , Azwin, Azwin ( Universitas Lancang Kuning )

Wahana Forestra: Jurnal Kehutanan Vol 12, No 1 (2017)
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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

RENDEMEN KAYU KARET RAKYAT DAN SENGON PADA PRODUKSI VENEER CORE PLYWOOD

Asmunriyan, Raja, Yanti, Rina Novia, Triratnaningsih, Ambar

Wahana Forestra: Jurnal Kehutanan Vol 10, No 1 (2015)
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The supply of raw materials for the plywood industry is currently limited due to natural forest conditions that are no longer possible to meet. One of the efforts taken to meet the needs of raw materials is to find sources of raw materials derived from plantations, community forests or plantations such as Rubber and Sengon people are used as raw materials veneer core. Different types of raw material veneer core will produce different rendemen. This study aims to compare the yield of smallholder rubber wood and sengon in making veneer core in plywood industry PT. Ewan Superwood located in Riau Province and determine the factors that affect the yield.The population of this study is the rubber wood and sengon by taking samples of 60 stems consisting of 30 logs and 30 sengon random woods taken at random. The average value of veneer core yield derived from  rubber wood is 66.63%. The average value of veneer core obtained from sengon wood is 74.65%. Factors affecting the yield of veneer cores on rubber wood are the condition of raw materials, diameter, synthetic and wood defects caused by the former lead. While on sengon wood is influenced by the existence of fragile eggs.

KETERSEDIAAN JENIS TUMBUHAN SUMBER PAKAN LEBAH MADU Apis cerana DI KAWASAN SMK KEHUTANAN NEGERI PEKANBARU

Wiyono, Slamet, Suhesti, Eni, Hadinoto, Hadinoto

Wahana Forestra: Jurnal Kehutanan Vol 10, No 1 (2015)
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This research aims to inventory the availability of the plant types as  Apis cerana honeybee’s feed sources    This research was conducted at SMK Kehutanan Negeri Pekanbaru in April - June 2014. The research method includes making example plot, inventory of crops in sample plot, determination of plant species of bee feed source and determination of flowering calendar. Circular observation plots of 0.10 ha are systematically made in two straight lines intersecting perpendicularly to form a four-way South-North-East-West direction where the point of cutting is the point of placement of one honey bee colony in the area of SMK Forestry of Pekanbaru State. In each direction the winds are built four plots with a plot distance of 175 m, so there are 16 plots to represent the optimum flying range + 1.54 ha (radius + 700m). All tree species in the plot were calculated and identified as status of bee feed or not. The inventory for the grass species is done in a sub plot of 0.5 mx 0.5 meters.  The results of the study found 39 species of bee plants with a total of 301 individuals, consisting of 9 types of forestry crops, 21 types of plantation / horticulture, 9 species of grass / grass. Based on the diversity of species, the number and season of different flowering then in SMK Kehutanan Negeri Pekanbaru plant as a source of bee feed is available throughout the year.

POTENSI DAN PEMANFAATAN MATA AIR SIKUMBANG DESA PULAU SARAK PADA KAWASAN HUTAN LARANGAN ADAT RUMBIO KAMPAR-RIAU

Hidayat, Taufik, Sadjati, Emy, Insusanty, Enny

Wahana Forestra: Jurnal Kehutanan Vol 10, No 1 (2015)
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Forest Prohibition of Adat Rumbio has a source of clean springs known as Sikumbang springs that are used by the people of Sarak Island Village in the form of water sale business. The purpose of this research is to know the potency and benefit of Sikumbang springs in Sarakumbang Village in Rumbio Adat Forest Area, and to know the institutional and management of Sikumbang springs in Sarak Island Village. The research method used survey method by conducting interviews and questionnaires. The results showed that there were 8 (eight) managers of Sikumbang springs totaling 41 faucets with total water discharge of 8.992 liters / sec. Of all the managers that can sell 103,500 jerry per month water, and each jerry volume 30 liters of water. Institution in the utilization of Sikumbang spring in Sarak Island Village has not been done formally. Until now for the utilization and management of springs Sikumbang still done individually. In the management of Sikumbang springs, no regulation has been implemented by the government of Sarak Island Village nor from the adat leaders. The result of agreement between the manager and the village government of Sarak Island, each manager is required to donate Rp.125.000, - per month. Buyers of water are required to make a donation of Rp.4000, - one way for vehicle and Rp.2000 for vehicles, for pedicab-type vehicles. The donation given to the village of Sarak Island will be used for the construction of village infrastructure.

POTENSI DAN PEMANFAATAN ROTAN PENGHASIL JERNANG DI TAMAN NASIONAL BUKIT TIGAPULUH

Jufri, Jufri, Suhesti, Eni, Triratnaningsih, Ambar

Wahana Forestra: Jurnal Kehutanan Vol 10, No 1 (2015)
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 The aims of this study were to identify the type, pattern of distribution and utilization of rattan that produce jernang by people in Bengayauan Village Rantau Langsat District Batang Gangsal Indragiri Hulu Regency Riau Province. The research method was conducted by survey on forest area covered by rattan producing jernang.The data taken include the type of rattan producer jernang, the number of clumps and individuals, the utilization by the community, the way of harvesting, harvesting facilities, local wisdom in the management of rattan producer jernang.  From research conducted in Zones Hamlet Bengayauan there are three (3) species of rattan producers jernang namely:Daemonorops draco, Daemonorops propinqua, Calamus oxleyanus, included into two clans (Daemonorops and Calamus). Found 83 clumps and 1099 individuals comprising D.draco clump and 1019 a total of 77 individuals, D. popinqua by 4 clump and 66 individuals and C.oxleyanus as much as 2 clump and 14 individuals. The density (Daemonorops draco) 84.916 individuals/ha (92.721%), (D.propinqua) 5, 5 individuals/ha (6.005%), (C.oxleyanus) 1.66 individuals/ha (1.274%). The pattern of spread of cane producer D.draco random deployment, deployment  D.propinqua be clustered, while for C. oxleyanus spread uniformly. In the utilization of rattan producer jernang, indigenous peoples adhere to a local wisdom to preserve the plant. Utilization of rattan producer jernang by society, among others: Economic benefits, as a dye, ingredients of medicine, incense and ritual, and magical.

POTENSI KARBON DI SUAKA ALAM ALAHAN PANJANG BLOK MANGGANI PROVINSI SUMATERA BARAT

Chandra, Edi, Hadinoto, Hadinoto, Triratnaningsih, Ambar

Wahana Forestra: Jurnal Kehutanan Vol 10, No 1 (2015)
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Indonesia plays a role in reducing greenhouse gas emissions because it has a large forest capable of absorbing and storing carbon in considerable forest biomass. This study aims to estimate the carbon potentials found in the Alahan Panjang Nature Reserve of Nagari Koto Tinggi West Sumatera Province. The study was conducted on a plot of 20 m x 100 m as much as seven plot measurements with a sampling intensity of 0.056% of the total area of forest area of 2,500 ha. In each plot the measurement was taken diameter data ≥ 5 cm <30 cm and the diameter of trees ≥ 30 cm and the uptake of plants on plot size 1 m x 1 m. And rough litter and fine litter taking with a plot size of 0.5 m x 0.5 m. Subsequently carbon potentials were assigned to the Allometric equation: B = 0.118 x D 2.53. After calculating the carbon with the formula C = 50% of the total biomass. The absorbed CO2 is used CO2 = C x 3.67. From the research result, the amount of vegetation with diameter ≥ 30 cm is 98/1,4 ha = 70 vegetation/ha, with average diameter 45,67 cm. Vegetation with diameter ≥ 5 cm <30 cm totaled 163 vegetation/0,14 ha = 1,164/ha. Total carbon stock from tree stand component of 182 ton/ha, lower plant of 2,6 ton/ha, rough litter of 10,139 ton/ha, fine litter of 34,8 ton/ha. So total carbon in Alahan Panjang Block of Manggani Nature Reserve is 114,769 ton/ha. The amount of CO2 absorbed is 3 x 114,769 ton/ha = 421,204 ton/ha.

KEANEKARAGAMAN JAMUR BASIDIOMYCOTA DI HUTAN TROPIS DATARAN RENDAH SUMATERA, INDONESIA

Wahyudi, Triroh, Prastyaningsih, Sri, Azwin, Azwin

Wahana Forestra: Jurnal Kehutanan Vol 11, No 2 (2016)
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ABSTRACT Tropical rain forest is one type of forest ecosystem that dominated most of Sumatra areal. Arboretum of Faculty of forestry, Lancang Kuning University is the one of tropical rain forest  which the environment becomes a place or habitat for living things. This study aims to describe the various of fungi Basidiomycota. This study was going on May – June 2016. The making technique of data by exkplore an arboretum area to straight saw the fungi. The data collected were characteristic of fungi by morphology and detail pictue to indentification.  The result shows that there are 25 species include in 12 families. Species that is Auricularia auricula, Schyzophylum commune, Ramariopsis kunzei, Agaricus crocopeplus, Lepiota sp, Lycoperdon Pyriforme, Crepidotus sp, Mycena incata, Mycena sp, Marasmieullus candidus, Marasmius andracaceus, Marasmius elegan, Marasmius sp1, Marasmius sp2, Collybia sp, Polyporus sp, Lignosus rhinocerus, Ganoderma aplanatum, Ganoderma sp, Fomitopsis cajanderi, Fomitopsis finicola, Grivola Frondosa, Grivola sp, Coltricia perennis dan Coltricia cinamomea. The number of fungi order were 5 (five)  that could be Auriculateales, Aphylloporales, Agaricales, Polyporales and Hymenochaetales.   Keywords : Basidiomycota, species, the tropical rain forest

PEMAHAMAN MAHASISWA DAN KARYAWAN TERHADAP ADIPURA

Hadinoto, Hadinoto, Suhesti, Eni

Wahana Forestra: Jurnal Kehutanan Vol 11, No 2 (2016)
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ABSTRACT One of the governments efforts in maintaining the ecological balance in urban areas is to give an award in the form of "ADIPURA" to the cities judged to meet criteria such as; hygiene, beauty, beauty, comfort, green and other environmental aspects. The purpose of research is to identify the level of understanding of students and employees of the University Lancang Kuning Pekanbaru. Primary data was collected through interviews with respondents using the help of questionnaires (attached). Determination of the respondents were randomized (random sampling) for each faculty (S1). The number of respondents who were taken as many as 30 students and 30 employees. Data obtained from filling the questionnaire will be processed in the following manner; the number of questions in questionnaires of 20 questions. Each question provided three answers for respondents to choose according to their understanding. To quantify the data by using a Likert scale, which is any of respondents who are knowledgeable about Verse (answer "Yes") rated 3, which is not yet fully understood (answered "Doubt") was given a value of 2 and that does not understand (answered "No") by a value of 1. the data obtained will be analyzed descriptively, the depiction of data obtained as it is, without any lawyer-generalisasian. Data will be illustrated through tables or graphs. Based on the research results can be summarized as follows: (1) the level of student understanding of the Lancang Kuning University adipura for high category (33.33%), moderate (56.67%) and low (10%); (2) the level of employees understanding of the Lancang Kuning University adipura for high category (63.33%) and moderate (36.67%). Keywords: adipura, comprehension, students, employees