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PENGARUH LAMA SIMPAN EKSTRAK FUNGISIDA NABATI TERHADAP EFEKTIVITASNYA PADA CENDAWAN Drechsleraoryzae PATOGEN TANAMAN PADI (The Long Effect Save Botanical Extract to Efectivenes of Drechslera oryzae Pathogen on Rice) yani, Pandri; pesi, H., Panu; priati, L., Su; A., A., Djaya,
AGRIPEAT Vol 18, No 1 (2017): JURNAL AGRIPEAT VOLUME 17 NOMOR 1 TAHUN 2017
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ABSTRACTThe objectives of this study were to analyze incubation period of biofungicide extract to controlDrechslera oryzae pathogen on rice in vitro. The research was conducted from August toNovember , 2016 at Departement Budidaya Pertanian laboratory, used randomized completelydesign, with 35 treatment and 3 replications. Eight of biofungiside were used in this study,there are lerak fruits, siam weed leaves, taya leaves, gelinggang leaves, meniran, roots andtegari stem, galam leaves and 5 incubation periode (0, 1, 2, 3, 4 week) . The results showed that0–4 week incubation periode of lerak fruits extract had clear effective to inhibit D. oryzaecolony.Key words:Biofungicide extract, Drechslera oryzae, incubation period.
PENGARUH BOBOT KOLONI DAN JENIS PAKAN TERHADAP KUALITAS PUPUK ORGANIK CAIR KOMPOS CACING Lumbricus rubellus (The Effect Of Colony Weight and Feed Type on The Quality Of Liquid Organic Fertilizer Vermicompost Lumbricus rubellus) A., Jaya,; R., Mulahartani,; Kamilah, Kamilah; B.S., Lautt,
AGRIPEAT Vol 19, No 2 (2018): JURNAL AGRIPEAT VOLUME 19 NO. 2 SEPTEMBER 2018
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ABSTRACT Liquid organic fertilizer is able to provide nutrients from leachate extract (liquid) as a result of changes in worm metabolism, growing media or residual worm feed as a result of the composting process. This study aims to determine the interaction between feed type with worm colony weight as well as the influence of worm weight and type of feed on the quality of L. rubellus compost liquid organic fertilizer. The research was carried out at the experimental field of the Department of Agriculture and in the analytical laboratory of the University of Palangka Raya using completely randomized design (CRD) with 3x3 factorial pattern. The first factor was colony weights of L. rubellus (C1 : 50 g, C2 : 75 g and C3 : 100 g) and the second was types of feed (P0 : control, P1 : green vegetable waste and P2: sedge-grass leaves). The results showed that 100 g worm colony weights with feed from alang-alang leaves produced the highest Nitrogen nutrient (18.33 mg g-1), on phosphorus nutrients the interaction was not significant but had a significant effect from the treatment of feed where the green vegetable waste produced  the lowest phosphorus nutrients (85.67 mg g-1), but the treatment without feed (control) and sedge-grass leaves (Imperata cylindica) and the treatment of worm colony weight were not affect on the quality of L. rubellus compost liquid organic fertilizer. Keywords : Colony Weight, Feed Type, Liquid Organic Fertilizer, Lumbricus rubellus
PENGARUH KOMPOSISI MEDIA TANAM TERHADAP PEMBIBITAN KELAPA SAWIT (Effect of Planting Media Composition On Palm Oil (Elaeis guineensis Jacq) In Pre Nursery) K.D.,, Sari,; Syahrudin,, Syahrudin,; H., Panupesi,
AGRIPEAT Vol 16, No 2 (2015): Jurnal AGRIPEAT, Vol 16 No 2 September 2015
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ABSTRACKThe purpose of the research to study the effect of growing media composition on plant growth palmoil in pre nursery. The design used was completely randomized design (CRD) with one factor, namelythe composition of the planting medium with a mixture of fertilizer Petroganik (M) with 6 treatments,namely : M1 (3 kg of alluvial + 1 kg of manure + 1 kg of sandy soil), M2 (3 kg of peat soil + 1 kg ofmanure + 1 kg of sandy soil), M3 (3 kg of alluvial + 1 kg of manure + 1 kg of sandy soil + 0.25 kg oforganic fertilizer), M4 (3 kg of peat soil + 1 kg of manure + 1 kg of sandy soil + 0.25 kg of organicfertilizer), M5 (3 kg of alluvial + 1 kg of manure + 1 kg of sandy soil + 0.50 kg of organic fertilizer)and M6 (3 kg of peat soil + 1 kg of manure + 1 kg of sandy soil + 0.50 kg of organic fertilizer). Thevariables measured were plant height, number of leaf midrib, leaf area, fresh weight and dry weight ofthe total oil palm seedlings. The results showed that the composition of the planting medium with amixture of fertilizer Petroganik significant effect on all variables palm seedling growth (plant height,number of leaf midrib, leaf area, fresh weight and dry weight of the total) in pre nursery. Thecomposition of the planting media of 3 kg alluvial + 1 kg of manure + 1 kg of sandy soil + 0.25 kgorganic fertilizer had a significant effect onthe growth of oil palm seedlings in the pre ursery.
NERACA KARBON PADA SISTEM PERTANIAN BERBASIS PENGGUNAAN ABU SISA DARI BAKARAN DI LAHAN GAMBUT PEDALAMAN (Studi kasus pada Budidaya Tanaman Jagung (Zea mays L. Saccharata) di Kalampangan) (Carbon Balance in Farming systems Based the Use of Ash of Burnt on Inland Peat : The Case Study on Cultivation of Corn (Zea mays L. Saccharata) in Kalampangan) P.,, Surawijaya,; vita, Yo
AGRIPEAT Vol 18, No 1 (2017): JURNAL AGRIPEAT VOLUME 17 NOMOR 1 TAHUN 2017
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ABSTRACTThis study aims to: (1) analyzing the balance of carbon in the combustion materials to produceash burnt on the cultivation of corn plants (2) analyze the effect of the ash of burn on thephysical and chemical properties of peat ombrogen. The results showed that the net balanceobtained from this study is negative, this is because the value of the carbon is lost during anemissions in the combustion process wood / roots, weeds urchins and groundcover plants priorto obtaining the ashes of burnt of litter is 0.607 t of carbon/ha is larger than the value of thecarbon that is successfully moored by weeds urchins 0.057 t of carbon/ha and litter previouscrop (great chili plant litter) is 0.11 t of carbon/ ha, only 21,41% carbon successfully tethered.Keywords: Balance of carbon, peat ombrogen, ash ameliorant and sweet corn crops.
STUDI FLUKS KARBON DIOKSIDA PADA BERBAGAI TIPE PENGGUNAAN DI LAHAN GAMBUT PASANG SURUT DAN PEDALAMAN (Study of Carbon dioxide Fluxes (CO2 fluxes) on Various Land Use in Low Tide and Ombrotrophic Peatland) sep, Yo; tiyanto, Y., Sulistiyanto, Y.; Jaya, Adi Jaya
AGRIPEAT Vol 18, No 2 (2017): Jurnal Agripeat Volume 18 Nomor 2 Tahun 2017
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ABSTRACTThe aim of this study to known Co2 fluxes in low tide and ombrotrophic peatland on forest land, ex-burns land, rubber tree land, and maize land and to known amount of microbial populations there. Observation method was carried out at the village Kalampangan (ombrotrophic peatland) , Sebangau, Palangka Raya, and at the village Purwodadi (low tide peatland), Maliku, Pulang Pisau, from May to July 2014. Observation variables consist of CO2 fluxes, fluctuations of groundwater levels, soil temperature, soil humidity and microbial populations. The results show that overall carbon dioxide fluxes higher in low tide peatland, with the highest fluxes in burnt areas, 430.24 mg C m-2 h-1, whereas in Ombrotrophic peatland, the highest on 292 forested land, 92 mg C m-2h-1. In Ombrotrophic peatland, relation between fluxes of carbon dioxide and the soil temperature is significant in the burnt areas with a value of R = 0.856 with a quadratic pattern, with the average temperature of 28.89 ° C. Fluxes of carbon dioxide significantly effected by soil moisture that is at a rubber plantation with a value of R = 0.640 with quadraticpatterned, average soil moisture of 0.61 m3/m-3. Fluxes of carbon dioxide to the groundwater depth is significant on a rubber plantation with a value of R = 0.872 with a quadratic pattern, and depth of groundwater on average of 83.74 cm. The populatuin of microorganisms, in forest land 137 sel/ml, rubber plantations 154 sel/ml, cornfields 157 sel/ml and ex-burnt is 80 sel/ml. In Low Tide peatland, fluxes of carbon dioxide to the soil temperature is significant in forest land with the value of R = 0.545 with cubic pattern, and the average temperature of 27,39 oC. Soil moisture has the siginificant effect to fluxes of carbon dioxide that is in the burnt areas with a value of R = 0.617 with patterned quadratic, and average soil moisture of 0.50 m3/m-3. The ground water depth has a siginificant effect to fluxes of carbon dioxide in a cornfield with a value of R = 0.743 with a quadratic pattern, and the depth of soil water on average of 68.98 cm. Population of soil microorganisms, in forest land 73 sel/ml, rubber plantations 36 sel/ml, cornfields 51 sel/ml and ex-burnt 18 sel/ml. Soil temperature, soil moisture, groundwater depth and microoganisms effect on carbon dioxide fluxes.Key words : carbondioxide, fluxes, microorganisms, peatland
PERUBAHAN SIFAT KIMIA TANAH GAMBUT SETELAH PEMBERIAN LIMBAH PABRIK KELAPA SAWIT (Changes of Chemical Properties of Peat Soil After Given Waste of Oil Palm Mill) Y,, Sulistiyanto,; V., Amelia,; millah,, Ka; M. A., Rassid,
AGRIPEAT Vol 16, No 2 (2015): Jurnal AGRIPEAT, Vol 16 No 2 September 2015
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ABSCTRACTThe purpose of this study was to assess changes of chemical properties of peat after being given asewage of oil palm mill. The research was conducted from September to December 2014 atAnalytical Laboratory University of Palangkaraya. This research is a quantitative way of measuringand comparing the chemical properties of peat were given sewage of oil palm mill, such as, boiler ashof palm oil mill (AB), wastewater of palm oil mill (LC), and oil palm empty fruit bunches (TK). ABdose used was 11.6 tonnes / ha, LC 1.800 L / 12 M2, and TK 20 tonnes / ha. Parameters measuredwere pH, available P, K-dd, Ca-dd, Mg-dd. Soil pH observations carried out at 0 weeks of incubation(0 MSI), 4 MSI, 8 MSI, 12 MSI, and 16 MSI. As for the P-Available, Ca-dd, Mg-dd, and K-ddperformed at 0 MSI, 8 MSI, and 16 MSI. The results showed that treatment of AB on peat soil in 8MSI showed the highest increase in available P and giving LC on peat soil in 8 MSI showed anincrease in the value of the K-dd, Ca-dd, and Mg-dd.Keywords: boiler ash, wastewater, soil chemical properties; oil palm empty fruit bunches
NERACA KARBON PADA SISTEM PERTANIAN BERBASIS PENGGUNAAN ABU SISA DARI BAKARAN DI LAHAN GAMBUT PEDALAMAN (Studi kasus pada Budidaya Tanaman Tomat (Solanum lycopersicum) di Kalampangan) Carbon Balance in Farming Systems Based the Use of Ash of Burnt on Inland Peat (The Case Study on Cultivation of Tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) in Kalampangan) P, Surawijaya,; Yovita, Yovita
AGRIPEAT Vol 17, No 1 (2016): Jurnal Agripeat Volume 17 Nomor 1 Tahun 2016
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ABSTRACTThis study aims to: (1) analyzing the balance of carbon in the combustion materials to produce ashburnt on the cultivation of tomato plants (2) analyze the effect of the ash of burn on the physical andchemical properties of peat ombrogen. The results showed that the net balance obtained from thisstudy is negative, this is because the value of the carbon is lost during an emissions in the combustionprocess wood / roots, weeds urchins and groundcover plants prior to obtaining the ashes of burnt oflitter is 0.581 t of carbon/ha is larger than the value of the carbon that is successfully moored by weedsurchins 0.61 t of carbon/ha and litter previous crop (litter plant sweet corn) is 0.437 t of carbon/ ha,only 65, 34% carbon successfully tethered.Keywords: Balance of carbon, peat ombrogen, ash ameliorant and tomato plants.
TANGGAPAN TANAMAN TOMAT (Lycopersicum esculentum Mill.) TERHADAP PEMBERIAN BIOCHAR DAN PUPUK HAYATI PADA TANAH GAMBUT (Response of Tomato Plant (Lycopersicum esculentum Mill) to The Application of Biochar and Biofertilizer on Peat Soil.) Y.,, Alianti,; S.,, Zubaidah, S.,; D., Saraswati, D.
AGRIPEAT Vol 17, No 2 (2016): JURNAL AGRIPEAT VOLUME 17 NOMOR 1 TAHUN 2016
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response of tomato crop’s growth and yield due to application ofbiochar and biofertilizer on peat soil. This research utilized Completely Randomized Design with twofactors. The first factor was the application of biochar (B) that was consisted of 4 levels : B0 = control,B1 = 2 t.ha-1 , B2 = 4 t.ha-1 and B3 = 6 t.ha-1. The second factor was the application of biofertilizer (M)that was consisted of 3 levels : M0 = control, M1 = 1 t.ha-1 , M2 = 2 t.ha-1. Variables observed were cropheight, number of leaf, dry weight of crop, number of fresh harvested fruit and weight of freshharvested fruit. Results showed that there was an interaction between the application of biochar andbiofertilizer that affected the number of leaf, the dry weight of crop, the number of fresh harvested fruitand the weight of fresh harvested fruit. Interaction between those treatments did not have anysignificant effect on crop height and it is only affected each single factor. Best response of tomatocrop’s growth and yield on peat soil was to the application of 6 t.ha-1 biochar and 2 t.ha-1 biofertilizer(B3M2), in which the average weight of fresh harvested fruit was 734,6 g/plant.Keywords: tomato, biochar, Biofertilizer, Peat SoilABSTRAK
ANALISIS KELAYAKAN USAHATANI CABAI MERAH DI LAHAN GAMBUT KOTA PALANGKA RAYA KALIMANTAN TENGAH (The Feasibility Of Red Chili Farming In Peatlands Of Palangka Raya In Central Kalimantan) A., astri,
AGRIPEAT Vol 18, No 2 (2017): Jurnal Agripeat Volume 18 Nomor 2 Tahun 2017
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ABSTRACTRed chili becomes one of commodity contributor to inflation in Central Kalimantan. This is because the price of chili that continues to rise and tend to be unstable, and its supply is still dependent from outside Central Kalimantan.Red chili cultivation has not been developed in peatlands. Palangka Raya has peatland potential for the development of red chilicultivation. The assessment aims to get the feasibility of red chili farming in peatlands of Palangka Raya in Central Kalimantan. The assessment conducted in the PetukKatimpun Villages, District Jekan Raya in June to November 2014, with the planting on the farmer’s land cooperators 0.25 hectares. The technology cultivation adopted from Indonesian Vegetable Research Institute (Balitsa) which has been modified. Pillar varieties used are favored by the market because of its shape. Giving fertilizer used manure 20 t/ha, NPK 16:16:16 1 t/ha, dolomite 2 t/ha, limestone 1 t/ha, calcium boron 14 liter/ha. The assessment results obtained production of red chili 16,743 t/ha. The value of R/C ratio of 5.89 and B/C 4.89 so red chili farming in the peatlands feasible to develop and profitably.Keywords: Red Chili, Peatlands, Feasibility Analysis
STATUS FISIOLOGIS TERNAK SAPI BALI (Bos sondaicus) BETINA YANG DIPELIHARA PADA LAHAN GAMBUT (Physiological Status of Bali Cattle (Bos sondaicus)Maintained on Peatlands) K., Amiano,; B., Satata,; R., Imanuel,
AGRIPEAT Vol 19, No 2 (2018): JURNAL AGRIPEAT VOLUME 19 NO. 2 SEPTEMBER 2018
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ABSTRACTThe study aimed to determine the extent of the physiological status of Balinese cattle (Bos sondaicus) females maintained on peatlands including environmental temperature, respiratory frequency, body temperature, pulse rate, and rumination which is important to know the health status of female Balinese cattle. This study used 10 female Balinese cows with an average body weight of 300 kg and age ranged from> 24-36 months, non-pregnant status. Physiological status measurements were carried out in the morning, afternoon and evening. This study uses descriptive methods and direct observation with data processing in analysis and tabulation. Research has been carried out at the Joint Work Group of Taruna Taruna, Tanjung Taruna Village, Jabiren Raya District, Pulang Pisau Regency. The research began on January 1, 2018 to February 2, 2018. The results showed that the average cage temperature in the morning was 28.0 0C and humidity was 79.4%. While during the day the temperature of the cage is 33.8 oC and humidity is 58.7% and in the afternoon the temperature of the cage is 30.0 0C and 73.6%. The average respiration frequency of female Balinese cattle in the morning is 21.1 times per minute, while during the day is 24.3 times per minute and in the afternoon is 24.5 times per minute. The average body temperature of female Balinese cattle in the morning is 37.4 0C, during the day is 38.1 0C and in the afternoon is 38.2 0C. The average pulse rate of Bali cattle, in the morning is 60.3 times per minute, during the day is 65.2 times per minute while in the afternoon is 63.7 times per minute. The average rumination in the morning was 55.2 times chewing in 31.9 seconds, during the day the average rumination was 55.3 times chewed in 31.7 seconds while on the afternoon the average rumination was 55, 3 times chew in 31.8 seconds. The physiological status of Bali cattle is respiratory frequency, body temperature, and pulse are in normal conditions. The condition of the ambient temperature exceeds the normal threshold and the rumination in cattle is very high this condition does not cause health problems Keywords: Bali Cattle, Micro Climate, Physiological Response