Proceedings of the International Conference on Food, Agriculture and Natural Resources (FANRes 2018)

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Evaluation of Land Carrying Capacity in Tsunami Affected Areas of Aceh Besar Regency

Widodo Widodo, Aris Slamet Widodo, Nanda Chintia Melrhoza
Aceh tsunami disaster in 2004 caused damage to agricultural land in Aceh Besar Regency. Meanwhile the post-disaster development has caused migration of people to the regency, causing a greater pressure on agricultural land. The study aimed to evaluate the land carrying capacity in tsunami-affected areas...
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Motivation of Poor Household Women In Productive Economic Enterprises Based on Personal Factors

Suminah Suminah, Arip Wijiyanto, Mei Tri Sundari, Mujiyo Mujiyo
Women's empowerment programs for poverty alleviation have been carried out by government, but the results are still nonptimal yet. The problem of poverty becomes more complicated, because in fact women's poverty is not only caused by limited access to economic resources, but also because of their own...
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Rice Farming Feasibility Using Subsidized And Non-Subsidized Rice Seeds In Sekar Putih Village, Widodaren District, Ngawi District, East Java, Indonesia

Pujastuti Sulistyaning Dyah, Lestari Rahayu, Arien Sisca Maharani
Rice is a food crop that is widely cultivated in Sekarputih Village. Farmers use more non-subsidized rice seeds. This study aims to determine the costs, income, profits and feasibility of non-subsidized and subsidized rice farming in Sekar Putih Village, Widodaren District, Ngawi District, East Java,...
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Farmers’ Willingness to Continue Landscape Integrated Pest Management Programs in Central Java and East Java Indonesia

Hani Perwitasari, Irham Irham, Suhatmini Hardyatuti, Slamet Hartono
Integrated Pest Management (LIPM) is an innovation of Integrated Pest Management program to achieve effective sustainable agriculture in a wide area. This program has been implemented in some regions as the Indonesia's food storages including Central Java, East Java and West Java. Research on the application...
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Motivation of Farmers in Cabbage Farming in Central Java Indonesia

Lestari Rahayu, Indardi Indardi, Nia Apina
Increased cabbage production in Central Java is not followed by an increase in cabbage prices at the farm level. Farmers have cabbage farming motivation even though cabbage prices tend to fall and are not stable. This research aimed to describe the motivation of farmers in cabbage farming and to describe...
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The Reinforcement of Farmer Capacity in Merbau Village, Bunut Sub District, Pelalawan, Riau in Peat Land Restoring Program

Eksa Rusdiyana, Joko Sutrisno, Endang Siti Rahayu, Ernoiz Antriyandarti, Nuning Setyowati, Khomah
This research aims to find out the effect of farmer behavior reinforcement on the attempt of restoring peat land. This study was an action research using participatory rural appraisal (PRA) with People of Merbau Village, Bunut, Pelalawan, Riau being the participants. Data was collected using interview...
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Development of Cassava Farming in Calcareous Land in Gunungkidul Regency Special Region of Yogyakarta

Eni Istiyanti, Nellysa Ayu V.C, Lestari Rahayu
The calcareous land is one of the alternative lands which are still underutilized in Gunungkidul Regency Special Region of Yogyakarta. This study aims to know and analyze the cost, income, profit, feasibility of the cassava farming, and the constraints towards developing cassava farming. The basic method...
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Protection of Agricultural Land Sustainable Food for The Realization of Food Security in The Special Region of Yogyakarta

Yeni Widowaty, Imam Oktavian Artanto
The question of providing agricultural land for food is currently experiencing problems and challenges. Threats to the function of agricultural land for non-agriculture potential threaten food security. The formulations of the problem proposed include 1) how is the implementation of policies for sustainable...
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Food Security and Farm Household Welfare in Peri-Urban Area of Bantul Regency, Yogyakarta

Triyono Triyono, Nur Hanifah, Lestari Rahayu
The study aimed to describe rice farm income, its contribution, food security and the welfare of farm households in sub urban. Data were collected by direct interviews with 47 respondents in the sub urban district of Bantul. Technical analysis used was cost and revenue analysis for rice farming, income...
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The Impacts of Socio-Economic Factors On The Income Of Salak Nglumut (Salacca Zalacca Sp.) Farmers in Srumbung District of Magelang Regency

Tutik Nurul H, Heru Irianto, Aulia Qonita
The purpose of this study were to determine (1) the income of Salak Nglumut (Salacca Zalacca) farmers, (2) the impact of capital on income, (3) the impact of age on the correlation betwen capital and income; (4) the impact of land area on income, (5) the impact of age on the correlation between land...
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Collective Farming System as Group Cooperation in the Perspective of Islamic Economic Value

Siti Yusi Rusimah, Lestari Rahayu, Sriyadi Sriyadi
One of the fish farmers' groups in Tasikmalaya, West Java, GiriRaharja has succeeded as the winner of the national competition. This group used collective farming system as an effort in increasing farmers' welfare. This research aimed to describe how the farmers' group has developed a collective farming...
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Partial Budget Analysis to Determine Additional Income of Etawa Crossbred Goat Farmers Using Breeding System in Kulon Progo Regency, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Tri Anggraeni Kusumastuti, Rini Widiati, Sigit Bintara
Etawa Crossbred goat is a small ruminant germplasm whose population must be maintained and increased. This study aimed to identify the revenue and cost as well as to analyze the income added value of Etawa goat. The research was conducted in Kulon Progo as the center of crossbred goat breeding in Yogyakarta....
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The Level Application of the Standard Operational Procedure (SOP) on Organic Rice in the Village of Banjararum, Sub-District of Kalibawang, District of Kulonprogo

Diah Rina Kamardiani, Muhamad Suyanto, Sriyadi Sriyadi
Organic farming is an alternative for environmentally friendly rice cultivation technology. The study aims to know the application level of Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) of organic rice and the different application level of organic rice SOP based on farmers demographic. There were 58 farmers involved...
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Factors Influencing Income of Shallot Farming in Java Indonesia Using UOP Profit Function Model

Susanawati Susanawati, Masyhuri Masyhuri, Jamhari Jamhari, Dwidjono Hadi Darwanto
The purpose of this study was to calculate farming income of shallot and analyze the factors that influenced it. This study was conducted in Java precisely in Brebes, Nganjuk, and Cirebon Regency because these regions are the centre of shallot production in Indonesia. The respondents were 90 shallot...
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The Risks of Organic Rice Farming: A Case Study in The Kebonagung Village Imogiri District and Wijirejo Village Pandak District Bantul Regency Special Region of Yogyakarta

Sriyadi Sriyadi
This research aims to identify the level of organic rice farmers' decisions and the risks of organic rice farming. The research was conducted in the Kebonagung village of Imogiri district and Wijirejo villages of Pandak district Bantul Regency of special region of Yogyakarta with the survey and interview...
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The Impacts of Illegal Gold Mining Toward The Implementation of Farming Rice Based on The Ecological Dimension in Merangin Regency Jambi Province

Erwan Wahyudi, Firdaus Firdaus
Merangin regency has become one of main areas in Jambi province with rampant illegal gold mining in the Rice Production areas for the last three years, giving a negative impact on the rice farming existing around the mine area. This research study aimed to identify the sustainability of farming rice...
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Management of Arisan Gabah as Village Community Financing Institutions (a Case Study in Muktisari Village, Gandrungmangu Subdistrict, Cilacap Regency)

Retno Wulandari, Retno Jumilah, Siti Yusi Rusimah
An effort made by rice farmers in maintaining their bargaining position in the management of rice farming financing is by conducting arisan gabah. The purpose of this study was to describe the management system of and find out about the benefits of arisan gabah. The research location was selected purposively,...
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Adoption And Innovation Process In “Jajar Legowo Planting Technology” by Farmers In Bantul Regency

Sutrisno Sutrisno, Tika Rahmawati Nurvitasari, Indardi Indardi
The aims of this research is to describe the adoption process, the reason of adoption sustainability and the adoption rate of Jajar Legowo Planting Technology towards farmers in Bantul Regency. This research was conducted by using simple random sampling based on the percentage of the application of Jajar...
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Poor Community Profile Based on Local Future from Matraman Cultural Ethnic

Mulyanto Mulyanto, Endang Siti Rahayu, Suprapti Supardi, Syarif Imam Hidayat
National data on the number of poor people has declined. However, it still remains vulnerable. The existence of economic turmoil, such as crop failure and rising fuel prices can quickly add to the poverty rate of farmers. This research question relies on the fact that there are still many empirical studies...
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Export Trend Analyze Indonesian Cassava to The Republic Of Korea and Malaysia

Istis Baroh, Luqi Evi Yanti
Indonesia is the third largest cassava exporter in the world. In the last 20 years, the Indonesian cassava exports was fluctuated and tended to decline, mainly to the Republic of Korea and Malaysia. The research purposes is to analyze trend exports of Indonesian cassava to The Republic of Korea and Malaysia,...
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Development of Marbling in Beef Cattle Can Be Modulated through the Control of Adipogenic Activity

Theresia Galuh Wandita, Delgerzul Bataar, Najuma Joshi, Seong Gu Hwang
Increase in marbling is one of the essential factors for enhancement of tenderness in beef. Adipogenesis; the main contributor in marbling, consists of two stages: preadipocyte determination and adipocyte differentiation. Preadipocyte determination occurs even from growing stage, while adipocyte differentiation...
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Biological Control of Chili Anthracnose Disease with Rhodotorula Spp.

Dian Indratmi
This study aims at determining the ability of yeast Rhodotorula sp. to inhibit the infection and anthracnose disease on chili during the test both in the laboratory and on the field. The fructosphere isolation resulted in seven yeast isolates of Rhodotorula sp whose colonies are pink, reddish, coral....
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Gender Profile on Cultivation and Post-Harvest of Cassava Farming in Gunungkidul Regency Yogyakarta

Titiek Widyastuti
This research aimed to determine the gender profiles in cultivation and post-harvest of cassava farming. The location of the study was chosen based on cassava planting area in each district, namely the largest (Saptosari), medium (Tanjungsari), smallest (Purwosari), using descriptive analysis research...
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The Relationship Between Seed Size and Seed Quality in UNPAD New Seed Collection of Sweet Corn Lines After Storage

Muhamad Kadapi, Anne Nuraini, Agus Wahyudin, Setiyo Anita Lestari
Seed size before storage can affect the performance of the seed after storage. Seed size correlates to energy reserves, and therefore an evaluation of the relationship between seed size and seed quality is needed. This paper discusses variations in the seed sizes of sixteen UNPAD sweet corn lines to...
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Effects of Appropriate Composition of Sugarcane Bagasse Compost and Nitrogen Fertilizer on the Growth and Yield of Soybean (Glycine max L. Merill)

Maulana Yusuf, Sarjiyah Sarjiyah, Mulyono Mulyono
The increase of annual soybean import in Indonesia is attributed to the increase of national consumption and low production of soybean. This is mainly due to the decrease in soil fertility as a result of excessive use of synthetic fertilizer leading to the low soybean productivity and production. One...
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Onion (Allium ascalonicum L) Production Technology Optimization using plastic cover And organic fertilizer dose

Wiwit Widiarti, Iskandar Umarie, Hudaini Hasbi, Insan Wijaya
Abstract The technology was implemented through use of plastic cover and organic fertilizer dose. Experiment was conducted by using split plot design. The main plot consist of colors plastic cover, i.e. W1= Red color plastic, W2=colorless plastic, and W3= blue color plastic. Subplot was dose of organic...
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Intermittent Irrigation Response Study Method of Rice Intensification System on Several Rice Varieties in The Physiology of Growth and Results of Rice

Hariyono Hariyono, Bambang Heri Isnawan
A research aims to determine irrigation system and rice varieties that have the highest physiological growth and yield and to examine an interaction between plant varieties and irrigation systems on growth physiology and yield of rice plants. It was conducted at the Faculty of Agriculture, Universias...
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Use of Active Powder To Improve Carrying Capacity Vertisol and Alfisol on Dry Land Farming System

Prijo Soetedjo
Active powder is a innovation product to improve soil microbiology activity which is finally might improve the availability of soil nutrients. Research had been done to know the effect of various dosage of powder active to improve physical and chemical characteristic of vertisol and alfisol at dry land...
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Effect of Water Cinnamon at a Dose of 150 Mg/Kg Body Weight To Level of Adiponectin on Diabetic RATS

Yoni Astuti, Rika Mega Selfia, Hajar Mar’atussolikah S, Rahmawati Rahmawati, Citra Ayuma Rupamiza
Cinnamon is a member of the family Lauracea that is popular as an aromatic evergreen tree or shrub. In daily life cinnamon is used in fragrance of many things such as foodstuffs, perfumes, and medical products. Cinnamon contains polyphenols such as vanillic, gallic, protocatechuic, and ferulic acids,...
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A Study of Intercropping Model of Maize And Soybean in Melaleuca Leucadendra Agroforestry

Ardian Elonard, Natalia Lusianingsih
Enhancing agricultural production is important as an effort to support food security. The main commodities need to be improved are crops, namely maize and soybeans which become an important element in agricultural system. A low production of crop and lack of product availability need to be improved through...
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A Study of Physiology of Rice Varieties With Intermittent Irrigation and Conventional Method on System of Rice Intensification

Bambang Heri Isnawan, Susila Susila, Mulyono Mulyono
Rice production could be increased by System of Rice Intensifications, that is water-saving, fertilizer-saving, and production cost-saving. Using quality varieties could increase the production of rice. This research analyzed the physiological growth and yield on varieties of rice plants, with intermittent...
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Influence of Azolla Extract and Mixed Media in Hydroponic Wick System on Caisin (Brassica juncea L. )

Sukuriyati Susilo Dewi, Agung Astuti, Heni Herdiyanti
The purpose of this research was to understand the influence of Azolla extract and mixed media in hydroponic Wick system on caisin and to find the best mix of organic nutrients in hydroponic Wick system on caisin. This research used an experiment with Single Factor Experiment in Completely Randomized...
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Correlations Between Physical and Physiological Quality Traits in Mutant and Non-Mutant UNPAD Sweet Corn Seeds After 4 Months Storage

Anne Nuraini, Muhamad Kadapi, Rofi Saputri, Dedi Ruswandi
Seed longevity could be described as a measure of seed viability after being stored for a certain period under particular conditions. Viability may vary due to genetic factors. The variations can be evaluated using physical and physiological quality traits such as seed weight, viability, and vigour....
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Study on Physical Properties of Edible Coating of Carboxymethylcellulose Enriched With Lemon And Betel Leaf Essential Oils to Inhibit Browning and Microbial Activity

Nafi Ananda Utama, Chandra Kurnia Setiawan, Muhammad Syaiful Shodiq
Edible coatings have been used to prevent physiological disorder caused by minimum processing. The aim oh this research is to study about the physical properties of edible film carboxymethylcellulose with the addition of essential oil and its ability to inhibit browning and microbial growth on fresh-cut...
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Ability to Synthesize Extracellular Metabolites of Rice Endophytic Bacteria Before and After Gfp Gene Transformation

Ali Ikhwan, Fywit Eka Fransiska
The purpose of this research was to investigate the ability of rice endophytic bacteria to synthesize extracellular metabolites before and after gfp (Green Fluorescent Protein) gene transformation. These bacteria were grown in liquid media M63+2mM Tryptophan for 3 days and the supernatants were extracted...
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The Capability of Kepok Banana Peel (Musa paradisiaca) to Triglyceride Level Decrease in Diabetic Rats

Indriawati Indriawati, Khalifah Khalifah
Dyslipidemia often follows the diabetic mellitus, such as primary dyslipidemia or secondary dyslipidemia. The increasing level of triglyceride can be seen in diabetes mellitus type 2. The therapy of diabetes mellitus use insulin. Now, all the people always talk about the herbal medicines, one of which...
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Salinity Resistance of Seven Varieties of Madura Corns on Early Stage of Growth

Kelik P.W. Sukma, Budi Setiadi Daryono, Isdiana Suprapti, Purnomo Purnomo
Seven of sixteen varieties of Madura Corns (Guluk-Guluk, Manding, Talango, Duko, Elos, Deber and Tambin), were planted on beach area. This research objectives was to study character the germination of maize in saline media. The corns were planted on saline media (0, 100, and 200 mM NaCl), conducted by...
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Substitution VW Medium Using Palm Date Puree In The Tissue Culture Of Grammatophyllum Scriptum

Etty Handayani, Gatot Supangkat, Anna Pangestuti
The research aimed to determine date palm pure concentration and its effect on Tissue Culture of Grammatophyllum scriptum. The research used an experimental method with single factor and seven treatments arranged in a Completely Randomized Design. The treatments were: (1) Vacin & Went (VW) medium; (2)...
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Development of Rice Porridge With Overripe Tempeh Extract for Infants

Maria Dewi Puspitasari Tirtaningtyas Gunawan Puteri, Laurensia Christli, Elisabeth Kartika Prabawati, Abdullah Muzi Marpaung
The research aimed to determine date palm pure concentration and its effect on Tissue Culture of Grammatophyllum scriptum. The research used an experimental method with single factor and seven treatments arranged in a Completely Randomized Design. The treatments were: (1) Vacin & Went (VW) medium; (2)...
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Effect of Roasting Profiles and Brewing Methods on the Characteristics of Bali Kintamani Coffee

Kiki Fibrianto, Khoirul Umam, Eka Shinta Wulandari
Roasting profile has been considered as one of important factors governing the quality of coffee. Kintamani coffee is popular because it has strong notes of citric acid and brown sugar sweet. Those sensory characteristics are attributed by different roasting profiles and brewing methods. Cold brew is...
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Physico-Chemical and Functional Characteristics of Fermented Cassava Flour by Lactobacillus Casei Using Submerged and Solid-State Fermentation

Nurhayati Nurhayati, Jayus Jayus, Hidayatul Fijriyah
Utilization of cassava flour in the food industry had weakness, which were less stability and low the paste resistance because it couldn’t resist to heat and acid conditions. Fermentation was an alternative that can be done to improve the properties of starch polymers, such as viscosity, gelatinization,...
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Application Of Lemongrass (Cymbopogon Citratus) As A Functional Food Ingredient With Alpha-Glucosidase Inhibitory Activity

Filiana Santoso, Jonathan Winarno, Maria D.P.T. Gunawan-Puteri
Lemongrass showed potential for development as a functional ingredient due to the presence of alpha-glucosidase inhibitors (AGIs) and lower cytotoxic activity. However, studies regarding the application of lemongrass as ingredient have yet to be conducted to observe stability against heat treatment in...
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Effect of Xanthosoma Sagittifolium Powder, Water and Mixing Time on Texturized Vegetable Protein Properties

Triana Lindriati, Herlina Herlina, Hari Arbiantara
Abstract Texturized Vegetable Protein (TVP) is made from soy protein by extrusion method which is intended to replace meat. The addition of Xanthosoma Sagitifolium Powder (XSP) in the TVP matrix is expected to improve its functional properties. The objective of this study is to determine the effects...
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Antioxidant Activity of Protein Hydrolysates Derived from Javanese Freshwater Fishes

Yuli Witono, Iwan Taruna, Maryanto Maryanto, Riska Rian Fauziah, Wulan Suci Wahyuningtyas
Fish protein hydrolysates have been identified as the rich source of bioactive peptides. Thus, this study aims to determine the antioxidant activity of protein hydrolysates derived from common barb (Rasbora jacobsoni) and java carp (Barbonymus gonionotus). Therefore, in this study, two types of freshwater...
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Phospholipase A2-Mediated Preparation of Phosphatidylcholine Containing Ricinoleic Acid And Its Anti-Inflammatory Effect in Vitro

Yukihiro Yamamoto, Kazugi Harada, Suzuna Kasuga, Masashi Hosokawa
Ricinoleic acid (RA) is a type of fatty acid found in castor oil and has been known to have anti-inflammatory effects. Phospholipids are useful functional compounds in food/medical fields due to their amphiphilic property and biocompatibility. The purpose of this study was to prepare phospholipid containing...
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Isolation and Identification of Osmophilic Yeasts Isolated from Molasses Sugarcane as Bioethanol Starter

Nurhayati Nurhayati, Bambang Sugiharto, Ika Fitriyah, Jayus Jayus
Osmophilic yeasts was second generation to increase of the bioethanol production. The yeasts were isolated from the high sugar ontain material like honey, juice or by-product materials such as molasses. Bioethanol was usually produced from sugarcane molasses at brix degree of 14%. The aim of the research...
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Factors Affecting Cattle Prices During Year-End Holiday Season

Sudi Nurtini, Endang Baliarti, Vinsky Maulana
This study was to determine the factors that affect the cattle prices during the year-end holiday season in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. The study used 266 cattle transacted at Ambarketawang Animal Market and Mancasan Slaughterhouse in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. This research was carried out using a survey method...
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The Entrepreneurial Behavior of Semi-Organic Rice Farmers In Bantul Regency

Nur Rahmawati, Masyhuri Masyhuri, Lestari Rahayu Waluyati
The success of semi-organic rice farming is mainly determined by the behavior of organic rice and the entrepreneurial behavior of the farmers in managing their farming. With a strong entrepreneurial behavior, semi-organic rice farmers are expected to increase the production of semi-organic rice farming...
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The Structure-Conduct-Performance of Indonesian Apple Fruit Market

Rahayu Relawati, Jangkung Handoyo Mulyo, Masyhuri Masyhuri, Lestari Rahayu Waluyati
Apple is an original plant of the sub-tropical area. However, Indonesia as a sub-tropical country also has grown apple plant, specifically in Malang Region, East Java Province. This study aimed to understand the structure, conduct, and performance of the apple market in Indonesian. The study was conducted...
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Interest of Rice Farmers to Apply Warehouse Receipt System in Bantul Indonesia: Theory of Planned Behavior Approach

Aris Slamet Widodo, Mirfatus Sholicha
The Warehouse Receipt System is one of the solutions of meager rice prices because it has the concept of delaying the sale of grain which aims to get a better selling price. Management performance and policy will affect farmers' interest in implementing the Warehouse Receipt System. This study aims to...
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Tobacco Trading Arrangements:Prospect Of Justice For Tobacco Farmers In Java

Nanik Prasetyoningsih
Tobacco trading is a tobacco marketing system from farmers to consumers. In the global trade system, local tobacco farmers compete with tobacco manufacturers from abroad. Unfortunately, government performance is unsatisfying regarding the management of tobacco trading mechanism. This study aimed to determine...
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Entrepreneurship for Empowerment Persons With Disabilities In Yogyakarta Province

Arni Surwanti, Lela Hindasah
The Local Regulation of Protection and Fulfillment of the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in Yogyakarta Province mandates that every person with disabilities has the same rights and opportunities to get a job. The government has obligation to facilitate persons with disabilities to get a job. The...
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Development Of Disadvantaged Districts Based On Pajale (Rice, Corn, And Soybean) In West Sumatera

Dany Juhandi, Albert Sembiring, Nilam Kemala Odang
The Government of Indonesia has regulated the acceleration of food self-sufficiency for rice, corn, and soybean (Pajale) through Minister of Agriculture Regulation No.14 of 2015. It is highly suggested that before the implementation of this program. It is necessary to identify different foods potential...
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Financial Analysis And Business Feasibility Study Of Cinnamon Jelly Candy

Setiarti Sukotjo, Indrati Sukmadi, Muhami Muhami, Alifatul Mastikha
The Government of Indonesia is targeting the performance of small and medium-sized industries (IKM) to grow above 10 percent in 2018. One of food products that can be developed in a small-scale industry is seaweed-based jelly candy with cinnamon flavor. The aim of the research is to understand the financial...
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The Impact of Clove Import Policy on Clove Market and Cigarette Production in Indonesia

Antik Suprihanti, Bonar M. Sinaga, Harianto Harianto, Reni Kustiari
Indonesian government has applied clove import policy (which import only through licensed importer). The policy had caused consequences to the clove market and cigarette production. The aim of this research was to analyze the impact of the policy on clove market and cigarette production in Indonesia....
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Entrepreneurship Development Program Through Gontor Agrotech Training Centre In University of Darussalam Gontor

Alfu Laila, Lutfy Ditya Cahyanti, Niken Trisnnaningrum, Use Etica
Nowadays, many universities around the world are in the process of strengthening their entrepreneurship education programs in order to create more young entrepreneurs in the future. University of Darussalam Gontor provided the requirement through Gontor Agrotech Training Centre with entrepreneurship...
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Use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) on Agricultural Marketing in Indonesia a Brief Literature Review

Heri Akhmadi
It is obvious that information and communication technology (ICT) have been widely used in agricultural sector in the last decade. Theoretically, ICTs propose to increase the efficiency of agricultural marketing since this could reduce marketing supply chain, thus increasing marketing efficiency. This...
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Social Study And Economic Aspects Of Sheep In Intensive Livestock Business District Cirebon

Fitri Dian Perwitasari, Bastoni Bastoni
Haur Kuning Livestock Farmer Group is located in Ciawi Gajah Village, Cirebon District. Members of the Haur Kuning livestock farming group have intensive maintenance methode in raising their livestock with varying business scales. The research was conducted to know the socio-economic aspects of intensive...
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The Influence Of Transfer Knowledge And Quality Management On Environmental Performance Through Innovation Strategy On Batik Mukti Manunggal Association

Reza Widhar Pahlevi, Indri Irma Oktaviani
This study aims to determine the effect of transfer knowledge and quality management on the innovation strategy of Batik MuktiManunggal Association, to determine the effect of transfer knowledge and quality management on the environmental performance of BatikMuktiManunggal Association and to determine...
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The Sweet Potato Substitution of Raw Material of Food Processed and Consumers Preferences

Triwara Buddhisatyarini, Nur Rahmawati, Muhammad Thoha
This research aims to know the consumer preference of foods, based on the level of sweet potato substitution of raw material for food product, and to know the profit of this product. Product of sweet potato substitution to be analyzed this research are pizza, brownies, and bread. To collect the sample...
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Fermented Technology of Robusta Coffee Beans (Canephora Coffee) With Kefir Milk to Produce Specialty Coffee

Asmak Afriliana, Hiroyuki Harada, Putri Qoriasiatul Khotijah, Jayus, Giyarto
Coffee beans produced by Indonesian farmers are known as “asalan” (unfermented) coffee and has a bad taste. The aims of this research to increase quality of Robusta coffee bean with fermentation using kefir starter. It is one of processing methods of coffee by soaking the coffee beans and then adding...
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The Effect of Local Microorganism (MOL) Concentration of Banana Hump and Fruit Waste on the Growth and Yield of Broccoli Plants (Brassica oleracea)

Dyah Roeswitawati, Yulindar Utami Ningsih, Muhidin
Local Microorganisms (MOL) are fermented liquids made from natural ingredients that contain microorganisms that have the potential to transform organic matter, stimulate growth, control pests and plant diseases. Broccoli includes horticultural plants which are a source of vitamins A, B complex, C, calcium,...
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Evaluation of Biosecurity Implementation in Layer Chicken Farm in Gulurejo Village, Lendah Subdistrict, Kulonprogo District

Francy Risvansuna, Yus Peisal Nurhikmat
The unreasonable mortality rate of poultry in Gulurejo Village has become a major problem. Although breeders claimed they have applied Biosecurity system, the issue of poultry mortality still could not be resolved. This study aims to analyze the condition and success level of Biosecurity application...
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Substitution Analysis of Farm Pattern of Soybean (Glycine max) with Sweet Citrus Fruit (Citrus sp.) and Dragon Fruit (Hylocereus undatus) in Southern Banyuwangi

Muhammad Hazmi, Syamsul Hadi, Edy Sutiarso
The growing substitution patterns of soybeans into horticultural crops in Southern Banyuwangi caused the soy food stocks to decrease. This condition is possible to threaten the pillars of sustainable agriculture. This study was conducted to investigate any socio-economic factors that affect the farming...
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A Study on the Potential of Processed Banana Agroindustry: An Effort to Strengthen Food Security

Nuning Setyowati, Agustono, Suprapti Supardi, Wiwit Rahayu
Bojonegoro is a region in East Java Province affected with annual flood. Food security, particularly in flood-vulnerable areas, is urgent to improve. Developing Agroindustry is a solution to improve the performance of agricultural sector to achieve food security for local communities. Banana is a superior...