Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Smart and Innovative Agriculture (ICoSIA 2022)

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Josaphat Tetuko Sri Sumantyo, Nur Ainun Harlin Jennie Pulungan, Taira Miyahara, Ari Cahyono, Angga Prasetya
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A Beauty is in the Eye of the Beholder: The Analysis of Indonesian Agricultural Startups Development Strategy

Iwan Hermawan, Rafika Sari, Yuni Sudarwati, Izzaty, Dewi Wuryandani
The abundant agricultural resources and the vast market does not make agricultural startups develop more massively than nonagricultural startups. At the same time, the role of agricultural’s startups as an enabler of agricultural’s technology (agri-tech) is crucial to improve food accessibility and even...
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An Open Dataset of Labelled Tropical Crops

Jade Chattergoon, Fazeeia Mohammed, Kimberley Gillette, Brittany Peters, Patrick Hosein
Small Island Developing States (SIDS) are particularly susceptible to the detrimental effects of Climate Change. Issues such as food security have been given increased attention over the last few years and this has sped up with the transportation and logistical issues faced during the COVID pandemic....
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Analysis of Household Food Security Horticultural Farmers Based on Proportion Food Expenditure and Energy Consumption

Dita Atasa, Ida S. Roidah, Dona W. Laily, Yuniar H. Prasekti
Food security as economic access to food availability and production to meet future food security challenges. This study research proposes to analyze the food security of horticultural farmer households based on the proportion of food expenditure and energy consumption. The method analysis uses level...
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Edge Detection of Strawberries Ripeness Based on Model Optimization Using Intel OpenVINO Toolkit

Yosef Adhitya Duta Dewangga, Agus Bejo, Eka Firmansyah
The improvement of automation and big data analytics with technology is giving big benefits to the agriculture sector. In the open field crops, farming robot technology helps farmers to spray fertilizer. Soil data analysis can help to determine plant treatment. Harvesting robots for picking fruits with...
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Prediction of Oil Palm Production Using Recurrent Neural Network Long Short-Term Memory (RNN-LSTM)

Muhdan Syarovy, Andri Prima Nugroho, Lilik Sutiarso, Suwardi, Mukhes Sri Muna, Ardan Wiratmoko, Sukarman, Septa Primananda
Prediction of oil palm production is essential so all activities can be planned effectively and efficiently, especially in financing. One can do many ways, one of which is utilizing production history data using the Recurrent Neural Network – Long Short-Term Memory (RNN-LSTM) model. RNN-LSTM is a Deep...
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The Dynamics of Indonesia’s Pepper Exports in International Market: A Case Study on the Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic

Dita Rosyita, Jangkung H. Mulyo, Irham
Indonesia ranks fourth in the global list of pepper exporters. This commodity contributes the largest foreign exchange from spices, and thus, the sustainability of Indonesia’s pepper exports is crucial. However, the presence of the COVID-19 pandemic poses several constraints, such as the decline in the...
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Agroclimate Zone Analysis and Its Relationship with Rice and Tobacco Productivity in Temanggung District

Rifqiya Nur Aisyah, Emilya Nurjani, Utia Suarma
Temanggung Regency’s rice and tobacco production, in particular, were greatly impacted by the quantity and quality of the weather, particularly rainfall. In order to create a map of the agroclimatic zone, this study employed rainfall data from CHIRPS with a data length of 30 years. The data was then...
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Beef Supply Chain of Imported Cattle from Traditional Markets to Modern Retail Markets

Robi Agustiar, Agung Triatmojo, Budi Guntoro, Endang Baliarti
The Indonesian government adopted a policy of importing buffalo meat to meet national needs. The policy of importing buffalo meat is suspected to have resulted in new market segmentation and changes in the supply chain of the beef market. This study aims to analyze the supply chain of livestock and beef...
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Farmers’ Motives in Raising Ettawa Crossbred Goat in Purworejo, Central Java Province

Budi Guntoro, A. Setiawan, Annisa’ Qurrotun A’yun
The objective of this study was to determine the farmers’ motives in raising Ettawa crossbreed goats in Purworejo. The method used in this study was a survey, Criteria used in sampling were farmers who still maintain goats and joined in the animal collective housing as well as group member that still...
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Flood Vulnerability Analysis on Paddy Fields Using the Spatial Multi-criteria Evaluation Method: A Case Study of Bantul Regency-Indonesia

Sulistiawan Fajar Nugroho, Anindya Hias Bestari, Azizah Nurkhalifah, Yadug Restuaji, Andung Bayu Sekaranom
Bantul Regency is one of the areas with highest agricultural productivity in Yogyakarta Province-Indonesia, particularly for paddy fields. This region is also vulnerable to floods, which has negative impacts on the local community, particularly farmers. This study aims to determine the level of flood...
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Motivation of Urban People Towards the Sustainability of Urban Farming in Yogyakarta City

N. Ridwan Asrul, Irham Irham, Jamhari Jamhari
The sustainability of urban farming is strongly influenced by natural resources and human resources. In addition to the ability to manage land, another important factor is the motivation of urban communities. This study aims to: (1) determine the level of motivation of urban communities in carrying out...
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The Impact of the Sulawesi Earthquake on Maize Farmers in Sigi District Central Sulawesi: A Value Chain Analysis

Abdur Rofi, Buddhi Hastanti Pancarini
The 2018 Sulawesi earthquake and tsunami, followed by the COVID-19 pandemic, have caused problems for most people in Sigi District, Central Sulawesi Province. Poor farmer groups are the ones most affected by the earthquake and Covid-19. This study analyzes the strategy for strengthening maize farmers...
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The Rural Urban Linkages in Fulfilling Vegetable Food Consumption in the City of Yogyakarta

L. S. Budiman, A. Musthofa
The fulfillment of food needs in urban areas will not be separated from the surrounding hinterland areas as a unit. Sometimes, the hinterland of an urban area is very extensive and not borderless in administrative areas. This study aims to analyze the potential ability of an urban area, namely the city...
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An Example of Karst Features Identification Using High-Resolution Aerial Photograph for Environmental Management at Pindul Cave Area, Gunung Sewu Karst, Indonesia

Hendy Fatchurohman, Ahmad Cahyadi, Tjahyo Nugroho Adji, Indra Agus Riyanto
Karst area poses distinctive landform features on its surface such as karst hills, cave entrances, sinking streams, and doline. Identification of surface karst features in detail will greatly help understand the hydrogeological system of an area. However, the availability of open-source high-resolution...
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Analysis of Sesame Dehulling Wastewater Utilization for Biogas Manufacturing

Gunawan Rahmadi, Muhammad Ichdahana, Arita Dewi Nugrahini, Henry Yuliando
At present, some sesame dehulling businesses cannot handle overloaded liquid waste and choose to dispose sesame dehulling liquid waste directly into sewers or rivers. The organic matter in sesame dehulling wastewater disposed directly into the environment causes many environmental problems. One alternative...
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Application of Fermented Maja Fruit (Aegle marmelos) and Bamboo Shoot (Bambusa oldhamii) in Rabbit Manure Composting

Nanung Agus Fitriyanto, Radiptya Rahageng, Ragil Adi Prasetyo, Yuny Erwanto
This research aims to know the effect of indigenous microorganisms (MOL) from fermentation products of the maja fruit and bamboo shoot mixture on the characteristics and quality of rabbit manure composting. Physical parameters from fermented maja fruit and the bamboo shoots, the observation of growth...
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Assessment of Policy Implementation for Palm Oil-Based Bioenergy Development in Indonesia

Amelia Atmowidjojo, Nadiya Pranindita, Esy Gracia, Hanafi Kusumayudha, Mochamad Syahreza Rymizar, Saut Sagala, Niken Prilandita
This paper assessed the policy implementation in this sector to identify the reasons behind the remaining challenges in palm oil-based bioenergy in Indonesia by combining renewable readiness assessment with policy indicators. The use of multiple theories allowed this study to address the holistic aspects...
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Coconut Shell Biochar, Rhizobium and NPK Fertilizer Increased Soil Chemical Properties and NPK Uptake of Edamame in Inceptisol Tempuran, Magelang, Indonesia

Yulita Windi Nuraini, Sri Nuryani Hidayah Utami, Cahyo Wulandari
This study aims to determine the effect of coconut shell biochar, Rhizobium, and recommended doses of Urea+TSP 36+KCl fertilizer on changes in soil chemical properties and NPK nutrient uptake of edamame plants. Soil sampling was carried out at the beginning before treatment and at harvesting. Sampling...
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Cropwat 8.0 Application to Investigate Water Availability for Crops in Nawungan Agricultural Land, Imogiri

Umi Mar Atus Sholihah, Nur Ainun H. J. Pulungan, Fathi Alfinur Rizqi
The evaluation of water availability is crucial in planning and managing irrigation system. Rainfall is a climatic element having a very important role to provide crop water requirement. However, the amount of rainfall also depends on other climatic factors such as air temperature, humidity, wind speed,...
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Environmental and Socio-economic Impact of Floating Net Cages Aquaculture in Cengklik Reservoir

Fatimah Nurul Mahdiyah Jayatri, Adhy Kurniawan, Susilo Budi Priyono
The existence of Cengklik Reservoir is used by the surrounding community for aquaculture using a floating net cage system. The floating net cage system is often in demand because it reduces the loss of fish when the reservoir volume changes so that it is easier to culture, but this system also has an...
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Geometric Characteristics of Sandbars Case Study of Progo River

Agus Maryono, Alifia Darmayanti, Azmina Syahida Basyarudin, Pratama Tirza Surya Sembada
Sandbar is one of river structures that functions to decrease river flow velocity and increase diversification of flow distribution leading to river channel stability. Sandbars have roles in sediment transport mechanism, reducing pollutants due to denitrification mechanism, and as a host for aquatic...
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Reservoir’s Water Quality Assessment Through Trophic State Model Using Multispectral Remote Sensing Data

Wenang Anurogo, Muhammad Z. Lubis, Muhammad Ghazali, Tasya Kesuma, Raden R. A. D. Retno
Duriangkang Reservoir is a reservoir located in Muka Kuning Village, Tanjung Piayu, Sei Beduk Subdistrict which was built in 1990 and operated in 2001. Duringkang has the main function as the main source of clean water for the people of Batam. This study aims to determine the parameters obtained by using...
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Rice Husk Biochar, Mycorrhizae and NPK Fertilizer Increase Soil Chemical Properties and the Sweetness of Edamame in Inceptisol Tempuran, Magelang, Indonesia

Melly Pradani, Sri Nuryani Hidayah Utami, Cahyo Wulandari
Edamame is food commodity that has high cultivation. Edamame can be grown in both highlands and lowlands. Edamame cultivation is limited by the low fertility based on the low content of soil organic matter, Cation Exchange Capacity (CEC), and availability of the N, P, and K nutrients. This research aims...
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Water Retention Capacity in Intensive Tillage System, Nawungan Agricultural Land, Imogiri

Indah Oktapiani, Nur Ainun H. J. Pulungan, Fathi Alfinur Rizqi
The research was aimed at studying a long-term influence of intensive tillage systems on water availability-related soil properties. This research had been carried out in Nawungan agricultural land, Imogiri in the clay soils dominantly by Lithic Ustorthent. Nawungan has long-term agricultural activities....
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Air Flow Simulation Through the Stack of Onions During Storage Using Computational Fluid Dynamics

Ira Ayuningsih, An N. F. Rahmah, Devi Priyanti, Joko N. W. Karyadi, Bayu Nugraha
The storage of ‘perishable’ horticultural products, such as onions (Allium cepa L.), must be equipped with an even air distribution. Uniform airflow in the product stack is important for quality maintenance. However, the air velocity in most of the storage space used in each part of the product stack...
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Chemical Quality of Osmotically Pretreated Freeze-Dried Strawberries

R. M. Putri, A. M. Fallah, W. Yuliani, Wagiman, M. A. F. Falah
The drying of fruits such as freeze-dried strawberries is an alternative to increase the added value of fresh strawberries, extend shelf life, have properties like fresh fruit, and have made it possible for consumers to be able to consume during all seasons. This study was aimed at examining the chemical...
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Clamshell and Fishbone Can Improve Growth Performance and Metabolism in Bangkok Rooster

Akhmad Abror As Sidiqi, Claude Mona Airin, Sarmin Sarmin, Pudji Astuti
A lot of zinc in clamshell produces an aromatase blocker attribute that enhances testosterone production. Protein-rich traits enable fishbone as a protein source for animals. Testosterone amplifies muscle protein synthesis and proliferation. Furthermore, T3 and T4 regulate fat and protein conversion...
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Comparison of Rat Cecum Appearances Fed with Different Fat Sources Using Smartphone-Based Image Analysis

Zaki Utama, Sri Raharjo, Agnes Murdiati, Andriati Ningrum
The aim of the study was to compare the rat cecum color and/appearances which fed for 13 weeks with high-fat diet (HFD) which three different fat sources (beef tallow, corn oil, and palm oil) were used. Fresh cecum was photograph during the necropsy using smartphone. The images were analyzed using photoshop...
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Effect of Guanidinoacetic Acid in Feed with Different Protein Levels on the Performance and Internal Organ Characteristics of Broiler Chickens

Diana Rahmawati, Chusnul Hanim, Zuprizal, Muhsin Annas, Heru Sasongko, Bambang Ariyadi
Guanidinoacetic acid (GAA) is the only direct precursor in creating creatine in vertebrate animals. In addition, creatine plays an active role in energy metabolism by supporting the restoration of high-energy cellular ATP concentrations, such as phosphocreatine. This study evaluated the effect of GAA...
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Postharvest Handling of Potato (Solanum Tuberosum) in Indonesia: A Review

Dian R. T. W. Nanda, Luari G. Pramelini, Raden R. H. A. Budiyanto, Anjar R. Sari
Potato (Solanum tuberosum) is a horticulture product containing a carbohydrate complex. This review aims to understand the potatoes characteristics, quality measurement, postharvest handling, and extended shelf life Potatoes contain carbohydrate content that reaches about 18%, 2.4% protein, and 0.1%...
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Preserving the Quality of Trimmed Young Coconut (Cocos nucifera (L.)) Using Sodium Metabisulfite and Citric Acid

Fahri Muhajirin, Satria Primatama, Bayu Nugraha
Trimmed Young Coconut (TYC) is one of the most Indonesia’s favourite tropical fruit. High demand of TYC brings to the development of TYC preservation in Indonesia. However, postharvest handling that have not been optimally operated impede the development of TYC agroindustry due to its damage. In addition,...
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Sensory Properties Characterization of Freeze-Dried Strawberries

W. Yuliani, R. M. Putri, D. Ismoyowati, M. A. F. Falah
Strawberries (Fragaria x ananassa var. Mencir) are sub-tropical herbaceous fruits that are in great demand by the world community and have promising business opportunities, including perishable commodities, which are quickly damaged so they have a short shelf life. Therefore, it is necessary to use post-harvest...
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The Clamshell and Fishbone Can Increase Thyroid Hormones Effectiveness to Improve Muscle Strength

Akhmad Abror As Sidiqi, Claude Mona Airin, Sarmin Sarmin, Pudji Astuti
Clamshells contain aromatase inhibitors that can increase testosterone, while fishbone can be an effective animal protein source. Bangkok rooster has an impressive muscle characteristic and physical activity that indicates manifestations of testosterone. T3 and T4 are thyroid hormones that mediate the...
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The Observations of Hot Water Blanching Effect on Trimmed Young Coconut (Cocos nucifera (L.))

Satria Primatama, Fahri A. Muhajirin, Bayu Nugraha
Trimmed Young Coconut or TYC is one of Indonesia's favorite tropical fruit. The high demand for TYC brings to the development of TYC preservation in Indonesia. However, due to its damage, postharvest handling that has not been optimally operated impedes the development of the TYC agroindustry. In...
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A Synthetic Wheat L-System to Accurately Detect and Visualise Wheat Head Anomalies

Chris C. Napier, David M. Cook, Leisa Armstrong, Dean Diepeveen
Greater knowledge of wheat crop phenology and growth and improvements in measurement are beneficial to wheat agronomy and productivity. This is constrained by a lack of public plant datasets. Collecting plant data is expensive and time consuming and methods to augment this with synthetic data could address...
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Application of Visible and Shortwave Near Infrared Spectroscopy Combined with PCA-LDA and PLS-DA to Distinguish Sirloin and Shank Beef

Aridatuz Zahroh, Muhammad Fahri Reza Pahlawan, Laila Rahmawati, Bayu Nugraha, Rudiati Evi Masithoh
Beef is a worldwide commonly consumed meat, and the physicochemical properties of meat differ depending on meat cuts. A method that detects beef cut types is necessary to protect the customer’s rights and prevent fraud in processing and distribution. This study used Vis-NIR and SW-NIR spectroscopy to...
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Climate Change and Rice Production in East Java Province, Indonesia

Mutiarra Ridyo Arum, Arini Wahyu Utami, Irham Irham
Rice is an important food commodity in Indonesia and several other developing countries, making its increase in demand in line with the population growth. While the government devise policies that attempt to boost rice production, limited resources, changing natural conditions and human activities impose...
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Design of Artificial Light for Nursery Chamber of Zoysia Matrella

G. M. Aji, S. W. Utami, A. F. Pratiwi
Zoysia matrella has a prolonged growth rate in its cultivation, including in the nursery phase, caused by environmental conditions, such as lack of light. Therefore, in this study, an automatic Zoysia matrella nursery chamber was designed with an artificial light control system that can adapt to ambient...
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Drought Analysis Using Standardized Precipitation Index (SPI) Based on Representative Concentration Pathways (RCPs) in Bantul and Gunung Kidul Regencies, DI Yogyakarta

Abi Wijaya Angga Prahatma, Wini Prayogi Abdila, Bayu Dwi Apri Nugroho
One of the natural disasters that is increasing in frequency due to the phenomenon of climate change and very detrimental to agriculture is drought. Future drought events need to be known so that adaptation and mitigation can be carried to avoid large losses. The purpose of this study is to determine...
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Minapolitan Village: Corporate Social and Environmental Efforts to Fulfill the Needs of Vulnerable Communities Through Smart and Precision Fishery Cultivation

Iwed Mulyani, Mukhammad Fatkhullah, Bambang Imawan
Minapolitan is a regional-based marine and fisheries economic development plan. The plan of minapolitan has been widely adapted to various regions in Indonesia, one of which is Dumai City. Dumai City with coastal characteristics has an opportunity for Minapolitan development. Minapolitan development...
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Prototype of Sliding Type Rice Transplanter for “Tapak Macan” Cropping Pattern

Gigieh Henggar Jaya, Radi Radi, Bambang Purwantana, Muhammad Fauzi Eka Putra, Resza Radya Deva
The “tapak macan” planting system is one of the technologies that has been proven to be successful in increasing rice productivity in the Special Region of Yogyakarta to 16–17 tons/ha. The “tapak macan” is a planting system that uses three stems planted with a triangular symmetrical pattern, with the...
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Semi-automatic Ground Truth Image Construction for Coffee Bean Defects Classification Based on SNI 01-2907-2008

Made Windu Antara Kesiman, Ismail Sulaiman
In the coffee bean test procedure for determining the value of defects, physical separation of defective beans is carried out. This physical test is carried out using human senses or using assistive devices. It is necessary to have a system that can perform the identification and selection process of...
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Using Peak Season NDVI for Assessing Soil Constraints Under Different Climate Conditions

Fathiyya Ulfa, Thomas G. Orton, Yash P. Dang, Neal W. Menzies
Impacts of soil constraints limiting yields often depends on climate. In years with adequate rainfall, only small impacts of soil constraints are expected. But in dry years, soil constraints can limit plant water uptake and trigger spatial variation in crop growth. In wet years, waterlogging-related...
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Weed and Water Stress Detection Using Drone Video

Fazeeia Mohammed, Jade Chattergoon, Roganci Fontelera, Omar Mohammed, Patrick Hosein
Precision agriculture has greatly improved the quality and quantity of crop yield over the last four decades. However, this approach depends on the availability of sufficient quality data. Determining the amount of weed coverage and crop damage is crucial in crop management. In addition, water stress,...
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Body Size Performance of F1 Murung Panggang x KUB Chicken

Adislam C. Kantaqwa, A. P. Z. N. L. Sari, Y. V. Saraswati, H. Sasongko, M. H. Wibowo, D. Maharani
Body size is essential as an indicator of growth in the economic trait. The objective of this study was to evaluate the chicken selection between crossbred chickens and their parental groups using body size variables. This study used 5 Murung Panggang chickens (parental males) and 131 crossbred chickens...
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Effect of CYP2E1 Gene and Breed on Carcass and Non-carcass Traits of Indonesia Lamb

R. S. Harahap, R. R. Noor, Y. C. Endrawati, H. S. Darusman, A. Gunawan
This study aimed to analyze the effect of CYP2E1 gene polymorphisms and breed sheep on carcass and non-carcass traits. A total of 50 rams used in this study were collected from 20 crossbreed sheep (10 Barbados Cross Sheep (BCS) and 10 Compass Agrinac Sheep (CAS)) and 30 local breed sheep (15 Javanese...
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Egg Production Performance of Crossbred Merawang X KUB Chicken

A. R. Alfiyanto, A. Kunarni, A. P. Z. N. L. Sari, Y. V. Saraswati, H. Sasongko, M. H. Wibowo, D. Maharani
The aim of this study was to compare between the crossbred and local chicken population based on its egg production performance. The animals used was 104 crossbred hen (F1 offspring of Merawang rooster x KUB hen) and 57 KUB hen (D = 33 hen, E = 24 hen). The F1 crossbred differentiated into four types:...
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In Silico Analysis of the Phalaemopsis amabilis FLOWERING TIME (PaFT) Gene Function

Ireneus Seno Prasojo, Febri Yuda Kurniawan, Nuzlan Rasjid, Muhammad Dylan Lawrie, Ni Putu Ayu Erninda Oktaviani Suputri, Endang Semiarti
Phalaenopsis amabilis (L.) Blume, as one of the charms of Indonesia, this orchid is very popular with the public because of the beauty of its flower shape and the long duration of flowering. In plant, the flowering period begins when the vegetative stage switched to reproductive stage. Some genes play...
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Morphological and Molecular Characterization of Variegated-Leaf Pattern in Dendrobium ‘Burana Green’ Based on the Structure of VAR2 Gene

Saifa Usni Putri, Aviesta Linggabuwana, Febri Yuda Kurniawan, Muhammad Dylan Lawrie, Endang Semiarti
Some plants developed variegated pattern on their leaves, where the leaves color separated to green part that indicate normal chloroplasts and white part that indicates abnormal chloroplast. Dendrobium ‘Burana Green’ is a hybrid orchid that has variegated phenotype on its leaves, where the middle part...
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A Review of Post Harvest Handling of Mango (Mangifera Indica L.) in Indonesia

Ahmad Zulpan, Novia Dewi Asmoro Wati, Nurinda Abellifia, Anjar Ruspita Sari
Mango (Mangifera indica L.) is a climacteric fruit category horticultural commodity, namely fruit that is able to continue the ripening process after being harvested, has a respiration rate, and high ethylene production so that mango is a fruit that is easily damaged and the marketing distance is limited....
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Allelopathic Potential of Basil’s Leaves Extracts on the Germination Characteristics of Several Vegetables

Kartika Yurlisa, Shofiyya M. Sholihah
Some plants can prevent seed germination and other plants’ growth by producing poisonous allelochemical ingredients. This research aimed to study the effect of basil leaves extracts on the germination characteristics of several vegetables. The experiment was conducted in factorial based on a completely...
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Anaerobic Digestion Potential of Cocoa Pod Husk and Cocoa Bean Shell: Case of Gunung Kidul, Indonesia

Amelia Christina Atmowidjojo, Razif Harun, Francis M. C. S. Setyabudi, Arini Wahyu Utami, Syazwani Idrus
Biomass waste conversion to biogas through anaerobic digestion offers an array of benefits from disposal management, clean energy provision, and economic inclusion. Cocoa processing wastes are abundant, yet their recovery alternatives are still underexplored in Indonesia. Therefore, this study emerges...
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Article Review: Commodity of Dragon Fruit (Hylocereus Polyrhizus)

Azka A. U. A. Rouf, Dinda Wardhany, Rifqi H. Mukti, Anjar R. Sari
Red dragon fruit (Hylocereus polyrhizus) is one of Indonesia's commodities widely consumed and developed nowadays. Dragon fruit or pitaya is a non-local fruit that is much favored by the public because it has efficacy, benefits, and high nutritional value. The most well-known efficacy of dragon...
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Article Review: Post-harvest Handling of Cavendish Banana (Musa acuminatacavendish)

Restu F. N. Zein, Yoel Sawi’eo, Zahra N. Arum, Anjar R. Sari
Because of its nutritional value, banana fruit is very important for food security and the economy in many tropical and subtropical countries. However, banana is a climacteric fruit with a short shelf life, so an alternative method is needed to delay their ripening. This article aims to explain postharvest...
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Best Practices Intercropping Citrus Controlling Asian Citrus Psyllids (Diaphorina citri) in Indonesia

Haris Setyaningrum, Edhi Martono, Alan Soffan, Jianhua Mo
Asian Citrus Pysillid (ACP), Diaphorina citri is one of the important pests in Citrus plantation. It as a vector of Candidatus liberibacter (CLs), caused Huanglongbing (HLB) diseased in citrus. Citrus is one the primary tropical fruit product in every region in Indonesia including in Java, Sumatera,...
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Design of Harvesting Tool Using Ergonomic Approach for Musculoskeletal Discomfort Prevention in Low-Cost Farming System: A Case Study of Korean Melon (Cucumis melo var. Makuwa)

A. S. Sulaimana, R. N. Alfiani, F. S. Adiatmaja, N. Khuriyati
The Korean melon greenhouse applied fully involved workers (manual production) during fruit harvesting. The incorrect postures during this process cause permanent damage to body tissues, such as musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs). The results showed that workers harvesting the Korean melon fruits at the...
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Fermentation of Green Seaweed Ulva fasciata Using Six Different Strain of Lactic Acid Bacteria (LAB)

Christina Yuni Admantin, Mark Turner, Raquel Lo, Van Ho Nguyen, Nicholas Paul
Marine fermented products nowadays are commonly made from fish or shrimp, but marine plant like seaweed which are considered as a valuable source of nutritous food has yet produce popular fermented food. Research correlated with seaweeed fermented-based product intended for consumption is still very...
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Hydroponic NFT-Based Indoor Farming of Red and Green Lettuce Microgreens in Response to Artificial Lighting

Alifa N. K. Sinaga, Aryanis M. Zahra, Evita Nugroho, Hari K. Simatupang, Novita D. Pitaloka, Hertiyana N. Annisa, Muhammad F. R. Pahlawan
The plant factory controls temperature, lighting, plant nutrients, and other environmental factors to provide a consistent, plant-friendly environment for predictable yields. In addition, microgreens can be grown profitably in expensive urban plant factories in a short harvest period. This study uses...
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Plant Architectural Arrangements to Improve Production and Quality of Brazilian Spinach

Listy Anggraeni, Robi`in, Evy Latifah, Diding Rahmawati, Baswarsiati, Aniswatul Khamidah, Ita Yustina, Thohir Zubaidi
Brazilian spinach (Alternanthera sissoo) is an extremely nutrient-rich leafy vegetable plant species native to Brazil and South America. It packs high amounts of carotenoids, vitamin C, vitamin K, folic acid, iron, and calcium. Brazilian spinach leafy vegetable is a low-growing perennial that forms a...
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Review Article: Postharvest Handling of Local Avocado (Persea Americana) in Indonesia

Dinar Rafika Puspitasari, Dwinda Marita Rahmi, Ida Kusumawati, Anjar Ruspita Sari
Avocado (Persea americana) has a high nutritional content but has perishable properties. The fruit ripening process lasts 5 to 7 days at 25℃. The problem is that 30% of avocados are still damaged and lost after harvest. Product losses or damage is caused by improper postharvest handling and inadequate...
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Sustainability of the Rice-Fish Farming System in Candibinangun Village Pakem Sub-district Sleman Regency

Dwiki I. Fathony, Harsoyo, Riesma Andiani, Diah F. Widhiningsih, Emilia Sanjaya
The increase in foodstuffs and the limited land for fish farming have caused a change in agricultural strategies that were originally monocultures to diversify crops through the rice-fish farming system. The rice-fish farming system is a combination of fish and rice farming in one field. The purpose...
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The Effect of Light-Emitting Diode, Planting Medium, and Nutrient Concentration on the Plant Growth and Chlorophyll Content of Lemon Basil

Novita D. Pitaloka, Aryanis M. Zahra, Evita Nugroho, Hari K. Simatupang, Alifa N. K. Sinaga, Hertiyana N. Annisa, Laila Rahmawati
Plant productivity and quality in plant factories with artificial lighting (PFAL) depend on lighting control. Planting medium and plant nutrient affect aromatic crop germination, crop growth, and essential oil yield. For 12 h, LEDs provided artificial grow illumination in three ratios: 100% blue, 100%...
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The Possibility of Organic Land and Farming Inheritance in the Future: A Case Study in APPOLI (Boyolali Organic Rice Farmers Alliance), Central Java, Indonesia

Anila Indrianti Anggraini, Azizatun Nurhayati, Irham Irham
This research was conducted in Central Java Indonesia, in a farmer group that is APPOLI stands for Aliansi Petani Padi Organik Boyolali (Boyolali Organic Rice Farmers Alliance). This research aims to identify: (1) the pattern and system of inheritance of agricultural land applied; (2) the interest of...
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Traceability of Seaweed Gracilaria sp. Contaminated by Heavy Metal

Rahmania Nur Afiah, Wahyu Supartono, Endy Suwondo
Gracilaria sp as a seaweed that abundant in Indonesia is increasingly being used as a food product because it contains carbohydrates, proteins, fats, vitamins, amino acids, and minerals. However, Gracilaria sp that is cultivated in Sidoarjo, East Java, Indonesia is known to contain some dangerous heavy...