Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference for Smart Agriculture, Food, and Environment (ICSAFE 2021)
Nurul Huda, Irwandi Jaswir, Yayu Romdhonah, Alimuddin Alimuddin, Tofael Ahamed, Nidal Nasser
Comparison of Color Quality Measurement Using Chromameter and Image Processing for Dehydrated Strawberry Products
Farisa Adelina Sitanggang, M. Maksum Machfoedz, Mohammad Affan Fajar Falah
Color is one of the important parameters to consider regarding to quality and perception of consumers acceptance in agro-industrial products. However, standard color measurement using colorimeter have an expensive cost and the need for trained individual to operate, then, other measurement can be done...
The Study of Silica (Si) and Salinity on the Growth and Yield of Shallot Plant (Allium ascalonicum L.) in an Entisol Soil
Kharisun, Sisno, Mochammad N. Budiono, Rokhminarsi, Kiki Kurniasih
One of the problems encountered by coastal sandy land is the high concentration of salt which can cause limited water uptake, and ion poisoning to the plants. Silica is potential nutrient to solve salinity problem in coastal sandy land. The objectives of this experiment are to examine the effect of salinity...
Herayati, Yeyen Maryani, Agus Rochmat
Aren or Enau (Arenga pinnata Merr) is one type of palm plant which grows well in tropical areas, especially in Indonesia. The main product of the palm plant is sap which is the result of tapping from male flowers which is used as palm sugar and natural sweeteners. Palm sugar has antioxidant activity...
A Review of the Potential of Beneng Taro as Material for Inulin Making and Its Application to Yogurt
Fitria Riany Eris, Dina Riziani, Vega Yoesepa Pamela, Muhammad Rizal Febriansah, Septariawulan Kusumasari, Arni Komala Sari
Inulin is a polymer of fructose units that are soluble in water and cannot be digested by enzymes but can be fermented by microflora in the colon. Inulin is commonly used as a food additive for synbiotic benefits. Inulin is generally produced from tubers or plant roots. Beneng taro is an indigenous tuber...
Implementation of Good Warehouse Practices (GWP) and Good Distribution Practices (GDP) on Rice Product Case Study of PT. Agrobisnis Banten Mandiri
Putri Hana Yuliana, Fitria Riany Eris, Rangga Galura Gumelar, Ilham Mustofa
Rice is the important food crop in the world and has become a staple food for more than half of the world’s population. PT Agrobisnis Banten Mandiri (PT ABM) is a food distribution center in Banten Province that especially handles rice products. It is a must that a warehousing and distribution system...
Fatah Sulaiman, Yati Adawiyah, Muhammad Iman Santoso, Meutia, Afifah, Yeyen Maryani
The waste of husks and corn cobs that relatively abundant in Indonesia is mainly used as animal feed. Its utilization is still not maximized and pollutes the environment a lot. Corn husks and cobs contain silica, which can be used as a raw material in the manufacture of SiO2 silica gel. This study aims...
Design and Development of California Papaya Murability Detection Based on Learning Vector Quantization Method Using LDR Sensor and Camera
Masjudin, Alimuddin Alimuddin, Oktavia Widia Ningrum, Romi Wiryadinata
Sorting the ripeness of papaya fruit is generally done manually. Technological developments can simplify and speed up the work of farmers in sorting papaya fruit, such as using the TCS3200 series LDR sensor, which produces red, green, and blue color frequency values. This sensor can distinguish ripe...
Response Germination of Kuranji Acid Seed (Dialium Indum L.) to Scarification and Concentration of Potassium Nitrate (KNO3)
A. M. Kartina, Fitria Riany Eris, Puput Harjanti
Kuranji acid is a plant that naturally grows in the mountains of tropical forests. It has tough seeds. Therefore, it is necessary to break seed dormancy. This research was aimed to know the response Germination of kuranji acid seed (Dialium indum L.) to scarification and concentration of potassium nitrate...
Effect of Different Soilwater Availability on Growth and Yield of Three Varieties of Corn (Zea mays L.)
Rusmana, Eltis Panca Ningsih, Savira Rafa Na’imah Cahyaningtyas
This research was conducted at the screen house of the Banten Agricultural Research and Technology Center (BPTP) and the Agroclimatology Laboratory of the Faculty of Agriculture, University of Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa from November 2020 to March 2021. This study used a factorial Randomized Block Design...
Wardalia, Endang Suhendi, Nufus Kanani, Rudi Hartono
The waste product from the textile industry is liquid waste containing dye. Metil violet is one type of dye that can damage the water ecosystem. The decrease levels of methyl violet can be done through the adsorption method. The peanut shell contains cellulose that allows the peanut shell to be adsorbent...
The Effect of Acetobacter xylinum Concentration to Bacterial Cellulose Production Using Waste Water of Palm Flour Industry as Fermentation Medium
Rahmayetty, Meri yulvianti, Muhamad Toha, Nufus Kanani
Bacterial cellulose (BC) is produce extracellularly by acetic acid bacteria through oxidative fermentation. Utilization of waste water of palm flour industry as a medium for bacterial cellulose production is a new breakthrough, because the palm flour industry is quite large in Banten and an effort to...
Yayat Ruhiat, Yudi Guntara
National corn production continues significantly increased, ranging from 9,347,192 tons to 19,611,704 tons. The highest corn production in East Java Province with an average production of 3,525,913.467 tons with productivity of 4.112 tons/ha. Meanwhile, the average corn production in Banten Province...
Alimuddin Alimuddin, Masjudin, Venna Vanessha, Cakra Adipura Wicaksana, Ria Arafiyah, Irma Saraswati
Water quality in milkfish cultivation requires great attention. Factors such as salt content in water, temperature, and pH become parameters to determine water quality. Salinity levels determine growth in pond aquatic ecosystems. This change is due to the biological processes in these waters and the...
Ririn Irnawati, Mustahal, Dini Surilayani, Hery Sutrawan Nurdin, Adi Susanto, Rifki Prayoga Aditia
The increasing population and rising living standards are expected to contribute to higher demand for animal-derived high-quality protein, primarily from fish. Capture fisheries have become a leading sector that supplies fish production for human consumption and fish processing industries. As the center...
Irma Saraswati, Heri Haryanto, Alimuddin Alimuddin, Michael Elia Yesaya, Ri Munarto
Red chili has a very low shelf life because it is easy to spoil. Storage at low temperatures is one of the best ways to preserve chili freshness. Drying at high temperatures is another best way to maintain chili quality. One way to maintain and maintain the quality of chili is by using a peltier. Peltier...
Effect of Halal Label, Halal Awareness and Product Composition Information on Consumer Buying Interest in Local food Products
(A Case in the District of Rangkasbitung)
Andini Ginanti Tuzzahra, Meutia, dan Ahmad Bukhari
This study aims to analyze the effect of halal label, halal awareness and product composition information on consumer buying interest in local food products partially and simultaneously. This research is descriptive quantitative with accidental sampling. Total samples are 100 consumers of IKM local food...
Rida Oktorida Khastini, Nani Maryani, Iing Dwi Lestari
Mushrooms have been consumed as food. Rich in nutrition and as serve an extraordinary benefaction to agricultural biodiversity, fostering local food security and economic sustainability in the community. This review thus gathers the existing literature on edible mushrooms reported from Indonesia. The...
Scope: Environment and Agriculture
Ipah Ema Jumiati, Ari Winanto
Spatial and regional plans as stipulated in The City of Serang Regional Regulation No. 6 of 2011 on The Urban Planning Plan of 2010–2030 there are still many that failed implemented. The increasing number of residents accompanied by increased housing needs and other supporting facilities makes an increase...
HACCP Plan of Frozen Milkfish Satay for Supporting Cold Chain Management in PT. Agrobisnis Banten Mandiri (Perseroda)
Septariawulan Kusumasari, Wahyuni Martiningsih, Ahmad Mujaki Diwan
Banten has abundant fish resources with 499.62 km coastline length. Fish is perishable food with short shelf life. Freezing is alternative process to maintain quality of fish. PT. Agrobisnis Banten Mandiri (PT. ABM) has a mission to be distribution center in Banten Province. One of distributing commodity...
Model of Economic Development and Chanosh Fisher Protection (Case Study in Domas Village, Pontang District, Serang Regency)
Syihabudin, Rusmana, Rangga Galura Gumelar, Iman Mukhroman
Food is a basic need that is fundamental and its fulfillment of human rights. In the Constitution 1945, said that the fullfillment of food as a basic component to increasing of human resources quality. Development of food and nutrition security is focused on strengthening food sovereignty. One of the...