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Nutmeg Pulp Herbal Tea Produced Using Shredding Method Amri, Asbahrul; Saputra, Devi Satria; Darma, Ria
Jurnal Inotera Vol 3 No 1 (2018): January-June 2018
Publisher : LPPM Politeknik Aceh Selatan

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31572/inotera.Vol3.Iss1.2018.ID44

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The existing nutmeg pulp herbal tea is produced from slice process which resulted with hard and big particle size of the powder. It is estimated to negatively affect the packaging process and defective product might be possible to occur when distribution taking place. Consequently, the study need to be done to produce nutmeg pulp herbal tea with small particle size of the powder using shredding method and define one of its substance quantity, Vitamin C as the comparable data towards the existing nutmeg pulp herbal tea product. The study reveals that the tea powder produced from shredding method is greatly smaller than slice method. Idiometri titration analysis of 5 nutmeg pulp herbal tea produced from shredding method samples shows that the average quantity of Vitamin C quantity is less significant than slice method which is only 3.514%. Thus, shredding method produces small particle size of nutmeg pulp herbal tea powder and containing less Vitamin C.
Rancang Bangun Alat Penanam Benih Kacang Tanah Audah, Safridatul; Rahma, Rusda Eka; Bakti, Asmara; Darma, Ria
Jurnal Inotera Vol 2 No 2 (2017): July-December 2017
Publisher : LPPM Politeknik Aceh Selatan

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31572/inotera.Vol2.Iss2.2017.ID34

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Peanuts or Latin Arachis hypoghea is one of the crops of palawija that has long been known to our farmers as a production plant. One of the causes that inhibits peanut productivity is because the planting process is still done manually using human power. To overcome this, the system was designed to design a tool for planting peanuts mechanically. The design of this equipment begins with the size and shape of the instrument itself with the aim of producing a peanut plant that works in human thrust strength, this study brings significance to farmers to save costs to pay workers, otherwise farmers work efficiently and effectively.