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Efficiency of Using NPK Fertilizer with Vermicompost Addition to Growth and Results of Soybean Plants Arifin, M.; Sukaryorini, P.; Mujoko, T.
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The continued use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides on agricultural land, causing damage to land which results in degradation of land productivity. Organic agriculture is a green revolution movement that reduces agricultural inputs in the form of the use of organic fertilizers and pesticides, by using local natural resources in a sustainable manner. This study aims to determine the use of vermicompost and chemical fertilizers on the growth and yield of soybean plants. This study used a randomized block design (RBD) with vermicompost (V) and NPK (NPK) treatment, the treatment of which was: (P0) 750.0 kg ha-1 NPK, (P1) 562.5 kg ha-1 NPK + 30 ton ha-1 V, (P2) 375.0 kg ha-1 NPK + 30 tons ha-1 V, (P3) 187.5 kg ha-1 NPK + 30 tons ha-1 V and (P4) without chemical fertilizer + 30 tons of tonnes ha-1 V. Each treatment combination is repeated 3 times, so 15 experimental units are obtained. The results showed that administration of 30 tons ha-1 gave unreal results with other treatments for the growth and yield of Glycine max.
Antifungal Activity of Seaweed Agains Aspergillus flavus Julyasih, K.S.M; Purnawati, A.
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Various types of fungi such as Aspergillus flavus attack a lot of food items after harvest, these fungi can produce aflatoxin which is very toxic to consumers. Aflatoxin cannot be neutralized through cooking so efforts to avoid fungal contamination need to be done.The use of synthetic chemicals as a controller of fungal growth in foodstuffs can have adverse effects on health, so it needs natural control ingredients that do not have an impact on human health. One of the natural mushroom controllers is by utilizing natural resources, including seaweed. Processing of seaweed as an antifungal is an alternative that needs to be realized. For this reason, it is necessary to examine the inhibitory activity of several types of seaweed against A. flavus. This study examined several types of seaweed that have the potential effect to inhibit the development of A. flavus. The results showed that Caulerpa racemosa seaweed has a very strong inhibitory ability compared to other types of seaweed.
Utilization of Semi Natural Media With Hydrolysis Method Using Pepaya and Pineapple for Growth of Pseudomonad Fluorescent Isolate Pf-122 Wuryandari, Y.; Wiyatiningsih, S.; Suwandi; Wati, H.F.
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Pseudomonad fluorescent isolate Pf 122 is a biological agent bacteria that is often used to control soil borne pathogens. The aim of the study was to determine the growth of bacteria in a variety of semi-natural media that have been hydrolyzed by using papaya or pineapple and those that are not hydrolyzed. The media is expected to be used as a substitute for Kings' B, which is relatively expensive, for the growth of Pseudomonad fluorescent. This study was compiled using a Completely Randomized Design (CRD) with 13 treatments and repeated 4 times on a laboratory scale. The research treatment consisted of several media including Kings' B, crab, pineapple crab, papaya crab, snail, pineapple snail, papaya snail, lamtoro, pineapple lamtoro, papaya lamtoro, tolo, pineapple tolo and papaya tolo. The results showed the highest population of bacteria in the medium of crabs and snails. The average population of bacteria in semi-natural media is more than the population of bacteria in the Kings ‘B media. The growth of bacteria is the second best, namely bacterial growth in pineapple crab media, papaya crab, anyway, Kings'B. Media that is not good for bacteria growth are pineapple snail, papaya snail, pineapple toasted, pineapple lamtoro and papaya lamtoro because it doesn’t show the growth of bacteria. Compared to crab, snail and pineapple crab media, growth of Pseudomonad fluorescent isolate Pf 122 bacteria shows significant differences with Kings 'B. Thus the medium of crabs, snails, pineapple crabs and tolo can be used as a substitute for Kings' B.
The Form of Traditional House of Coastal Area at Tanjung Bumi Bangkalan as The Basic Preservation of Madura Traditional Architecture Safeyah, M.; E. Elviana; N. Takarini; A. Sutejo
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The purpose of the research is to find the traditional house form at Tanjung Bumi Bangkalan, thus it can be used as the basis to preserve the traditional architecture of Madura especially Bangkalan. This study is a descriptive research with qualitative method. Data obtained through interviews, photography, measurements, and sketches. Sample taken by purposive sampling. The data analyzed using principle of design that are; unity, balance, proportion, emphasis, and rhythm. Traditional houses in Tanjung Bumi coastal area consist of Bangsal type and Trompesan type. The house has rectangular from. The unity of the building formed by combining column, wall, space, material texture and colour. The house façade formed symmetrically with the point of interest at the roof that dominated the entire form. The proportion of the roof 1.5 times than the size of the house spatial. The space arrangements dominated by Sedana type, which comprise of two rooms. Space arrangements of Sedana type is lined to the side or lined backward. A high aesthetic value is derived from the creation of elements which considering principle of design.
Application of Klampar Batik Branding as A Tactical Image Forming Factor (Case Study of Batik Center, Klampar Village) A. B. Wibisono; A. T. Artanto; N. Anggriani
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Branding in the SMEs (Small and Medium Size Enterprises) centers in the modern era is considered very necessary, so that economic progress and product stability in consumers are maintained dynamically. This research on Klampar Batik is an applied model of the results of previous research in the Batik center. The research with the theme "Applied Branding Model as a Tactical Image Forming Factor (Batik Center Case Study, Klampar Village)" was a continuation of previous research. The problem in this study is, to what extent is the effectiveness of previous research when its application is carried out in the center of Batik. In this study aims to make an analysis of the application and attitudes of society towards Branding that has been made in previous studies, this research is located in Klampar Village, Kecamatan Proppo, Kabupaten Pamekasan. This research is packaged in a community service model that is carried out periodically for two months. The methodology in this study was to conduct Focus Group Discussions (FGD) to village officials and 30 Klampar batik craftsmen. In addition, this research is also supported by journals and literature to provide a concrete picture of the research conclusions.
Interior Dissemination of The Showroom of The Technopark Building of The UPN Veteran Jawa Timur N. Anggriani; D. Agustin; W. D. Susanti
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UPN Veteran Jawa Timur is a state university in Surabaya with a state defense character and excels in the Tri Dharma of Higher Education. More than 150 effective products have been produced by researchers and have been used by the public. However, currently the arrangement of appropriate products is not well organized and maximized and does not have representative showrooms. FAD as a faculty that has superior products of interior design showrooms will conduct research with the title of Interior Dissemination of Exhibition Room of UPN Veteran Jawa Timur Technopark Building. This research is expected to be able to disseminate the showroom interior arrangement technology that reflects the country's defense character as a characteristic of UPN to exhibit various appropriate products from the research activities and community service of UPN Veteran Jawa Timur so that it will ultimately improve the image and excellence of veteran UPN Jawa Timur. A well-arranged interior arrangement can increase visitors' comfort in seeing the tool. The method used in this study is observation, data collection tools and design processes. In the design process used behavioral methods in this case is the behavior of visitors in the area of the showroom at the Technopark Building UPN Veteran Jawa Timur.
The Furniture Arrangement Study in Housing Type 21m2 D. Agustin; N. Anggriani; E. Djuni
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The construction of simple 21 m2 houses was built by developers, especially in big cities. At 21 m2 type houses there is very limited space. To arrange the space in it, especially arranging furniture is very difficult because of the limitations of space where residents must be able to use space optimally but still comfortable and can accommodate all the activities of its residents. This study aims to determine the arrangement of furniture in type 21 m2 houses and the factors that influence them. The resulting output is expected to be able to provide recommendations on the arrangement of simple houses of type 21 m2. This study uses a behavioral approach with quantitative non-parametric data collection which is then analyzed qualitatively. From the analysis it was found that most of the 21 m2 occupants had made changes to space zoning accompanied by additional furniture. Type 21m2 house is a residence that prioritizes space effectiveness and efficiency by integrating the results of the calculation of broad needs in each space by assuming various possible movements, structuring the right furniture that fits the zone and its needs. Comfort for occupants of type 21 m2 houses can be achieved, among others, with enough space for activity, lighting and airing. Good lighting and ventilation can be adjusted to the size and function of space. Sufficient space for movement can be realized by arranging furniture and good circulation.
Booth Display Model Training for Marketing of Tambak Products Produced in Tambak Oso Sidoarjo Village D. Agustin; N. Anggriani
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One of the marketing media that is considered quite effective is the product exhibition. By participating in the exhibition they can introduce their products and conduct market research. In the exhibition, booths or booths are needed to display their practical and attractive products. Interesting in the sense of having a beautiful shape that can support their product, practically in the sense that it can be used repeatedly and easily in terms of installation and dismantling. With the knowledge of the display booth model of processed products, the fishpond product is expected to increase sales so that it will also increase the income of the farmers in the Tambak Oso Sidoarjo village and in the future Tambak Oso Sidoarjo Village will become a Tourism Village.
Packaging Design for Tradisional Snack (Object Study Kampung Kue Surabaya) A. Solicitor; Widyasari; A. Sutejo
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Indonesia has a wide variety of cultures, and one of them is traditional snacks. This culture can be a unique tourist attraction asset, so it must be maintained and preserved. Kampung Kue is one of the villages that produces the best quality and complete variety of traditional snacks in Surabaya. Along with the increasing needs of traditional snacks, the production of Kampung Kue‘s traditional snack is also increasingly diversified. All of the traditional snack produced by Kampung Kue are competing and trying to win the market, where consumers are faced with the many choices available on the market, so that the treatment of traditional snacks products must be increased, and such effort can be obtained through a unique traditional snacks packaging design. The main problem of Kampung Kue traditional snacks is that they are only wrapped individually using transparent resealable plastic wrap. The traditional snacks bought were only wrapped in as plastic bag, unless the customer buy them in very large quantity. They are also lacking in the knowledge about how the snack characteristics can affect the choice of the packaging. Therefore, it is necessary to conduct training to create a new packaging design that fits with the standard of good packaging.
Readjustment of "Kalanganyar" Area as A Tourism Village With The Basis of Coastal Architecture Satellite Images Data Elviana, Eva; F. Mutia; A. N. Yunisya
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Coastal areas are seafront areas, which are a unique and dynamic part of the city that portrays the condition of Kalanganyar Village in Sidoarjo. With the existence of marine culture and the production of milkfish ponds, Kalanganyar Village has the potential to become a tourist destination. However, referring to the criteria of tourism village, Kalanganyar Village is very far from being categorized into tourism village. Nevertheless, the coastal natural resource and the wisdom of the local architecture can be developed into an asset of tourism village which will potentially improve the living standards of its people. The method used in this research are explorative and descriptive, which means exploring the natural physical potential, associated with existing urban elements, and the non-physical potential related to the socio-cultural community. The results, from mapping the authenticity of the form and character of the area in Kalanganyar Village, are described using synchronous reading (synchronic reading) and interpreted qualitatively. To describe the non-physical potential, the data obtained from the respondents' interviews were processed using simple quantification. The results of this study are then becoming the basis of development concept for Kalanganyar area as a tourist village, which includes the adjustment of spatial areas, regional morphology identification and building typologies based on the Coastal Architecture. These adjustments are performed in a schematic design and is expected to reflect the identity of the region.