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Agrifor : Jurnal Ilmu Pertanian dan Kehutanan
ISSN : 14126885     EISSN : 25034960     DOI : https://doi.org/10.31293/af.v18i2
Core Subject : Agriculture,
Agrifor Journal is a scientific journal that contains writings in the form of research results, book review, conceptual studies, and scientific works in the field of Agriculture and Forestry concerning relevant cultivation.
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STUDI PEMANFAATAN LEMBO RUMAH UNTUK PENINGKATAN EKONOMI MASYARAKAT DI DESA MENCIMAI KECAMATAN BARONG TONGKOK KABUPATEN KUTAI BARAT Zuhdi Yahya, Katarina Hutiq, Ismail,
Agrifor : Jurnal Ilmu Pertanian dan Kehutanan Vol 12, No 2 (2013): Oktober
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31293/af.v12i2.345

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The average total income of Respondents. Rp 3.080.000. Every month from the average income of Primary Works Rp. 2.070.000. and the average income of part time job. Rp 1.165.384. Every month. Income from  Lembo Rumah can increase the average income of Rp. 1.097.200. Every month with 35.62% percent / household / month. This shows that Lembo Rumah can increase economic income of family in the village of Mencimai.
IMPLEMENTASI KEGIATAN PENGHIJAUAN DALAM PROGRAM REHABILITASI HUTAN DAN LAHAN (RHL) DI KECAMATAN SEKOLAQ DARAT KABUPATEN KUTAI BARAT Dwi Ery Mujahiddin, Agustinus, Ismail Bakrie,
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31293/af.v12i2.329

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The results showed that, RHL Implementation in West Kutai district is less than optimal because of the lack of supervision, mentoring, and guidance from the relevant agencies so that workers activities less than optimal success. In RHL activities are supported by a variety of factors including supporting Permenhut Number: 76/menhut-II/2008 on Forest Rehabilitation and Reclamation, the potential of land resources, the willingness to improve living standards, and adequate road infrastructure. While inhibiting factor / problem is HR / absence of forestry extension officers, will market certainty timber products from Forest People, and the mindset of the people is still oriented towards projects granted incentives and the ability of administrators manejerial farmer groups is still low.
POTENSI PRODUKSI DAN PROSPEK PENGEMBANGAN TANAMAN AREN (Arenga pinnata MERR) DI KALIMANTAN TIMUR Mariati, Rita
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31293/af.v12i2.352

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This study aimed to determine  1) the potential production of aren plant in Kalimantan Timur, (2) the development prospects  and processing industries  aren in Kalimantan Timur. The research was conducted  in the district of Kutai  Kartanegara, Kutai Barat,  and Kutai Timur. Data were collected on primary and secondary data. Sampling methods  purposive sampling  to farmers / producers of aren and a key information as many as 15 people. Data analysis was descriptive statistical analysis, and  SWOT analysis. The results showed that the aren plant in Kalimantan Timur spread over 7 districts  of  Kutai  Timur, Kutai Kartanegara, Kutai Barat, Samarinda, Penajam Paser Utara, Paser, and Bontang.  Counties with the largest aren plantation area is an area of Kutai Barat District 495 ha. Kutai Kartanegara regency area of 363 ha and the Kutai  Timur Regency area of 250 ha.  The district's largest producer of aren plantation in 2011 was as much of Kutai Timur Regency 76.62% of the total production of the aren plantation in Kalimantan Timur aren processing made by farmers / producers of aren in Kalimantan Timur are still confined to the traditional aren processing into brown sugar.  While processing aren into arenga palm sugar  and bioethanol  confined to trials. Effort is made by processing techniques and simple business management and packaging using banana leaf, mahang leaf, and plastic. Based on the SWOT analysis of the brown sugar  development strategies in Kalimantan Timur with 1 . Strategy is to turn around a. conduct intensive palm cultivation with improved varieties ; b. Provide access to capital for farmers / producer ; c . provide business management training ; d.Transfer technology palm cultivation and processing of the results of existing research . 2 . Devenif strategy is to : a. product diversification and modification of packaging ; b expand marketing network ; c. formed a joint venture group that fostered the related department . Model development is suggested to form a partnership with business groups
EFEK PENGGUNAAN PUPUK DAUN BAYFOLAN DAN PUPUK SP-36 TERHADAP PERTUMBUHAN DAN HASIL TANAMAN MELON (Cucumis melo L.) VARIETAS ACTION 434 ., Hamidah
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31293/af.v12i2.344

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Research purposes to determine the effect of foliar fertilizer and manure Bayfolan SP-36 on the growth and yield of melon. The experiment was conducted in the village of Muang Benanga In Lempake Village District North Samarinda, East Kalimantan, for 5 months starting from January to May 2011. The experiment was conducted in a randomized block design (RBD) with a 4x4 factorial experiment was repeated 3 times. The first factor is Bayfolan leaf manure (B) consisting of 4 levels of concentration, ie B0 (without fertilization), B1 (1.5 ml / L of water), B2 (3 ml / L of water). While the second factor is the SP-36 (S) consisting of 4 dose levels, ie S0 (without fertilization), S1 (450 Kg / Ha), S2 (900 Kg / Ha), S3 (1350 Kg / ha). Results of analysis of variance showed that the influence of leaf manure Bayfolan (B) was not significantly different for plant height ages 2 and 4 weeks after planting, the number of leaf age 2 weeks after planting, age of the plant during flowering, fruit weight and yield fruit crop per hectare, but significantly different to the number of leaf age 4 weeks after planting. Most likely the number of leaves found on the treatment concentration of 3 ml / L of water. Effect of SP-36 (S) was not significantly different for plant height ages 2 and 4 weeks after planting, the number of leaf age 2 and 4 weeks after planting, planting fruit weight, fruit set per hectare, but significantly different to the age of the plant during flowering. Fastest time of flowering plant age at treatment doses are 900 Kg / Ha. Interaction effect between leaf manure and fertilizer Bayfolan SP-36 does not give a real difference.
ANALISIS PENETAPAN KRITERIA KAWASAN HUTAN ., Zulkarnain
Agrifor : Jurnal Ilmu Pertanian dan Kehutanan Vol 12, No 2 (2013): Oktober
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31293/af.v12i2.356

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The purpose of this analysis is to determine ( 1 ) What are the criteria based on the forest slope , soil type and rainfall can be used as a basis for determining the hedging function , functional conservation and production functions , and ( 2 ) the criteria to meet the balance of forest ecosystems in the created in the layout plan of the province.The research was conducted for 4 ( four ) months from December 2012 to April 2013 , at the Faculty of Agriculture University GIS Laboratory Mulawarman , and several government agencies East Kalimantan Province .Data collection is done by : ( 1 ) data collection library , ( 2 ) data collection of government policy , and ( 3 ) observation satellite map.This research used descriptive analysis method by comparing the criteria with the forest setting policy rules of the forest ecosystem and forest conditions in the field that have a negative impact on the environment . Data from the analysis of Landsat satellite imagery from the comparator would be a real forest conditions , and generally explore the benefits and functions of the forest as is .The results showed that : ( 1 ) setting the criteria forest slope , soil type , and rainfall can not be made the basis of the criteria in determining the area of protected forests , forest conservation and forest production , and ( 2 ) the main criteria that can be used the setting is the availability of forest trees count as forming community forest.
STUDY KINERJA KOMODITAS KELAPA SAWIT DI KALIMANTAN TIMUR Fatah, Abdul
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31293/af.v12i2.326

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Oil palm development has been recognized in the province of East Kalimantan very rapidly in recent decades.  Although nationwide, Indonesia has been known as a the world's largest producer of crude palm oil, but its productivity is still very low when compared to Malaysia.  By considering the availability of land and favorable climate, Indonesia remains a great opportunity to increase the productivity of oil palm.  Moreover, with the government policies continue to be improved (including vision 36:25), it is expected to accelerate the development of upstream and downstream sectors of the oil palm.  This study aims to determine the achievement level of productivity of oil palm in East Kalimantan Province and positioning these achievements at regional and national level.   Research carried out for about five months in the province of East Kalimantan.  This study is a combination of a literature review with observations directly to the field.  The data collected were analyzed descriptively, then compared the achievements of East Kalimantan against other provinces in Kalimantan and Sumetera, and look at the performance of East Kalimantan oil palm on national level.  The results revealed that the total area of oil palm plantations in East Kalimantan by July 2013 has reached 1,002,284 hectares, with a production of 6,538,743 tonnes of FFB and CPO 1,438,523 tons, as well as the productivity of 13.24 tonnes FFB/ha/year and CPO yield 21.70%.  Position of oil palm performance achievements of East Kalimantan province on Kalimantan regional level for the planting area still under the Central Kalimantan province and West Kalimantan.  For CPO yield performance still under West Kalimantan but above the South Kalimantan.  Compared to Sumetera, achievements palm plantation acreage is still below the three provinces, but already above the other seven provinces.  For CPO yield performance, still under the three provinces in Sumetera.  Position of oil palm acreage achievement on national level accounted for about 7.56% of the total area of oil palm plantations nationwide, but in term of performance for productivity is still far below the national vision.
PERUBAHAN PENUTUPAN LAHAN KHDTK SAMBOJA BERDASARKAN PENAFSIRAN CITRA LANDSAT 7 ETM+ TAHUN 2010 DAN 2013 Djumanis Derita, Nanang Riana, Sri Endayani,
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31293/af.v12i2.351

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This study is to find closure on the land and floor area KHDTK Samboja changes and to find out the cause. Results from this study is expected to enrich the reference about the closing conditions far beyond the land especially for those in need especially for writers.. This study uses the interpretation method on screen digitization of Landsat 7 ETM + imagery coverage in 2010 and 2013 . Results from the interpretation then dioverlaykan the forest map and a map of East Kalimantan government administration .From the results showed that over the period 2010 to 2013, the change of land based on the calculation of the closure of changing area of 104.8 ha ( 3.38 % ) of the total area of 3206.2 ha area can be compared . Slowly closing the mengalai class changes in the form of addition of secondary forests dry land size 19.6 ha ( 0.61% ) , shrub size 14.0 ha ( 0.44 % ) , Agriculture plus tick size of 17.1 ha ( 0.53 % ) , Garden of 3.5 ha ( 0.11 % ) , and change the form of reductions in class extents occurred slowly closing the open land about the size of 54.2 ha ( 1.69 % ) . While that did not happen in the classroom changed slowly closing retreat and Transmigration .Monitoring of forest resources must continue to be done in support of sustainable forest planning pengelolaaan better and suitable provisions.
KONSERVASI TRADISIONAL BERBASIS KEARIFAN LOKAL MASYARAKAT TANI KABUPATEN PASER (Studi Kasus Desa Semuntai Kecamatan Long Ikis Kabupaten Paser) Yulianto, Eko Harri
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31293/af.v12i2.343

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Research objectives are : ( 1 ) to determine and assess some local knowledge ( indigenous knowledge ) which is owned by the farmer in the village of Long Ikis Semuntai Paser district on land management in everyday life , and ( 2 ) to assess the modernization paradigm and its impact on conservation traditional communities based on local knowledge .The experiment was conducted for 3 months in the village Semuntai , District Long Ikis , Paser . The stipulation determined purposively based on the consideration that the area is an area where there are many natives who know historically about darts local knowledge ( indigenous knowledge ) in the farming community Paser .This study uses descriptive qualitative approach . Descriptive method is used to describe the facts relevant to the issues under study as it is followed by rational interpretation . Data were collected from two sources , namely : ( 1 ) primary data obtained through in-depth interviewing techniques ( in- depht interviews ) , Focused Group Discussion ( Focus Group Discussion - FGD ) , and observation . While the secondary data obtained from the documents , reports , publications , and so on.Traditional conservation basically is aknowledge system that obtain from human interaction with the environment along all cultural aspects. This system became basis to decision-making and aseducation substabce in traditional community.  People of Paser Society (Orang Paser) is community that till recent some of their people remain implementing the traditional conservation, by developing the local wisdom system harmonize with the given culture norms. As the civilization development, this conservation tradition with local wisdom basis suffer degradation bacause of the modernization. 
STUDI TEGAKAN JENIS ULIN (Eusideroxylon zwageri Teijesm & Binnend) SEBAGAI SUMBER PENGHASIL BENIH DARI TEGAKAN BENIH TERSELEKSI DI KECAMATAN SAMBOJA KABUPATEN KUTAI KARTANEGARA PROVINSI KALIMANTAN TIMUR Heni Emawati, Yustinus Iriyanto, Zikri Azham
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31293/af.v12i2.355

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Research objectives: (1) to identify and select the location of seed stands as a potential source of seed ironwood in the Research Forest KHDTK Samboja with reference to No. Permenhut. P.72/Menhut-II/2009, (2) to determine the amount of parent ironwood trees in the prospective location of seed sources, including health conditions and dimensions (diameter and height of the tree), and (3) to map the identified ironwood seed stands and seed stands ironwood selectedThe study was conducted from April 2013 to July 2013 in Forest Area Special Purpose (KHDTK) Samboja Research Forest, East Kalimantan province. The selection of research methods ironwood identified seed stands and selected referring to No. Permenhut. P.72/Menhut-II/2009 on Amendment No. Permenhut. P.01/Menhut-II/2009 on the Implementation of Forest Plant Seed. While the data collected in the field is the position of the parent ironwood tree, tree dimensions (diameter and height), and the health of the tree (healthy, deformed roots, stem defects, defective canopy).The results based on studies in the field of seed stands of ironwood select locations identified in the Research Forest KHDTK Samboja area + / - 50 ha, located at Km 1.5 Samboja-Sepaku road axis. Grouping results based on tree diameter classes in the selected locations covering + / - 50 203 ha of ironwood trees identified as having the highest grade in the class diameter 28-35 cm diameter trees (51 trees or 25%), followed by further 44-51 cm diameter class (49 trees or 24%), and 60-67 cm diameter class (27 trees or 13%). While based on the individual's health condition grouping tree of 203 trees found there are 167 trees in good health (82%), tree with root defects there are 11 trees (5.4%), tree with disabilities tree trunk 13 (6%), and tree canopy with disabilities there are 12 trees (6%). The results also identify the existing 52 stem ironwood trees as a seed source in the Forest Research KHDTK Samboja. While the mother of 52 ironwood trees identified are then selected live 39 mother trees selected as a seed source ironwood in the Forest Research KHDTK Samboja.Based on these results it is the follow up management plans for selected seed stands ironwood this needs to be done by the Research Institute for Natural Resource Conservation Technology Samboja. Security activities of the threat of forest fires and illegal logging activities and research activities specifically related to phenology of flowering and fruiting period including produktifivitasnya mother plant is a major priority activities that need to be done going forward.
PENGARUH PUPUK DAUN GREEN-TAMA DAN ZPT ATONIK TERHADAP PERTUMBUHAN DAN HASIL TANAMAN TOMAT (Lycopersicum esculentum Mill) VARIETAS BERLIAN Marisi Napitupulu, Melani Febriantini, Akas Pinaringan Sujalu,
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31293/af.v12i2.350

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Objectives of the research were to study the effect of Green-Tama fertilizer and Atonik plant regulator, as well as their interaction on the growth and production of tomato; and to find proper dosage of Green-Tama fertilizer and proper consentration of Atonik plant regulator for better growth and production of tomato.The Completely Randomised Design was employed for this research with factorial 3 x 3 and 3 replications.  The first factor was Green-Tama fertilizer dosage (K), consisted of 3 sub factors: no Green-Tama fertilizer application (k0), 2 ml l-1 water (k1), and 3 ml l-1 water (k2). And the second factor was Atonik plant regulator concentration (P) that consisted of 3 sub-factors: no Atonik plant regulator application (p0), 1 ml l-1 water (p1, and 2 ml l-1 water (p2).Results of the research revealed that:1. The Green-Tama fertilizer affected very significantly on the plant height at 4 weeks after sowing, days of crop firstly flowered and weight per fruit, affected significantly on plant height at 6 weeks after sowing, and did not affect significantly on plant height at 8 weeks after sowing and number of fruit per crop;2. The Atonik plant regulator concentration affected very significantly on the plant height at 4, 6, and 8 weeks after sowing, days of crop firstly flowered, number of fruit per crop, and fruit weight per crop, and did not affect significantly on plant height at 2 weeks after sowing;  and3. The interaction between those two factors did not affect significantly on all parameters observed.

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