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Research Reports
Posted: 18 Feb 2014
The Assessment of Health Status of Paraserianthes falcataria Community Forest in Monoculture Planting System at Lampung Province Using Fhm Technique (2013)
by: R. Safe’i, Supriyanto, Hardjanto, L. Sundawati

Until  now  there  has  been  no  information  describing  the current  condition  (status)  of community forest health, especially  of  sengon  (Paraserianthes  falcatria)  community  forests  in monoculture planting system at  Lampung Province. In fact, information  healthy  community forest conditions  and  the  changes  are  absolutely  required  by  the  managers  (owners&n...

Posted: 18 Feb 2014
Screening and Viability Monitoring the Heterotrophic Microbes for Application in Bioflocs-Based Superintensive Fish Farming System (2013)
by: M. Yuhana, Widanarni

In superintensive fish farming system, the accumulation of toxic compounds (Nitrogen wastes) such as ammonia and nitrite, often cause the degradation of water quality. The heterotrophic microbes are capable of removing the accumulated N wastes and coverting it into their cells biomass; by addition of organic C sources. This study aimed to obtain local strain heterotrophic microbes with the potential to be applied in bioflocs-based superintensive fish farming.

In this study, screening of the potential heterotrophic microbes was...

Posted: 18 Feb 2014
Why Local Government Fail to Conserve Forest Resources?: A Gap Analysis of Fiscal Policy in Forestry Sector (2013)
by: F. Nurfatriani, D. Darusman, D. R. Nurrochmat, A. E. Yustika, Z. Muttaqin

The design of fiscal policy is expected to be structured as green design incentives for the parties especially the local government to conserve forest areas, especially in some districts in Indonesia which still havesignificant forest area. However, although some fical policies in Indonesian forestry sector are aimed atsupporting forest conservation, evidence shows that there is an increasing rate of deforestation and forest degradation. It is believed that there is some problems in the implementation of fiscal policies in forestry secto...

Posted: 18 Feb 2014
Screening of Essential Oil Amended Coatings to Minimize Damage on Mango for Export Commodity Due to Colletotrichum gloeosporioides and Lasiodiplodia theobromae Attacks (2013)
by: M. M. Novianti, D. Dewantara, R. Rosita*, H. Affandi

The aim of this study was to evaluate the fungicidal effect of the clove, lemon, betel leaves, garlic, galangal and thyme leaves essential oils studies against C. gloeosporioides  and  L. theobromae, and to determine the possibility of incorporating them in coatings to control postharvest diseases of mangoes gedong gincu and arumanis as export commodities.  For in vitro studies, essential oils were tested to evaluate their effect on mycelial growth of  C. gloeosporioides  and L. theo...

Posted: 18 Feb 2014
Characterization of Jatropha Fruit Hulls as Particle Board Material (2013)
by: A. H. Iswanto, F. Febrianto, Y. S. Hadi, S. Ruhendi, D. Hermawan

Jatropha fruit hulls (JFH) is potential material for using as raw material in particleboard manufacturing. Limitations of the baseline data about characteristics and indicators of JFH caused of these research was conducted. These research comprised of JFH material analysis and urea  formaldehyde (UF) resin analysis. JFH analysis included of acidity, chemical component, chemical compound, and wettability. Furthermore, UF resin analysis included of resin solid content, viscosity, and gelatine  time. The result showed that JFH had...

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