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Diah Budiati, Umi Barokah

The cropping system in rice cultivation is very influential on the components of cultivation and crop production. This influence occurs in light capture for photosynthesis, plant water requirements, nutrient absorption by roots, space availability which determines weed competition with plants, and microclimate under the canopy which affects the development of pests and plant diseases. The jajar legowo planting system gave better yields on the number of tillers, weight of grain per tonne and index of increasing the number of leaves. Another obstacle in Grenggeng Village, Karanganyar District, is the lack of information about new superior varieties of rice and the jajar legowo planting system to farmers so that farmers still plant Ciherang and IR64. For these problems, a solution is needed so that the rice production of farmers in Grenggeng Village, Karanganyar District can increase, namely by introducing new high-yielding varieties of rice by testing the performance of new high-yielding varieties of rice and planting with the jajar legowo planting system. The research was carried out in Grenggeng Village, Karanganyar District, Kebumen Regency from October 2020 to March 2021. A total of seven new high yielding varieties of lowland rice and three farmers' favorite comparison varieties, namely Ciherang, Mekongga, and IR64 were tested in this study. Planting was carried out by transplanting using 25 Days After Sowing (HSS) seeds as much as 1 seed/planting hole with a 4:1 row legowo planting system with a spacing of 25 cm x 12.5 cm x 50 cm on a plot measuring 8 m x 5 m. The study was arranged using a Completely Randomized Block Design with four replications. Keywords: new, rice, system, variety
Ulin Nuha, Dhoni Kusuma, Rennanti Lunnadiyah Aprilia, Aulia Rahmawati

Corn as a commodity whose use is increasingly widespread today, namely as a direct food ingredient, animal feed and industrial raw material makes this commodity the 2nd commodity whose crop development and expansion has increased sharply in the last 10 years. The aims of this study were: (1) to find out the Pulut hybrids which have better morphological and agronomic characters than the comparison varieties, Pulut URI 1 and URI 2 Pulut varieties. Pulut URI 2 at the Banjarnegara rice field location. This research was conducted using a Randomized Completed Block Design, with 3 replications. If there is a difference in the mean value of the variety in the F test, it is continued with the Least significance different (LSD) test at the 5% significance level. Based on the results of the study, it was concluded that the application of foliar fertilizers did not have a significant effect on the observed variables including plant height, stem diameter, number of leaves, total leaf area, root dry weight and shoot dry weight. Keywords: Corn pulut, Fertilizer, Production
Riski Utomo, Umi Barokah, Aulia Rahmawati

This study aims to determine (1) the amount of income and income of farmers in the cultivation of corn during one growing season, (2) the amount of R/C of corn business in one growing season. This is done because many farmers have not done farming analysis to find out the profit or loss of corn cultivation starting from the cost of cultivation support equipment, the cost of production facilities, and the cost of the required labor. Farmers in Bocor Village, Buluspeseantren Sub-district, Kebumen Regency, especially in upland areas are able to plant two planting seasons in one year. Moreover, in recent years the selling price of dry shelled corn has been able to penetrate the price of 5000/kg. This research was conducted by interview method directly to one corn farmer. This interview was conducted with the aim of obtaining real data about the costs needed by farmers to cultivate corn in one growing season. The results of this study indicate that the total cost for one planting season is Rp. 20,445,002, - for revenue of Rp. 39,150,000, - so that the income value is Rp. 18,704,978. The amount of R/C in corn farming once a planting season per hectare is 1.91, meaning that for every Rp. 1,- the costs incurred will receive an income of Rp. 1.91,- and an income of Rp. 0.91.-. The analysis of the corn cultivation business shows that the farming is profitable and feasible because the R/C > 1 is 1.91. Keywords: Cultivation, Corn, Capital
Umi Barokah, Daenuri

Rice is a staple food for most Indonesian people. The size of rice consumption (consumer acceptance of rice) is determined by the quality of the rice produced. The fluffier the rice produced tends to be more in demand by the public. Organoleptic tests using panelists (tasters) are often used in assessing the quality of various types of food. The approach with organoleptic assessment is considered the most practical and less costly. The purpose of this study was to determine consumer preferences for several new superior varieties of lowland rice through organoleptic tests of rice and rice. The organoleptic test was carried out at Ma'arif Nahdlatul Ulama University Kebumen on December 18, 2020. The materials tested in the organoleptic test of rice and rice were eleven varieties of rice harvested from the adaptation test of new high yielding varieties of lowland rice based on the application of integrated technology in Karangsambung District, Kebumen Regency. The eleven new rice varieties used were Inpari 30, Inpari 32, Inpari 33, Inpari 42, Inpari 43, Inpari 44, Siliwangi, Padjajaran, Cakrabuana, Ciherang and IR 64. Panelists as respondents were given samples of rice and rice, then given the opportunity to see, smell, hold, smell and taste (especially rice) and then gave an assessment. The results of the assessment are recapitulated and presented in the form of tables and graphs for further descriptive analysis. The conclusion that can be drawn after the organoleptic test is known that Inpari 33 Rice is the most preferred variety by the panelists because it is shiny, long in shape and has the best ranking. For rice, the panelists preferred the Siliwangi variety because in terms of aroma, it was slightly fragrant, fluffier, had the best ranking and the highest hedonic test score. Keywords: variety, superior, new, rice
Nurlaila Fatmawati

Deres coconut is a plantation commodity that is widely cultivated in Purworejo Regency. Deres coconut produces sap which is a raw material in the manufacture of ant/crystal sugar and molded sugar. The research was conducted in Loano and Kaligesing sub-districts, Purworejo district. In general, the purpose of this study is to determine the feasibility level of coconut sugar crushing business including production costs, revenues, income, profits, Break Even Point (BEP) and Revenue/Cost Ratio (R/C). The method used in this study is a survey which was analyzed descriptively. The selection of research locations was carried out by purposive sampling. The research sample was taken by disproportionate stratified random sampling on 30 respondents, by analyzing secondary data and primary data. Primary data retrieval from respondents was carried out by means of interviews and questionnaires. While secondary data obtained from records found from agencies related to the research. The results of the study showed that the search for business includes production costs of Rp. 7,023,054.17/5 months, revenues of Rp. 8,314,595.53/5 months, income of Rp. 6,906,145,53/5 months, profits of Rp. 1,291,541.36/5 months, BEP for ant/crystal sugar production is not feasible, BEP ant sugar/crystal production is not feasible and BEP price for ant/crystal sugar is not feasible, BEP price for ant/crystal sugar is not feasible, R/C ratio 1.18 (worthy). Keywords: feasibility, coconut sugar grinder, molded sugar, ant/crystal sugar
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