Empowerment of Farmer Groups through Vegetable Verticulture and Manufacture of Liquid Organic Fertilizer
Keywords:farmer group, training, viticulture, liquid organic fertilizer
AbstractUrban farmer groups have limited yards. Vegetable cultivation can be conducted using a viticulture system because it can utilize limited land in urban areas. 10% of yards in urban areas have been planted, but 90% of the land is still not planted. The existence of farmer groups can provide an example in managing home yards, and the products produced can increase income. Meanwhile, the skills and knowledge of farmer group members regarding viticulture and organic fertilizer production are still low. One of the ways to improve skills and knowledge is through training. This study aims to improve the skills and knowledge of farmers in the cultivation of vegetable viticulture and the manufacture of liquid organic fertilizers. The method used is the descriptive method, which is to perform descriptive analysis to describe the concept of increasing skills and knowledge of farmers. The results of the training are organic vegetable products and liquid organic fertilizers. This research will provide a conceptual framework for farmer groups in applying viticulture technology and making liquid organic fertilizers on limited land.
Andrianyta, H. & Mardiharini. (2015). Area-Based Social Economy of Yard in Rural and Three Urban Provinces in Indonesia. Journal of the Assessment and Development of Agricultural Technology, 18 (3), 225-236.
Hasyim, M., M. Mirajuddin. (, 2013). Assistance in Making Verticulture Media for Planting Medicinal Plants in Maximizing Home Yards. 2013 Community Service Series Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, 2 (2), 82-87.
Lukman, F. (2017). Vegetable Cultivation Technology in Viticulture. Vegetable Crops Research Institute. Lembang.
Mangkunegara, Prabu. (2009). Company’s Human Resource Management. Bandung: PT Remaja Rosdakarya.
Mardikanto, T., & Soebianto, P. (2013). Community Empowerment in Public Policy Perspective. Bandung: Alfabeta.
Mariyam, S., T. Rahayu, & Budiwati. (, 2014). Implementation of Eco-Education in Urban Schools through Organic Horticulture Plant Viticulture. Inotek. 18 (1), 28-38.
Mutryarny, E., Endriani & SU Lestari. (, 2014). Utilization of Rabbit Urine to Increase Growth and Production of (Brassica Juncea L) Varieties Tosakan. Agricultural Scientific Journal, 11 (2), 23-34
Muttaqin, Z., & I. Sari. (, 2017). Crying Nanosociopreneur: Sustainable Green Business Thinking Design in Sayang Village, Jatinangor District. Dharmakarya: Journal of applications for Community Science and Technology, 6 (3), 254-257.
Nurmawati & S. Kadarwati. (, 2016). Pipe Media Verticulture as an Effort to Fulfill Food Independence in the Peri-Urban Area of Semarang City. Journal of Science Education, University of Muhammadiyah Semarang. 4 (2), 10-15.
Nurrohman WM, A Suryono & K. Puji. (, 2014). The use of fermented Paitan (Tithonia diversifolia L) extract and liquid rabbit manure as a source of nutrients in the hydroponic cultivation of mustard greens (Brassica juncea L.). J. Plant Production, 2 (8), 649-657
Nuryanti, S. & D. K.S. Swastika. Roles of Farmers Groups in Agricultural Technology Adoption. Forum Penelitian Agro Ekonomi, 29 (2), 115 – 128.
Paramita, B. & Suparta, W. (2019). Alteration of Urban Microclimate in Bandung, Indonesia Based on Urban Morphology. Geographia Technica, 14, Special Issue, 213-220. DOI: 10.21163 / GT_2019. 141.35.
Rauf, A., Rahmawaty & D. Budiarti. (, 2013). Integrated Farming System in Home Yard Supports Sustainable and Environmentally Friendly Food Security. Online Journal of Tropical Agriculture Post-graduate USU FP, 1 (1), 1-8.
Rosdiana. (, 2015). Growth of Pakcoy Plants after Giving Rabbit Urine Fertilizer. Journal of Mathematics, Saint, and Technology, 16 (1), 1-9.
Sadjad, S. 2010. Kelompok Tani, Apa Lanjutannya?. http://www.sinartani.com/ agri-wacana/kelompok-tani-apalanjutannya-1234154859.htm. Downloaded: 6 Oktober 2020.
Yosandy, DSO, M. Baskara & N. Herlina. (, 2018). Effect of Planting Media on the Verticulture System on Growth and Yield of Red Spinach Plants (Amaranthus tricolor L.). Journal of Crop Production, 6 (2), 210-216.
1. Author and Manuscript
- The author whose name appear in the above statement is declaring that he/she is the author of the stated manuscript
- All of the authors, if any, has already aware of this agreement and give consent for the mentioned name to act on their behalf
- The author stated that the manuscript is original and has never been published elsewhere.
- The author has obtained permissions from other contributors, if any
- The author has specifically mentioned and cited all external materials properly
- Note: External materials refers to any material, writings, figures, tables, illustrations, or any other materials which is not being produced, made, or patented by the author
- The author holds the sole responsible should there are any mistyping; unclear citation and holds responsible should there are any inappropriate manners such as unlawful, breaches, obscene, or any other reasons which are not aligned with the law and norm.
3. Deliverable of Manuscript and Other Materials
- The Contributor/Author shall deliver their manuscript using the provided and acceptable format (doc. Or docx) in the assigned date as well as author copyright document signed.
- Inability delivering the manuscript in the stated date and format will affecting the publication process thus, The Publisher have the rights to reject the manuscript and terminate the letter of acceptance or letter of offerings
- Author is responsible to deliver the manuscript using the provided format. Note: All of the figures, tables, illustrations, or any other materials that will be inserted in the manuscript need to be in high quality
- Should the author decided to alter the manuscript format, the fee will be charged and bore by authors
The Author give “Yayasan Sinergi Riset dan Edukasi” (here forth known as RSF Press) the unlimited right to publish the contribution identified above, without any restraints, in any form, at any time, directly or through others, to reproduce, transmit, archive, lease/lend, sell and distribute the contribution or parts thereof individually or together with other works in any language, revision and version (digital and hard), including reprints, translations, photographic reproductions, microform, audiograms, videograms, electronic form (offline, online), or any other reproductions of similar nature, including publication in the aforementioned book or any other book, as well as, the usage for advertising purposes. RSF Press will ensure that the Author’s name(s) is/are always clearly associated with the manuscript, and the publishers will not make any substantial change to the manuscript without consulting the author and ask for their consent. RSF Press is also entitled to carry out editorial changes in the contribution with the sole purpose of enhancing the overall organization and form of the contribution.
The Author retains the rights to publish the contribution in his/her own web site and thesis, in his/her employer’s web site and to publish a similar or revised version elsewhere, as long as it is clearly stated that the contribution was presented first RSF Press and the corresponding DOI is associated with the contribution.