JURNAL KASTARA https://journal.untidar.ac.id/index.php/kastara <p>KASTARA is community service activities related to agricultural product technology, agricultural engineering, agricultural industrial technology, nutrition and public health, pharmacy, biology, climatology, agroecotechnology, soil science, agricultural cultivation, plant protection, medicine , family and consumers, livestock, fisheries, forestry, conservation, environment, socio-economics, engineering, and entrepreneurship</p> en-US jurnalkastara@untidar.ac.id (Jurnal KASTARA) ekanurjannah@untidar.ac.id (Eka Nur Jannah) Sun, 23 Jun 2024 08:34:33 +0000 OJS http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss 60 PEMANFAATAN SUMBER DAYA LINGKUNGAN EKSISTING UNTUK PENGEMBANGAN POTENSI WILAYAH SEKITAR KAMPUS https://journal.untidar.ac.id/index.php/kastara/article/view/1417 <p>Beringin Raya Village's position, near the Bengkulu University campus and directly adjacent to Central Bengkulu Regency, should allow it to flourish as a satellite area. This location has the potential to become a new hub of activity, serving as a gateway between Bengkulu City and its neighboring districts. However, the development of the area surrounding the school in Beringin Raya Village is slower than that of neighboring villages nearby. The restrictions of regional expansion in the Beringin Raya sub-district resulted in the formation of spaces between residential settlements with a high potential for agricultural, livestock, and home industry development. The agricultural and livestock sectors are not the primary economic drivers in the Beringin Raya sub-district. The realities on the ground demonstrate that some individuals earn a living as farmers, particularly vegetable and horticulture growers who work in settlements. Identification of surrounding environmental resources in Beringin Raya Village is the first step toward understanding the potential problems, possibilities, and risks that will arise in the area. Field observations and conversations with community leaders are part of the data collection process. The next stage following identification is to establish priorities. The development of the area surrounding the Bengkulu University campus is a difficult task that necessitates a collaborative approach. Various variables are interconnected and impact one another in attempts to solve existing problems. The study programs of Bengkulu University play a vital role in contributing ideas, research, devotion, and solutions to help overcome or decrease current difficulties. Collaboration with the government, stakeholders, and local communities is essential for developing and executing effective policies.</p> Ayub Sugara, Muhammad Nur Dita Nugroho, Amir Husaini Karim Amrullah Copyright (c) 2024 JURNAL KASTARA https://journal.untidar.ac.id/index.php/kastara/article/view/1417 Sat, 22 Jun 2024 00:00:00 +0000 PEMBENTUKAN SANGGAR TANI MUDA MELALUI PENGOLAHAN PISANG SABA Musa paradisiaca DI KALURAHAN SERUT https://journal.untidar.ac.id/index.php/kastara/article/view/1477 <p>Serut Village is one of the villages located in Gunungkidul, with the potential for extensive terraced agricultural land. One commodity that can thrive is the saba banana (Musa paradisiaca forma). Serut Village has a Farmers' Group (POKTAN) spread across 7 hamlets that are not yet integrated. The number of members aged 35 and over is still quite low because it is related to knowledge. This is due to the lack of interest of young people in the world of agriculture, which is considered unpromising, so the youth farmer studio program is a solution. This activity aims to cadre and train young people to become strong and independent millennial farmers, using several methods such as outreach, field schools, and training. The young farmers' studio in Serut Village focuses on developing agricultural technology and producing processed Saba bananas as a superior food product. To plan the implementation and sustainability process of the Ormawa HMPS Physics PPK program, we use methods such as field orientation, focus group discussions, training, mentoring, and evaluation with policymakers. The goal is to increase soft skills.</p> Tholibah Mujtahidah, Pramesti, Dhita, Amelia, Riswanda Copyright (c) 2024 JURNAL KASTARA https://journal.untidar.ac.id/index.php/kastara/article/view/1477 Sun, 23 Jun 2024 00:00:00 +0000 SOSIALISASI PENERAPAN CARA PEMBENIHAN IKAN YANG BAIK (CPIB) DAN VAKSINASI PADA KOMODITAS IKAN NILA DI KAMPUNG NILA KAWALI, CIAMIS https://journal.untidar.ac.id/index.php/kastara/article/view/1479 <p>The application of Good Fish Seedling Practices (GFSP) is critical, as proper broodstock management has a direct impact on enhanced fish output. Furthermore, inoculation with the Triptovac-22 vaccine, created by Marine and Fisheries Polytechnic of Karawang Polytechnic, is used to protect broodstock and produce disease-resistant progeny. This effort intends to: (1) adopt standardized immunization techniques; (2) examine the issues faced by fish farmers during GSFP implementation; and (3) increase tilapia farmers' production and income. The activity produced positive outcomes, including: (1) interactive discussions with tilapia farmers on adhering to GSFP standards in their aquaculture practices; (2) knowledge transfer on fish vaccination to the community; (3) fostering an understanding within the Fish Farmers Group on the importance of fish vaccination; and (4) identifying the lack of public awareness regarding hygienic water.</p> Catur Pramono Adi Copyright (c) 2024 JURNAL KASTARA https://journal.untidar.ac.id/index.php/kastara/article/view/1479 Sun, 23 Jun 2024 00:00:00 +0000 PEMANFAATAN BIJI KEDAWUNG (Parkia timoriana) SEBAGAI PRODUK PANGAN FUNGSIONAL DESA CURAHNONGKO, JEMBER https://journal.untidar.ac.id/index.php/kastara/article/view/1558 <p>The use of kedawung seed (Parkia timoriana) in Curahnongko Village, Tempurejo District, Jember Regency, is relatively low due to a lack of available foods containing kedawung seed. One possible option is to include kedawung seed as an ingredient in desserts like brownies. The program to use kedawung seeds as functional food is carried out in four stages: a) development of the TOGA Conservation Group; b) socialization; c) traditional socialization and demonstration program; and d) monitoring and evaluation. This program has improved TOGA Conservation Group's understanding, skill, and ability to use kedawung seed as an extra ingredient in brownies.</p> Haddaf Abror, Camelia Firdausy, M. Ghifari Abdllah, Dian Agung Pangaribowo, Muhammad Iqbal Copyright (c) 2024 JURNAL KASTARA https://journal.untidar.ac.id/index.php/kastara/article/view/1558 Sun, 23 Jun 2024 00:00:00 +0000 SEKOLAH PEREMPUAN PERKEBUNAN BERBASIS POTENSI ALAM UNTUK MENGEMBANGKAN LIFE-SKILL MASYARAKAT DESA HARJOMULYO https://journal.untidar.ac.id/index.php/kastara/article/view/1559 <p>Harjomulyo Village, located in Jember district, covers 38.44 km2 and is 700 meters above sea level. Given its geographical location, Harjomulyo has promise in the agricultural and plantation sectors, which is aided by the presence of wadung plantations that surround the majority of the communities. Despite this promise, the author believes that some issues, particularly those concerning education, life skills, and economics, require further discussion. Based on the problem identification, the remedy was bundled into the "Sekolah Perempuan Perkebunan" program. The purpose of this program is to create a platform for women in Harjomulyo Village to improve their reading ability, life skills, and capacity to manage and improve the quality of their families. The implementation process is separated into three stages: preparation and recognition of potential, challenges, and community needs; training and provision; and measurement and evaluation. The program's results include improved living skills such as making eco-prints, aromatherapy candles, and banana leaf purses. The initiative concludes with the establishment of a "Sekolah Perempuan Perkebunan," which will help Harjomulyo Village residents enhance their life skills.</p> Supeno, Alifiah Putri, Gloria Sagita Harimisa, Aisyah Emelia Ismawati, Zulfa Nishom Fahmi Copyright (c) 2024 JURNAL KASTARA https://journal.untidar.ac.id/index.php/kastara/article/view/1559 Sun, 23 Jun 2024 00:00:00 +0000