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Kondisi Lahan Tumbuhan Sagu di Desa Rumahkay Kecamatan Amalatu Kabupaten Seram Bagian Barat Provinsi Maluku
2017
Meilisa Nusawakan, Pieter Kunu, Marcus Luhukay

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Abstract

This study aims to map the condition of land where sago plant grows, to determine the suitability level of sago plant land and to describe the potential of sago and sago consumption patterns by the community. The method used in this research is survey method with distance observation free survey and pit profile observation type. The condition of the land where sago plants grow is quite good. The types of sago found are sagu tuni (Metroxylon rumphii Mart.), Sagu Ihur (Metroxylon sylvestre Mart.) And sagu molat (Metroxylon sagu Rottb.). The size of sago palm in Rumahkay Village is 55.5 Ha, the average number of cutting trees (MT) 24 trees / Ha / yr with average production of wet starch per tree sebesr 700 kg. Total dry starch production at the study site was 449.55 tons. The pattern of community consumption of sago 10 percent, the combination of sago, tuber and banana by 20 percent, the combination of sago, tubers, bananas and rice by 55 percent and rice 10 percent. Types of confectionery and food based sago starch consumed is papeda, sago plate, sinoli and karu-karu. Frequency and time to eat sago as main food and food complement of 65% is as much as 2 times in a day that is time of morning and afternoon. Then 3 times as much as 25% and once as much as 10%. In general, people who consume sago once a day is at breakfast or afternoon in the form of snacks (sago plate, sinoli, karu-karu).
Keywords: condition, land, sago
 

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