AEJSA Volume 14, Number 2: May-August, 2020


Existence of Five Paddy Gogo Varieties in Three Sub-Optimal Agroecosystem Zones in Jayawijaya Regency

Anti Uni Mahanani, Sumiyati Tuhuteru, Totok Agung Dwi Haryanto , Muhammad Rif’an

ABSTRACT: Paddy gogo is a paddy planted on land without waterlogging. The research had been conducted in January-May 2019 at three agroecosystem zones in Jayawijaya Regency. Five paddy gogo varieties tested showed a varied response in growth and yield in three agroecosystem zones. The best growth performance was shown by local varieties of Wamena (Moai) for the three agroecosystem zones of plant height parameters, namely in the Walelagama District observations of 2 MST (6.29 cm) and 4 MST (35.28 cm). Then, it continued with INPAGO INPARI 28 variety on 6 MST (79.01 cm). The same thing was shown in the Kurulu District, namely, the INPAGO INPARI 28 variety showed the highest average plant height at 6 MST observations (74.73 cm). Furthermore, in the Kurulu District, observations of plant height were significantly affected by the local varieties of Wamena (Moai) on observations of 4 MST (43.76 cm) and 6 MST (83.66 cm). The parameter number of leaves significantly affected in Walegama District by INPAGO 9 variety (3.44 strands) on the observation of 2 MST. Whereas in Sogokmo District, INPAGO Unsoed 1 varieties observed 4 MST (40.88 strands) and 6 MST (60.33 strands). For plant production parameters showed a significant effect on Walelagama and Sogokmo Districts by INPAGO INPARI 28 varieties (10.62 tons.ha-1 and 3.53 tons.ha-1) with the highest harvest index in Walelagama District indicated by INPAGO Unsoed Parimas varieties (52.26 %), whereas in Sogokmo District it was shown by INPAGO INPARI 28 (65.69 %). Then, in the Kurulu District, it was shown by INPAGO 9 variety (2.92 tons.ha-1) with the highest harvest index indicated by INPAGO Unsoed 1 variety (50.11 %) and the weight of 1000 seeds indicated by INPAGO INPARI 28 variety (28.41 gr).

[ FULL TEXT PDF 1-10 ] DOI: 10.22587/aejsa.2020.14.2.1


Evaluation of sustainable agriculture in Hungary

Ola Al Jaafreh, Imre Nagy

ABSTRACT: Sustainable agriculture is the necessary means to achieve comprehensive development because it is an important source for improving agricultural production by quantity and quality in conjunction with maintaining the natural resource base and developing the farmer's awareness in environmental and social issues to achieve the main goal of maximizing the contribution of the agricultural sector to the GDP. The efficiency, impact and real existence of sustainable agriculture are examined by identifying economic, environmental and social indicators on some components of these dimensions. This paper further intends to prove the strong relationship between the indicators of sustainable agriculture and the influences on food exports, with the use of Principal Component Analysis (PCA).

[ FULL TEXT PDF 11-22 ] DOI: 10.22587/aejsa.2020.14.2.2


Stevia a bio sweetener scope in the European Union as a commercial product

Tariq Ismail, Zsolt Ponya, Ayesha Mushtaq, Ayeesha Masood

ABSTRACT: Stevia acknowledged as a sweet herb of Paraguay, and it belongs to the family Asteria, the stevia is recognized for the sweetness which is 100-300 instances sweeter than sucrose, Europe has a big demand potential for this herbal sweetener due to the fact of growing diabetic and obese population and by and large, consume sugar in food and liquids in this article an effort is made to talk about the plant profile and to discuss and to bring together information on safety issues and approval made through the European Union to use stevia glycoside in food merchandise produce and consumed within EU countries

[ FULL TEXT PDF 23-26 ] DOI: 10.22587/aejsa.2020.14.2.3


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