The integration model of sweet potato-pigs in the Papua highlands

Show simple item record Soplanit, Alberth Tirajoh, Siska Tiro, Batseba MW Dominanto, Ghalih P. Rumbarar, Merlin K.
dc.contributor.other IOP en_US 2022-03-14T06:25:34Z 2022-03-14T06:25:34Z 2021-01-01
dc.identifier.other 10.1088/1755-1315/807/4/042018
dc.description.abstract Sweet potato-pigs integration system (hipere-wam) is a model that farmer can apply to maintain production in highland area. The aim of this study is to produce a specific location model of sweet potato-pigs integration technology in the sweet potato center area. The results of the study show that sweet potato production during the four months of the assessment with the wet tuber weight for Musan cultivar was 0.90 kg/ plant or 21.67 t/ha and Cangkuang cultivar was 1.06 kg/plant or 25.47 t/ha, respectively. Biomass production was 0.84 kg/plant or 20.24 t/ha for Musan cultivar and 0.76 kg/plant or 18.31 t/ha for Cangkuang cultivar, respectively. The increase in the body weight of introduced pigs was 157 g/head/day, compared to the farmer's which was of 50 g/head/day. Based on the calculation of the level of consumption of pigs during the assessment, it shows that the average feed requirement from sweet potato was 1.5 kg /head/day or 180 kg /head /4 months or 2.880 kg/16 heads/4 months. The calculation of organic fertilizer from wet livestock manure for four months of maintenance was 480 kg or 30.0 kg/head or 0.30 kg/head/day. If it is assumed that 0.065-0.066 hectare land contains 1.733-1.760 plants, the contribution of organic fertilizer from pig manure to sweet potato plants is 130 - 140 g/plant/4 months. en_US
dc.language.iso en_US en_US
dc.publisher IOP Publishing en_US
dc.relation.ispartofseries Earth and Endvirontmental Science;
dc.subject Research Subject Categories::A Agriculture/Pertanian::A50 Agricultural research/Penelitian Pertanian en_US
dc.title The integration model of sweet potato-pigs in the Papua highlands en_US
dc.type Article en_US

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