Duryat, Duryat and Santoso, Trio and Riniarti, Melya and Bintoro, Afif and Asmarahman, C. POTENSI PENGEMBANGAN AREN (Arenga pinnata) SEBAGAI SUMBER ENERGI TERBARUKAN DI TAMAN HUTAN RAYA WAN ABDURACHMAN PROVINSI LAMPUNG. Laporan Penelitian. (Submitted)

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Abstract

The Wan Abdurahman Forest Park, Lampung Province (Tahura WAR) is one of the pilot community forest (HKM) areas in Indonesia. In 1998 this area was made one of the pilot projects for implementing the HKM policy in the buffer zone of a protected area, with an area of ​​9,495 hectares. Climatically, topographically, and edapically, this area is a suitable place to grow as a place to grow sugar palm. Climatically, the average rainfall in the Tahura WAR area is 2,422 mm per year. The air temperature ranges from 24C-26C at an altitude of 300-1240 meters above sea level (Ministry of Forestry of the Republic of Indonesia, 2007). These growing conditions are ideal as habitats that require altitude requirements between 9 - 2000 m above sea level with rainfall of more than 1,200 mm a year. In edaphic, are grows well in growing places between latitudes 200 LU – 110 LS. This plant does not require special soil conditions and does not require intensive maintenance, can grow in clay, muddy and sandy soils (Palma Crop Research Center, 2010). The success of sugar palm cultivation in the Tahura WAR buffer zone will have a huge impact on the welfare of rural communities in particular. The existence of a protected forest area will also guarantee the availability of air for residents of Bandar Lampung City because Tahura WAR is the main source of drinking water for residents in this city. Bio-ethanol production from plants is expected to be a solution to fuel scarcity in Lampung Province and in Indonesia in general. The success of sugar palm cultivation in conservation areas is expected to provide motivation and an example for integrating economic and ecological interests in the management of forest areas in Indonesia and the Southeast Asia Region in general. The success of increasing carbon sequestration through sugar palm cultivation, as well as the use of environmentally friendly bio-ethanol fuel will reduce the impact of global warming and improve the quality of the environment for the entire world community.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: S Agriculture > SD Forestry
Divisions: Fakultas Pertanian (FP) > Prodi Kehutanan
Depositing User: trio santoso
Date Deposited: 06 Nov 2021 14:01
Last Modified: 06 Nov 2021 14:01
URI: http://repository.lppm.unila.ac.id/id/eprint/35348

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