PKM Budidaya Tanaman Sehat Di Desa Fatuulan Kecamatan Kie, Kabupaten Timor Tengah Selatan

  • Agnes V. Simamora Universitas Nusa Cendana
  • Mayavira V. Hahuly Universitas Nusa Cendana
  • Petronella S. Nenotek Universitas Nusa Cendana
  • Agustina Etin Nahas Universitas Nusa Cendana
  • Jordan K. Nomleni Universitas Nusa Cendana
  • Priskila A. Nenobais Universitas Nusa Cendana
Keywords: PKM, Pupuk trichompos, Desa Fatuulan

Abstract

Abstrak

 

Penduduk Desa Fatulan umumnya bermata pencarian sebagai petani tanaman pangan dan hortikultura.  Hasil pertaniannya adalah  kentang, bawang putih , bawang merah, kacang merah, wortel, jeruk keprok Soe dan aneka sayuran seperti sawi dan kacang panjang. Potensi alam tersebut sangat mendukung perkembangan sektor pertanian dan industri wisata dalam meningkatkan pendapatan masyarakat.

Hasil pertanian dijual ke pasar-pasar tradisional di sekitar Kabupaten Timor Tengah Selatan (TTS).  Fatuulan adalah  pemasok utama komoditi hortikutura terutama kentang lokal, bawang merah dan kacang merah.  Tetapi, produksi pertanian  tersebut masih tergolongi rendah karena umumnya pengetahuan dan keterampilan petani dalam kegiatan  budidaya tanaman masih rendah seperti rendahnya pengetahuan petani tentang pupuk dan pemupukan, serta pengendalian  hama dan patogen tanaman.

Masalah-masalah utama yang dihadapi mitra adalah: (a) belum mengetahui dan memanfaatkan pupuk organik serta mengandalkan penggunaan pupuk sintetis, (b) belum mengetahui tentang hama dan patogen yang menyerang tanaman, dampak negatifnya, dan teknik pengendalian hama dan patogen.  Tujuan pelaksanaan Program Kemitraan Masyarakat (PKM)  ini adalah untuk memberikan edukasi dan alih teknologi metode budidaya tanaman sehat dengan aplikasi pupuk organik trikokompos, pemanfaatan metil eugenol sebagai pemerangkap lalat buah, dan aplikasi pestisida nabati dalam pengelolaan hama dan penyakit tanaman. Melalui kegiatan ini diharapkan pengetahuan dan keterampilan petani dalam budidaya tanaman sehat dapat meningkat.

 

Kata Kunci: Desa Fatuulan, PKM,  pupuk trichokompos.

 

ABSTRACT

 

The residents of Fatulan Village generally make a living as farmers of food crops and horticulture. Fatuulan's agricultural products are local potatoes, local garlic, shallots, red beans, carrots, Soe tangerines, and various vegetables such as mustard greens and long beans. This natural potential dramatically supports the development of the agricultural sector and the tourism industry, increasing village income and the community's economy.

Agricultural products obtained are sold to traditional markets around Timor Tengah Selatan Regency (TTS), and Fatuulan is the leading supplier of horticultural commodities, especially local potatoes, shallots, and red beans. However, agricultural production is still relatively low. In general, the knowledge and skills of farmers in plant cultivation activities are still low, such as the insufficient knowledge of farmers about fertilizers and fertilization and the absence of pest and pathogen control.

The main problems faced by partners are: (a) not knowing and utilizing organic fertilizers and relying on synthetic fertilizers, (b) not knowing about pests and pathogens that attack plants, their negative impacts, and pest and pathogen control techniques. This PKM activity aims to provide education and transfer technology to healthy plant cultivation methods using trichocompost organic fertilizer application, utilization of methyl eugenol as a fruit fly trap, and application of botanical pesticides to manage pests and plant diseases. This activity is expected to increase the knowledge and skills of farmers in plant cultivation and pest control on their farms.

 

Keywords: Fatuulan Village, PKM, trichocompost fertilizer.

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Published
2022-08-26
How to Cite
Simamora, A., Hahuly, M., Nenotek, P., Nahas, A., Nomleni, J., & Nenobais, P. (2022). PKM Budidaya Tanaman Sehat Di Desa Fatuulan Kecamatan Kie, Kabupaten Timor Tengah Selatan. Jurnal Pengabdian Kepada Masyarakat Undana, 16(1), 1-9. Retrieved from https://ejurnal.undana.ac.id/index.php/jlppm/article/view/8074

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