POTENSI HUTAN SAGU RAKYAT DI SERAM BARAT, PROPINSI MALUKU

Boen M Pumama, Subandi At, Hendro Prahasto

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 Sago, one of  some carbohydrate sources  which  has a great potential as food  stock,  grows  naturally  and distribute through out  Indonesian  archipelago,  Maluku is one  of  several  areas having  sago forest.

The study  on sago forest  at West Seram in 1979,  showed that the number of  mature  trees per hectare  was 17 trees, consisted  of  several sago species  namely  tuni,  molat and makanaru.  The sago production per  tree was 419.9  kg of  wet sago or 292,5 kg  of dried  sago.

 


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carbohydrate;production;potential;forest

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Anonimous. 1979. Laporan Survey Sagu di Propinsi Maluku (Rekapitulasi Data). Dinas Pertanian Propinsi Maluku, Ambon.

Anonimous. 1979. Laporan Perusahaan Daerah (PD) Pradja Karya Unit Perkebunan Sagu Lokki. Ambon.

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Pitries, D. 1966. Sebuah Studi Mengenai Sagu (Metroxylon spp) di Maluku, khususnya Pulau Seram. Skripsi Fakultas Kehutanan IPB (tidak dipublikasikan), Bogor.

Prahasto, H. dan kawan-kawan. 1980. Aspek Ekonomis Pengusahaan sagu di Riau (belum dipublikasikan). Laporan BPHH, Bogor.




DOI: https://doi.org/10.20886/jphh.1984.1.3.9-14

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