Pelatihan Pembuatan Limbah Kotoran Ternak Menjadi Pupuk Kompos/Organik Pada Kelompok Tani- Ternak Aqiqah Desa Sidingkat Kec. Padang Bolak, Kab. Padang Lawas Utara.

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  • Risna Maya Sari Program Studi Agroteknologi, Fakultas Pertanian, Institut Teknologi dan Sains Padang Lawas Utara
  • Raja Aminuddin Siregar Program Studi Agroteknologi, Fakultas Pertanian, Institut Teknologi dan Sains Padang Lawas Utara
  • Siti Yuli Meilanda Sormin Program Studi Agroteknologi, Fakultas Pertanian, Institut Teknologi dan Sains Padang Lawas Utara
  • Akhir Abadi Tanjung Program Studi Agroteknologi, Fakultas Pertanian, Institut Teknologi dan Sains Padang Lawas Utara

Keywords:

Cattle Manure, Compost, Farmers, Fertilizer, Organic

Abstract

Applying fertilizer during the cultivation period is a must. Plants need adequate and available nutrients in order to support their vegetative and generative growth. In general, fertilizers are divided into two groups, namely: chemical fertilizers and organic fertilizers. This service was held on June 25 2022 and aims to counsel the Aqiqah farmer-livestock group regarding the technology of processing livestock manure into compost/organic fertilizer. This service activity was carried out at the Aqiqah Farmer-Livestock Group in Sidingkat Village in Padang Bolak District, North Padang Lawas. This community service activity is expected to provide benefits and add information to breeders and breeders about making livestock manure into compost/organic fertilizer. This activity is carried out by 1) Delivering material regarding the purpose and benefits of compost/organic fertilizer. 2) Demonstration of making compost/organic fertilizer. This activity was centered on 21 members of the farmer's group

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2023-03-07

How to Cite

Sari, R. M., Aminuddin Siregar, R., Yuli Meilanda Sormin, S., & Abadi Tanjung, A. (2023). Pelatihan Pembuatan Limbah Kotoran Ternak Menjadi Pupuk Kompos/Organik Pada Kelompok Tani- Ternak Aqiqah Desa Sidingkat Kec. Padang Bolak, Kab. Padang Lawas Utara. JES-TM Social and Community Service, 2(1), 6–9. Retrieved from https://jes-tm.org/index.php/jestmc/article/view/65

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