Agricultural Science https://agriculturalscience.unmerbaya.ac.id/index.php/agriscience <p><strong>AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE</strong> is a peer-reviewed, scientific journal published by Faculty of Agriculture Merdeka University Surabaya, <strong>E-ISSN:<a href="http://u.lipi.go.id/1504925420" target="_blank" rel="noopener"> 2597-8713 (Online)</a></strong> and <strong>ISSN:</strong> <a href="http://u.lipi.go.id/1507705120" target="_blank" rel="noopener"><strong>2598-5167 (Print)</strong></a>. and with DOI Prefix number: <strong>10.55173.</strong> The aims of the journal are to publish and disseminate high quality, original research papers and article review in plant science i.e. agronomy, horticulture, plant breeding, soil sciences, plant protection, <span class="tlid-translation translation" lang="en"><span class="" title="">agricultural technology, </span></span><span class="tlid-translation translation" lang="en"><span class="" title="">agricultural agribusiness, </span></span><span class="tlid-translation translation" lang="en"><span class="" title="">agricultural economy and </span></span>other related fields related to agriculture. <strong><a href="https://www.google.com/maps/place/Universitas+Merdeka+Surabaya/@-7.3203479,112.7160383,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x2dd7fb62e3b116bd:0x98be3eafdb2a9b0c!8m2!3d-7.3203479!4d112.718227" target="_blank" rel="noopener">AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE</a> </strong>is published twice a year.</p> <p>We accept submission from all over the world. 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Go to <strong><a href="https://agriculturalscience.unmerbaya.ac.id/index.php/agriscience/user/register">REGISTRATION</a></strong></p> <p>Download <a href="https://docs.google.com/document/d/1J9V1b7zbtBQLEVJAb5GTeheWNMvagt6G/edit?usp=sharing&amp;ouid=104519723652946199982&amp;rtpof=true&amp;sd=true"><strong>TEMPLATE</strong></a> and <a href="https://drive.google.com/open?id=1KRpAsDKOST5aEFh5RNmlsXhFKyFTBMiP"><strong>AUTHOR GUIDELINE</strong></a></p> Faculty of Agriculture, Merdeka University Surabaya, Indonesia en-US Agricultural Science 2598-5167 Analysis of Farmers Attitude In Cenning And Bululawang Sugarcane Business Variety https://agriculturalscience.unmerbaya.ac.id/index.php/agriscience/article/view/77 <p>This study was conducted to determine the differences in income, level of feasibility and level of enthusiasm or attitude of farmers in cultivating sugarcane varieties of Cenning and Bululawang. The research was carried out in Badang Village, Ngoro District, Jombang Regency from May to July 2021. The research method used was descriptive analysis method, which means analyzing income that has been ongoing or based on reality. In addition, the multi-attribute fishbein model is also used to calculate the interest or attitude of sugarcane farmers to plant cenning and Bululawang varieties.The results showed that the income obtained from sugarcane farming of the Cenning variety was Rp. 24.522.620,- while the sugarcane of Bululawang variety was Rp. 18.438.820,-. Sugarcane farming of the cenning variety in Badang Village, Ngoro District, Jombang Regency is feasible to be cultivated with an R/C Ratio of 1.61. Meanwhile, the Bululawang variety of sugarcane farming is also feasible with an R/C Ratio of 1.49. Based on fishbein analysis, it was found that the attitude of sugarcane farmers in Badang Village, Ngoro District, Jombang Regency (Ao) towards the cenning variety was 37,28. It is interpreted that the farmer's total attitude (Ao) towards the cenning variety is in the third range (36-51) which is agree (S). So it can be concluded that sugarcane farmers in Badang Village, Ngoro District, Jombang Regency prefer cenning sugar cane to Bululawang sugarcane varieties.</p> Budi Utomo Teguh Soedarto Copyright (c) 2022 Budi Utomo, Teguh Soedarto https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2022-09-27 2022-09-27 6 1 1 11 10.55173/agriscience.v6i1.77 Utilization of Red Dragon Fruit Peel Extract (Hylocereus polyrhizus sp) in Cinnamon Boba https://agriculturalscience.unmerbaya.ac.id/index.php/agriscience/article/view/79 <p>A popular boba is the “brown sugar” boba which is dark brown. Boba can be made with different color variations, one of which is red dragon fruit skin because it contains anthocyanins that can be used as natural dyes. It also contains high enough antioxidants, so it is good for health. Unfortunately, it has a less favorable aroma and taste, so adding other mixtures such as cinnamon with a distinctive taste and aroma is necessary. This study aims to determine the panelists' preference for cinnamon boba with the addition of red dragon fruit peel extract. Descriptive research with an experimental approach to produce products with different compositions and organoleptic tests to determine the panelists' preference for products has been used in this study. The mixed formulas of red dragon fruit peel extract with water used were P0 (red dragon fruit peel extract 0 g, 250 ml water), followed by P1 (50 g, 200 ml), P2 (100 g, 150 ml), P3 (150 g, 100 ml) and P4 (200 g, 50 ml). Then, the preference test was carried out on 30 panelists related to color, aroma, taste, and texture with the rating categories of strongly dislike (1), dislike (2), quite like (3), like (4), and very like (5). The results showed that the higher the red dragon fruit peel extract content, the more favorable the color produced; The level of preference for aroma and taste was relatively the same in all treatments, and the P3 treatment produced the most preferred texture.</p> Rizka Larasati Putri Dwi Agustiyah Rosida Tiurma Wiliana Susanti Pandjaitan Copyright (c) 2022 Rizka Larasati Putri, Dwi Agustiyah Rosida, Tiurma Wiliana Susanti Pandjaitan https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2022-09-27 2022-09-27 6 1 12 20 10.55173/agriscience.v6i1.79 Increasing Productivity Long Bean Plant (Vigna Sinensis L) With Organic Vermicompost Fertilizer https://agriculturalscience.unmerbaya.ac.id/index.php/agriscience/article/view/78 <p>Long beans are classified as seasonal plants that can begin to be harvested approximately 6-9 weeks after planting and then periodically until approximately 3 months after planting, then the plants experience aging which results in low flower and fruit production. The harvest can be in the form of young pods which contain lots of vitamins A, B and C; medium for the production of mature seeds containing protein, fat and carbohydrates. The productivity achieved by farmers is still much lower when compared to the potential yield of long beans which can reach 20-25 tons/ha of fresh pods. The purpose of the study was to determine the increase in the productivity of long bean plants through the application of organic vermicompost fertilizer. The results of the study provide the following conclusions: There was a significant effect on the treatment of vermicompost on all observed variables, namely plant length, number of leaves, number of fruit (pods) per plant, and fresh weight of fruit (pods) per plant; and giving vermicompost as much as 1.50 kg per plant (treatment K6) gave a better average effect than other treatments at the end of the observation on the variables of plant length, number of leaves, and number of fruit (pods) per plant, although it was not significantly different by giving vermicompost as much as 1.25 kg per plant and 1 kg per plant on the variable total fresh weight of fruit (pods) per plant studied.</p> Bambang Gunawan Fauziatun Nisak Sri Purwanti Nurlina Copyright (c) 2022 Bambang Gunawan, Fauziatun Nisak, Sri Purwanti, Nurlina https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2022-09-30 2022-09-30 6 1 21 28 10.55173/agriscience.v6i1.78