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IJSTR >> Volume 5 - Issue 9, September 2016 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

Website: http://www.ijstr.org

ISSN 2277-8616



Cattle Cow Dung Use As An Alternative Energy Source And Organic Fertilizer Friendly Enviroment Village Kasang Districts Batang Anai Padang Pariaman

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AUTHOR(S)

I Ketut Budaraga, Fridarti, Usnel, Ermen

 

KEYWORDS

manure, biogas, organic fertilizer, sludge, rice

 

ABSTRACT

The increasing number of farmers will have a negative impact on the increase of waste generated. Waste from the farm can be either solid, gas and liquid waste. Livestock waste can be processed to produce biogas as an alternative energy substitute for oil stove and organic fertilizers. The research objective is: a) know how the biogas production process in Kanagarian Kasang District of Batang Anai, Padang Pariaman, b) know how to slug biogas applications in rice plants. The usefulness of this research would be useful to increase incomes of farmers, especially in Kanagarian Kasang District of Batang Anai, Padang Pariaman district on the field of alternative energy, and the use of organic fertilizers and can support government programs to support the development of the field of energy and sustainable agricultural development. The research concludes that: a) The process of making digester system balloon is most appropriate at household level because they are cheap and the manufacturing process is that starting with the manufacturing process digester system balloon, when the digester is ready, followed by installation of biogas and biogas stove using secondhand goods. b) sewage sludge biogas very well be used as organic fertilizer because it can be directly available for the plants and very good impact on the environment.

 

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