Best Poster the 2nd ISSLD 2016

24 11 2016

 

Best Poster the 2nd ISSLD 2016

Best Poster the 2nd ISSLD 2016

Best Poster the 2nd ISSLD 2016 was awarded for two posters which have been presented during poster session. One of the winner goes to Mr. Muhammad Zainul Islami as he presented a poster entitled Landscape Design Process of Lakewood Nava Park BSD City Based on Smart Growth Concept. 

 

 

Title:

Landscape Design Process of Lakewood Nava Park BSD City Based on Smart Growth Concept

 

Authors:

Muhammad Zainul Islami1, Kaswanto2

1Research Scholar, Department of Landscape Architecture, Bogor Agricultural University, West Java, Indonesia.

2Lecturer, Department of Landscape Architecture, Bogor Agricultural University, West Java, Indonesia.

Email: zaenul2595@gmail.com

 

Abstract

A comfortable and green housing area in a city is a must for the people live in a city. The rapid development in a city caused greater need for land. This problem happens simultaneously with environmental problem globally such as growing number of people, pollution, excessive exploitation of resource, and decreasing in ethic of land uses. The design of Lakewood Nava Park BSD City prioritizes on pedestrian and walkable environment to apprehend those problems. Lakewood Nava Park is a landscape design project conducted by landscape consultant company, Sheils Flynn Asia. The concept of Smart Growth used as a recommendation for Lakewood Nava Park design. Smart Growth is a city planning and transportation theory which expand a city into a walkable city. The method used on this research is a comparison between landscape design process and Booth theory, also analyze ten principle concept of Smart Growth at the project. Generally, the comparison between design process and Booth theory resulted a slight difference in term and separate phase. The analysis result from Smart Growth concept is around 70% has been applied, and the rest 30% applied after the design has been built. By using Smart Growth principle, the purpose of Lakewood Nava Park design can be applied well.

 

The 2nd ISSLD 2016 with Keynote Speaker Dr. Bima Arya, City Mayor of Bogor

The 2nd ISSLD 2016 with Keynote Speaker Dr. Bima Arya, City Mayor of Bogor




Ebook Landscape Guide

23 11 2016
Ebook - Landscape Guide

Ebook – Landscape Guide

Ebook Landscape Guide can be read online for free. Here is the link:

http://www10.hdb.gov.sg/eBook/landscapeguide/main.html

 

Or download it here

http://www10.hdb.gov.sg/eBook/landscapeguide/Landscape_guide_opf_files/offline/Landscape_guide.exe

 

Introduction to Guide (Ebook – Landscape Guide)

The HDB Landscape Guide was conceived to provide broad coverage on the important HDB design principles and requirements for consultants to note during the design process. Following the public housing design guide for landscape published in 2005, this new manual provides the necessary updates to keep in step with the current focus and needs. It aims to offer a comprehensive understanding of HDB landscapes as well as design factors to consider across three sections.
The first section describes the history of HDB landscape design, as well as the current design practice. It outlines key landscape design principles based on the values of community, environment and aesthetics, setting the tone for the rest of the book. The second section gives an overview of the types of landscape spaces in HDB developments, and illustrates various hard- and softscape considerations for each type of space. As equally important as new developments, considerations for the upgrading of mature estates are also described. In the last section, topics of landscape facilities and structures, softscape design, and designing with mature trees are elaborated in detail. Relatively new concepts of water-sensitive urban design, rooftop greenery and vertical greenery are also described. ‘Good practices’ have been highlighted for consultants’ reference, and design process flowcharts, which suggest ways the designer can approach a topic, are included.
This book was written to serve as a helpful guide and inspiration for designers, not only for landscaping of HDB projects but beyond.
Fong Chun Wah
Group Director (Development & Procurement Group)
Housing & Development Board

 

Foreword

Landscape design has been and will continue to be an integral and significant component of public housing development. This is especially so as HDB has to build in an increasingly dense environment. Greenery and well landscaped public spaces give us visual respite, cool the urbanscape and provide great recreational spaces for our residents and the community.
More than 50 years ago, HDB landscaping began as simple greening with the provision of basic amenities. However, with rising expectations of residents, the emphasis on creating a more liveable environment and a greater focus on sustainability, new standards for landscape design have been established in HDB estates. A greater variety of facilities and structures such as playgrounds, community gardens and gathering places have been included to cater to residents needs. At the same time, softscape design or planting has taken on a vital role in not only providing shade, but enhancing the quality of space. New concepts such as water-sensitive urban design, skyrise greenery and biodiversity are now part of landscape plans.
Through good design, public landscape areas contribute to the creation of endearing homes for residents and provide conducive spaces to foster community ties, making living in an HDB estate an enjoyable experience. Given the importance of landscape design, this HDB Landscape Guide has been compiled to guide architects and landscape architects in the design of both the hard and soft landscapes. The guide is built upon HDB’s past experiences and provides useful tips to the designer. I hope that this guide will serve as useful reference and help to raise the quality of landscape design in HDB developments. And, given the massive scale of HDB developments, we can contribute to the greening of Singapore.
Dr. Cheong Koon Hean
Chief Executive Officer
Housing & Development Board




Seminar Nasional LPPM IPB 2016

23 11 2016
Seminar Nasional LPPM IPB 2016

Seminar Nasional LPPM IPB 2016

Seminar Nasional LPPM IPB 2016 dengan tema “Inovasi untuk Kedaulatan Pangan” akan diadakan pada hari Kamis tanggal 1 Desember 2016 di IPB International Convention Centre (IICC) Botani Square Baranangsiang Bogor.

Adapun Sub Tema (Inovasi Bidang) adalah sebagai berikut:
1. Pangan
2. Energi
3. Sumberdaya Alam dan Lingkungan
4. Biologi dan Kesehatan
5. Sosial, Ekonomi dan Budaya
6. Teknologi dan Rekayasa

Sumber: http://lppm.ipb.ac.id/?p=9906

Unduh:
1. Poster
2. Leaflet

Link terkait:
1. Link Pendaftaran Call for Paper Seminar LPPM IPB 2016 : http://bit.ly/ formcallforpaperlppmipb2016
2. Link Pendaftaran Peserta Seminar LPPM IPB 2016 : http://bit.ly/ formpesertasemnaslppmipb2016
3. Format Penulisan Abstrak dan Makalah Lengkap Seminar Nasional 2016




Sosialisasi Education Site Lisence ArcGIS Platform ESRI

23 11 2016
Sosialisasi Education Site Lisence ArcGIS Platform ESRI

Sosialisasi Education Site Lisence ArcGIS Platform ESRI

Sosialisasi Education Site Lisence ArcGIS Platform ESRI: Pada hari Jumat tanggal 11 November 2016 bertempat di Ruang Sidang Senat Gedung Andi Hakim Nasoetion Lt 6 Kampus IPB Dramaga telah dilaksanakan acara “Sosialisasi Education Site Lisence ArcGIS Platform ESRI”. Acara yang dimulai sekitar pukul sembilan pagi tersebut menghadirkan pembicara Ibu Canserina Kurnia, selaku Solution Engineer (State and Local Government sector) at Esri Global Asia Pacific Technical Manager. Turut hadir pula Mbak Regina Maria Hitoyo selaku Esri Indonesia Education Manager.

Acara diawali dengan sambutan sekaligus pembukaan oleh Kepala Sud-direktorat (Kasubdit) Kerjasama Drh. Fadjar Satrija, sebagai representatif dari Wakil Rektor bidang Riset dan Kerjasama (WRRK) IPB. Acara dilanjutkan dengan sesi pemaparan oleh Ibu Canserina Kurnia yang dipandu oleh Prof. Budi Lilik Budi Prasetyo selaku Ketua Tim LISAT IPB. Dalam pemaparannya, Ibu Canserina Kurnia memberikan gambaran betapa luasnya penggunaan perangkat lunak ArcGIS saat ini, mulai dari solusi untuk kesehatan hingga perpajakan, pemanasan global hingga kebakaran hutan, bahkan manajemen lahan hingga manajemen kampus. Pemaparan dilengkapi pula dengan beberapa video demo yang menarik dan mampu membuka wawasan para peserta sosialiasi.

Acara sosialisasi ini sepenuhnya diselenggarakan untuk memperkenalkan telah adanya Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) antara IPB dan Esri Indonesia terkait dengan hibah perangkat lunak ArcGIS Platform Esri untuk IPB. Perangkat lunak versi terbaru ArcGIS 10.4 dapat digunakan oleh seluruh civitas akademika IPB, tanpa kecuali. Baik tenaga pendidik, kependidikan maupun mahasiswa selama yang bersangkutan masih menjadi civa IPB. Proses pemberian license sendiri akan dikelola dengan PIC dari Esri adalah Mbak Regina Maria Hitoyo dan PIC dari IPB adalah Dr. Regan Kaswanto (Dep ARL IPB).

Dalam kegiatan sosialisasi ini juga dibicarakan kegiatan lanjutan berupa workshop training of triner (TOT) untuk 50 orang tenaga pendidik dan kependidikan IPB. Peserta Workshop TOT akan dibatasi hanya untuk 50 orang. Acara Workshop TOT akan dilaksanakan selama 2 (dua) hari, dengan setiap harinya untuk 25 orang selama satu hari penuh. Workshop TOT direncanakan akan diselenggarakan pada bulan Desember 2016 pada minggu pertama atau kedua. Lokasi workshop direncanakan di PPLH IPB. Workshop TOT ditujukan untuk memperkenalkan up date terbaru dari ArcGIS 10.41.

 

Esri2

Sesi Pemaparan oleh Ibu Canserina Kurnia yang dipandu oleh Prof. Lilik Budi Prasetyo

 

Esri3

Penjelasan License dari Mbak Maria Regina Hitoyo

 

Esri5

Foto Bersama Usai Kegiatan Sosialisasi

 

Esri4

Foto Bersama Usai Kegiatan Sosialisasi

 

 

 




The 2nd International Symposium for Sustainable Landscape Development

8 09 2016
The 1st Flyer - The 2nd International Symposium for Sustainable Landscape Development

The 1st Flyer – The 2nd International Symposium for Sustainable Landscape Development

 

The 2nd International Symposium for Sustainable Landscape Development  will be held on 9 & 10 November 2016. Please see in detail at arl.faperta.ipb.ac.id/symposium. Please join and enjoy the wonderful Indonesia…

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Yth. Rekan-rekan Netters yang berbahagia

Mohon berkenan untuk berpartisipasi dalam The 2nd International Symposium for Sustainable Landscape Development yang akan dilaksanakan pada hari Rabu & Kamis tanggal 9 & 10 November 2016 di IPB Convention Center (IICC). Hari pertama merupakan pelaksanaan symposium, sementara hari kedua untuk excursion.

Pendaftaran dapat dilakukan di alamat sbb:
http://arl.faperta.ipb.ac.id/symposium/

Silahkan informasi ini disebarluaskan kepada rekan-rekan yang berminat.

Terima kasih atas kerjasama dan bantuan menyebarluaskannya.

Kami tunggu partisipasinya….

Salam,
Kaswanto




Spatial Heroes

18 08 2016
Mapman Spatial Heroes

Mapman Spatial Heroes

Esri Indonesia memberikan kesempatan bagi para mahasiswa yang baru lulus dari perguruan tinggi untuk mendapatkan pengalaman kerja secara nyata, pelatihan, dan bimbingan dari para mentor yang telah berpengalaman di dunia GIS dengan bergabung dalam program Spatial Heroes.

Selain itu dengan bergabung dalam program Spatial Heroes, diharapkan ilmu yang telah dipelajari selama kuliah dapat diamalkan untuk memecahkan masalah-masalah spasial di Indonesia juga yang dialami oleh para pengguna ArcGIS saat ini. Kedepannya orang yang terpilih untuk mengikuti program ini mendapatkan kesempatan lebih besar untuk bergabung secara permanen di Esri Indonesia.

Persyaratan yang dipenuhi untuk dapat mengikuti program ini adalah :

  • S1, tidak lebih dari 2 tahun setelah kelulusan, usia maksimal 27 tahun.
  • Memiliki pengalaman dalam berorganisasi
  • Mau terus belajar
  • Bersedia berpartisipasi pada program ini selama 3 bulan

Dokumen lamaran antara lain CV, cover letter, transkrip, SKL dapat dikirimkan ke email rmhitoyo@esriindonesia.co.id dengan subject Spatial Heroes Program, dari tanggal 17 Agustus 2016 sampai 3 September 2016.

 

About Esri Indonesia

Esri is the pioneer and global leader in Geographic Information System (GIS) technology.

The Redlands, California-based company architected the assembly and analysis of geographic information – the science behind modern-day GIS – to inform landmark projects and develop leading-edge products.

Now servicing some 400,000 clients in 150 different countries, Esri has a pervasive global presence – and is held in the same esteem as the likes of IBM, Microsoft, SAP and Amazon.

An enduring partnership with Esri Indonesia ensures Esri’s iconic ArcGIS platform is effectively represented and locally supported.

The value and benefits of GIS technology are widely accepted throughout the country’s government, commercial and community sectors.

Esri Indonesia is proud to be the exclusive local distributor of Esri’s world-leading GIS software, and part of the world’s largest group of ArcGIS specialists outside of the United States – the Boustead geospatial group.

 




The Landscape Services as a Bridge Between Landscape and Value

13 06 2016
Landscape Services @Baduy

Landscape Services @Baduy

 

The Landscape Services concept as a bridge between landscape and value has been discussed since many year ago. Jolande W. Termorshuizen and Paul Opdam, in 2009 discussed about Landscape services as a bridge between landscape ecology and sustainable development in Landscape Ecology Journal (2009) Vol 24:1037–1052 (DOI 10.1007/s10980-008-9314-8). They wrote that landscape ecological research needs to focus more on global-local issues and propose the concept of landscape services as a unifying common ground where scientists from various disciplines are encouraged to cooperate in producing a common knowledge base that can be integrated into multifunctional, actor-led landscape development.

They discusse about The landscape services concept as a bridge between landscape and value (Termorshuizen & Opdam, 2009), which consist of:

  1. Landscape as a value-delivering system
  2. Landscape services versus ecosystem services
  3. Landscape services better associate with pattern–process relationships
  4. Landscape services better unify scientific disciplines
  5. Landscape services are more relevant and legitimate to local practitioners

 

The Landscape Services for Better Understanding

Those ideas are in line with my idea in landscape architecture perspectives. This is a right time to introduce the term of “landscape services” compare to ecosystem services nor environmental services and others related terms. I think we should develop those ideas about “landscape services” in many disciplines. The “landscape services” or LS is better understanding because landscape is pattern-process-scale and spatio-temporal approach that helps people to understand a “thing” in comprehesive way. The LS is better because we have “concept-plan” that combine any ideas from any experts from any disciplines which finally are aggregated in one spectacular idea. The LS is better because we can approach from local to global and from community to decision maker, which are translated depend of their needs.

The LS is not talking just about the physical-biological environment, but also social-cultural and economic-politics. When we talk about a suitable place for high rise building because it has beautiful scenery as they are providing awesome borrowing landscape, at the same we also talk how suitable that place legally and economically. When we talk about an amazing design to develop landscape agrotourism because it has highly agricultural products and highly demands, at the same time we also talk about community-based development plus the value of its historical landscape. The LS is obviously a bridge for Sustainable Developments (SD), further for accompalish Sustainable Developments Goals (SDGs)

 

Regards,

Kaswanto

 

 

 

 




Landscape Ecology – Advanced

7 06 2016
Structure of Landscape Ecology - VEDCA Cianjur

Structure of Landscape Ecology @ VEDCA Cianjur

The Important of Landscape Ecology

Source: http://www.biologyreference.com/La-Ma/Landscape-Ecology.html

Landscape ecology is the study of the causes and ecological consequences of spatial pattern in landscapes. While there is no specific spatial extent that defines a landscape, most landscape ecologists are interested in large areas ranging from a few square kilometers to entire continents. Within landscapes it is usually possible to define a series of different ecosystem types occurring as patches within the greater landscape. For example, in an agricultural landscape the patches might be different fields, woodlots, hedgerows, buildings, and ponds. The goal of a landscape ecologist is to understand and describe landscape structure; how this structure influences the movement of organisms, material, or energy across the landscape; and how and why landscape structure changes over time.

A landscape’s structure can be quantified by describing characteristics of patches, such as their number, size, shape, position, and composition. Landscape ecologists have defined measures to quantify each of these attributes. For example, a shape index has been defined as the ratio of the patch’s perimeter to the perimeter of a circle the same area as the patch. A circular patch would have the value of 1, and as the patch became more convoluted in shape, its shape index would increase in value.

A landscape’s structure has an important influence on various ecological processes occurring in the landscape. For example, consider two landscapes having equal areas of forest and agricultural land. In one landscape the forest is divided into many small patches, whereas in the other landscape the forested area occurs as one large patch. The more fragmented landscape will provide more habitat to those organisms that thrive at boundaries between two ecosystem types, whereas the less fragmented landscape will be better for those species that require larger areas of undisturbed forest. So, just knowing what percentage of the landscape is forest versus cropland is not sufficient to predict what species may occur; it is also important to know how the patches are distributed across the landscape.

Another example of how landscape structure can be important comes from studies of lakes within a forested landscape. The position of a lake within the landscape can be an important determinant of the lake’s physical, chemical, and biological characteristics. Because water flows downhill, lakes that are lower in the landscape receive more water from streams and groundwater than lakes higher in the flow system, which receive most of their water from precipitation. Lakes higher in the landscape tend to be smaller, more dilute chemically, and have fewer species of fish than lakes lower in the landscape, even though all of the lakes in the landscape experience the same weather and are situated in the same geological substrate .

Read more: http://www.biologyreference.com/La-Ma/Landscape-Ecology.html#ixzz49qlwNE4Z

Definitions/Conceptions of Landscape Ecology

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Landscape_ecology

Nowadays, at least six different conceptions of landscape ecology can be identified: one group tending toward the more disciplinary concept of ecology (subdiscipline of biology; in conceptions 2, 3, and 4) and another group—characterized by the interdisciplinary study of relations between human societies and their environment—inclined toward the integrated view of geography (in conceptions 1, 5, and 6):[16]

  1. Interdisciplinary scientific analysis of subjectively defined landscape units (e.g. Neef School[17]): Landscapes are defined in terms of uniformity in land use. Landscape ecology explores the landscape’s natural potential in terms of functional utility for human societies. To analyse this potential, it is necessary to draw on several natural sciences.
  2. Topological ecology at the landscape scale (e.g. Forman & Godron[18]): ’Landscape’ is defined as a heterogeneous land area composed of a cluster of interacting ecosystems (woods, meadows, marshes, villages, etc.) that is repeated in similar form throughout. It is explicitly stated that landscapes are areas at a kilometres wide ‘‘human scale’’ of perception, modification, etc. Landscape ecology describes and explains the landscapes’ characteristic patterns of ecosystems and investigates the flux of energy, mineral nutrients, and species among their component ecosystems, providing important knowledge for addressing land-use issues.
  3. Organism-centred, multi-scale topological ecology (e.g. John A. Wiens[19]): Explicitly rejecting views expounded by Troll, Zonneveld, Naveh, Forman & Godron, etc., landscape and landscape ecology are defined independently of human perceptions, interests, and modifications of nature. ‘Landscape’ is defined – regardless of scale – as the ’template’ on which spatial patterns influence ecological processes. Not humans, but rather the respective species being studied is the point of reference for what constitutes a landscape.
  4. Topological ecology at the landscape level of biological organisation (e.g. Urban et al.[20]): On the basis of ecological hierarchy theory, it is presupposed that nature is working at multiple scales and has different levels of organisation which are part of a rate-structured, nested hierarchy. Specifically, it is claimed that, above the ecosystem level, a landscape level exists which is generated and identifiable by high interaction intensity between ecosystems, a specific interaction frequency and, typically, a corresponding spatial scale. Landscape ecology is defined as ecology that focuses on the influence exerted by spatial and temporal patterns on the organisation of, and interaction among, functionally integrated multispecies ecosystems.
  5. Analysis of social-ecological systems using the natural and social sciences and humanities (e.g. Leser;[21] Naveh;[22] Zonneveld[23]): Landscape ecology is defined as an interdisciplinary super-science that explores the relationship between human societies and their specific environment, making use of not only various natural sciences, but also social sciences and humanities. This conception is grounded in the assumption that social systems are linked to their specific ambient ecological system in such a way that both systems together form a co-evolutionary, self-organising unity called ‘landscape’. Societies’ cultural, social and economic dimensions are regarded as an integral part of the global ecological hierarchy, and landscapes are claimed to be the manifest systems of the ‘Total Human Ecosystem’ (Naveh) which encompasses both the physical (‘geospheric’) and mental (‘noospheric’) spheres.
  6. Ecology guided by cultural meanings of lifeworldly landscapes (frequently pursued in practice[24] but not defined, but see, e.g., Hard;[25] Trepl[26]): Landscape ecology is defined as ecology that is guided by an external aim, namely, to maintain and developlifeworldly landscapes. It provides the ecological knowledge necessary to achieve these goals. It investigates how to sustain and develop those populations and ecosystems which (i) are the material ‘vehicles’ of lifeworldly, aesthetic and symbolic landscapes and, at the same time, (ii) meet societies’ functional requirements, including provisioning, regulating, and supporting ecosystem services. Thus landscape ecology is concerned mainly with the populations and ecosystems which have resulted from traditional, regionally specific forms of land use.

 

How Do Organisms Interact with the Landscape?

Souce: http://www.forestry.gov.uk/fr/infd-6lefpt

This question is the focus of a vast amount of research effort globally, but the following are some notable examples to give the general idea:

  • Patches: species may prefer a certain kind of habitat, for example mature woodland, or ponds. Individuals of the species of concern may not be able to breed or feed outside of this type of habitat. The habitat thus defines the patch.
  • Matrix: If one land use dominates the landscape, that landuse forms the matrix, e.g. arable land in eastern England. If the dominant land use is uniformly inhospitable, organisms become isolated in patches of suitable habitat. For example, some characteristic plants of ancient woodland cannot survive in arable fields, and do not have seeds equipped with a mechanism to disperse between isolated woodland fragments.
  • Corridors: There has been a lot of research and debate about the role of hedgerows as corridors for small woodland mammals and birds. Such species may be able to move between woodland habitat patches along hedgrerows, whereas they might not feel safe enough to cross an arable field.
  • Barriers: Roads, pipelines or fences might form barriers to movement of shy or less agile animals.
  • Mosaic: Lesser horseshoe bats are an example of an animal that needs to live in a landscape mosaic. They sleep in old trees in mature woodland, then fly along hedgerows to open, wet places where they hunt for flies.



Pesona Gelombang Cinta

30 05 2016

 

 

Gelombang Cinta

Gelombang Cinta

Tanaman Gelombang Cinta sempat menjadi bruuan para kolektor tanaman hias, broker maupun mereka yang menjadi penggemar dadakan. Selain memang karena permainan pasar dan tentunya konspirasi dari segelintir orang untuk menaikan harga tanaman ini, sebenarnya tanaman ini memiliki pesona tersendiri yang patut untuk dinikmati. Pesona dari Gelombang Cinta adalah dari daunnya yang bergelombang seperti pesona cinta yang mampu meluluhlantakkan hati manusia manapun. Semakin tua daunnya, maka gelombangnya akan semakin memesona.

Pesona Gelombang Cinta, memang terutama dari daunnya. Namun, kala berbunga dan berbuah juga tidak kalah indahnya. Sejatinya gelombang cinta ini memang ada dua, yaitu jenis Gelombang Cinta Daun dan Gelombang Cinta Bunga. Namun umumnya yang sering dijumpai adalah Gelombang Cinta Daun.

Pesona Gelombang Cinta

Sumber:
http://www.jenistanaman.com/manfaat-dan-gambar-bunga-gelombang-cinta/

Berikut ini akan dijelaskan mengenai manfaat gelombang cinta :

  1. Sebagai tanaman hias yang cocok untuk digunakan sebagai tanaman hias indoor maupun tanaman hias outdoor.

Kita tahu sendiri, karena memiliki keunikan di daunnya maupun keindahan di bunganya ini lah yang membuat gelombang cinta menjadi diminati. Sehingga dilihat dari sudut pandang manapun memang tanaman gelombang cinta ini cocok untuk digunakan sebagai hiasan indoor maupun outdoor.

  1. Sebagai Penyejuk Ruangan

Cara hidup tanaman autotrof kan memang dengan melakukan fotosintesis. Nah fotosintesis ini kan mengubah gas CO2 menjadi gas O2 sehingga wajar saja jika ruangan anda yang terdapat tanaman gelombang cinta ini akan sejuk karena gelombang cinta sendiri menghasilkan oksigen yang membuat kita menjadi lebih sejuk dan lebih nyaman. Cocok untuk ditempatkan diruangan kerja anda. Sehingga hal tersebut bisa mengurangi rasa stress akan pekerjaan.

  1. Sebagai Investasi

Kita tahu sendiri bahwa harga dari tanaman gelombang cinta ini terbilang lebih mahal dari tanaman hias yang lainnya. Karena itulah jika anda ingin membudidayakan tanaman gelombang cinta ini sungguh sangatlah tepat, karena akan menjadi investasi tersendiri. Soalnya gelombang cinta sendiri mudah dalam budidayanya.

Nomenklatur Gelombang Cinta

Kingdom: Plantae (Tumbuhan)
Subkingdom: Tracheobionta (Tumbuhan berpembuluh)
Super Divisi: Spermatophyta (Menghasilkan biji)
Divisi: Magnoliophyta (Tumbuhan berbunga)
Kelas: Liliopsida (berkeping satu / monokotil)
Sub Kelas: Arecidae
Ordo: Arales
Famili: Araceae (suku talas-talasan)
Genus: Anthurium
Spesies: Anthurium plowmanii.

 

Sumber:

  1. http://www.jenistanaman.com/manfaat-dan-gambar-bunga-gelombang-cinta/
  2. http://flowerian.com/70/cara-merawat-bunga-gelombang-cinta.html



Pindang Gombyang

3 05 2016
Pindang Gombyang

Pindang Gombyang

Pindang Gombyang adalah masakan khas Indramayu berupa Sop Ikan dengan bumbu kunyit. Pindang Gombyang diolah sedemikian rupa tanpa menggunakan sama sekali air santan. Bahan utama yang disajikan tentunya berupa kepala ikan kakap atau ikan lainnya yang dibelah dua. Sangat direkomendasikan menggunakan kepala Ikan Kakap karena lebih maknyus.

Pertama kali mencicipi Pindang Gombyang ketika melakukan supervisi KKN-P di Kabupaten Indramayu di Kecamatan Kroya, Gantar dan Terisi. Setelah mengelilingi 7 desa di 3 kecamatan tersebut yakni Desa Jatimunggul, Cikawung, Bantarwaru, Sanca, Tanjungkerta, Sumbon dan Temiyang, akhirnya mampir ke salah satu restoran terkenal yang menyajikan Pindang Gombyang. Maknyus…!!!

Bagi Anda yang ingin mencoba membuat Pindang Gombyang, resepnya adalah sebagai berikut:

Bahan Pindang Gombyang :

  • 1 kg ikan kakap atau ikan laut lainnya, potong-potong
  • 2 buah jeruk nipis, peras airnya
  • 1 sdm garam
  • 800 ml santan encer
  • 700 ml santan kental
  • 100 gram asam muda
  • 3 sdm minyak, untuk menumis

Bumbu Pindang Gombyang :

  • 3 cm kunyit, haluskan
  • 6 butir kemiri sangrai, haluskan
  • 8 butir bawang merah, iris tipis
  • 5 siung bawang putih, iris tipis
  • 10 buah cabai merah keriting, iris halus
  • 2 lembar daun salam
  • 3 cm lengkuas, memarkan
  • 4 buah temu kunci
  • 1 sdm garam
  • 1 sdm gula pasir

Cara Membuat Pindang Gombyang :

  1. Lumuri ikan dengan air jeruk nipis dan garam. Biarkan 20 menit. Cuci kembali. Tumis ikan dengan sedikit minyak di dalam wajan anti lengkat. Angkat, sisihkan.
  2. Tumis kunyit dan kemiri yang dihaluskan hingga harum. Tambahkan bumbu yang diiris-iris, daun salam, lengkuas, dan temu kunci. Tumis hingga layu.
  3. Masukkan santan encer dan asam muda, biarkan mendidih. Tambahkan santan kental, garam, dan gula. Masak lagi hingga mendidih.
  4. Masukkan ikan yang sudah ditumis. Masak hingga bumbu meresap. Angkat, sajikan.

 

Bisa juga melihat resep yang serupa pada link berikut ini:

http://widhiaanugrah.com/resep-pindang-gombyang-lezat-asli-indramayu/

http://www.galamedianews.com/kuliner/35801/nikmat-dan-segarnya-gombyang-kuliner-khas-indramayu.html