Diversity of Garden Plants That Have Potential as Food in Sawahan Village

Rahmi Idhayanti, Rayhan Arrazaq, Romzi Maulana Irwansyah


Sawahan village has increased its population because this area is undergoing many transformations which were originally rice fields into residential areas.Not only being a residential area, some of the rice fields are also converted into the Solo-Kertosono toll road. Its strategic location encourages many people who move to build houses in Sawahan village. This study aims to determine the diversity of plant species that have the potential as a food source in Sawahan village. The method used with quantitative descriptive approach. Data collection is done by field observation. Interviews were conducted on the survey of plant species, the name of indonesia/local, the part that is used, as well as the form of utilization. Informants were interviewed and also the location of the study was selected using random sampling techniques. Species diversity can be determined using the Shannon-Weiner Diversity Index. The evenness of each type in the community can be known by using the Evenness Evenness Index (E) or using the equity formula. The results showed that there are 30 types of plants. Other results are Sawahan village air temperature around 29-34 degrees Celsius. Then, a relatively normal pH ranges from 5 to 6. As well as soil moisture that ranges from 8% -18%. The conclusions obtained are the results of the Diversity Index which is classified as moderate, namely 3.1968101 and the plant evenness index which is classified as high, namely 0.939907262. Both indices can be influenced by Sawahan village environmental factors such as temperature, soil moisture, and pH


Diversity, food, fruit, plant, yard

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