Monitoring system for water level and soil moisture for rice fields with LoRa communication on a wireless sensor network

    Adi Wahyu Candra Kusuma1*, Heru Nurwarsito1 and Didik Suprayogo2 J. Sci. Agri. Technol. (2021) Vol. 2 (1): 28-37 DOI: Abstract The monitoring system for water level and soil moisture of wetland rice is an important issue for farmers to pay attention to if more than one field is being monitored. The problem is

Soybean (Glycine max L.) as a vitamin rich food to boost immune system for post-pandemic era

    Qonita1*, Hana Azizah Salsabila1, Gitta Gantari Utomo1, Naomi Grace Deborah Napitupulu1, Aditya Baghaswara1, Fajril Akbar Ath-Thoriqo Haq1, Imaniar Ilmi Pariasa1, and Dian Islami Prasetyaningrum11 J. Sci. Agri. Technol. (2021) Vol. 2 (1): 8-14 DOI: Abstract The immune system of the human body plays a significant role in preventing COVID-19. Gibson et al. (2012)

Phytochemical contents and antioxidant activities of Thai herbal tea from leaves of Morus alba and Citrus hystrix

  Rachanee Nammatra1*, Chinnaphat Chaloemram2 and Pharnuwan Chanhan3 J. Sci. Agri. Technol. (2021) Vol. 2 (1): 21-27 DOI: Abstract A herbal tea composed of Morus alba L. (leaves): Citrus hystrix DC. (leaves); 1: 1 (w:w) was extracted using aqueous media. Phytochemicals screening determined total phenolic content (TPC), total flavonoid content (TFC), and the identification of

Effect of wild yam root preparation on physiochemical properties of ready-to-use wild yam flour

    Ketwadee Moonkam1* and Jirapa Pongjanta2 J. Sci. Agri. Technol. (2021) Vol. 2 (1): 15-20 DOI: Abstract Asiatic bitter yam (Dioscorea hispida Dennst.) or kloy kao niaw (KKN) is a food plant of people in the tropics, but certain wild varieties are edible after detoxified. Detoxified of KKN are delicious food ingredients. Thus, the

Agriculture: adapting to a changing climate

    Julia Mayo-Ramsay1* J. Sci. Agri. Technol. (2021) Vol. 2 (1): 1-7 DOI: Abstract Climate change is having a severe effect on agriculture around the world. The seasons are shifting, droughts are increasing, and heavy rains and storms are intensifying. Australia, as a leading agricultural nation, is suffering severely from the impacts of climate

Energy management study of aeration system for Nile tilapia fish pond using solar photovoltaic together with utility grid system

  Preeyanuch Numpha and Sarawut Polvongsri* J. Sci. Agri. Technol. (2020) Vol. 1 (2): 1-6 DOI: Abstract This paper presents the energy management models of the aeration system for the Nile tilapia pond using the electrical energy from solar photovoltaic (PV) and the utility grid system (Grid). The solar photovoltaic system is installed on nine

The extraction of estrogen-like compounds from Pueraria mirifica, the properties characterization and the preparation of nucleated nanoparticles

  Wachira Yodthong, Saransiri Nuanmanee, Phenphichar Wanachantararak, Nattakanwadee Khumpirapang, and Tanongsak Sassa-deepaeng* J. Sci. Agri. Technol. (2020) Vol. 1 (2): 7-13 DOI: Abstract Pueraria mirifica (PM), also known as Kwao Krua Khaw, has been used as an herbal plant for many decades in the Northern part of Thailand. The root of PM contains estrogen-like compounds that

Comparison of fattening Thai native steers on grassland grazing and in feedlot fed corn silage-base with supplemental two protein concentration diets

  Kecha Kuha*, Panuwat Chaiyong, and Sornthep Tumwasorn  J. Sci. Agri. Technol. (2020) Vol. 1 (2): 14-20 DOI: Abstract This study determined growth performance and blood biochemical values of Thai native steers during 120 days of fattening. Twelve healthy three-year-old steers were assigned equally into two groups. One group was allowed free grazing on grassland

Small RNA sequencing studies of populations of plant virus families in tropical rainforest of Xishuangbanna

  Yue Liu, Xu Shan Shan, Wang Kan, Baohua Kong*, Hongxiang, Chongde Wang, Taiyuan Yang, Chengyun Li, Yuanhua Tan, Hao Qu, Dexi Wu, Lianchun Wang, and Hairu Chen J. Sci. Agri. Technol. (2020) Vol. 1 (2): 21-28 DOI: Abstract The tropical rainforest of Xishuangbanna has the most abundant and cryptic plant species biodiversity in China.

Compatibility of entomopathogenic fungi with Derris extracts

  Malee Thungrabeab* and Patcharin Krutmuang J. Sci. Agri. Technol. (2020) Vol. 1 (2): 29-34 DOI : Abstract Integrated pest management (IPM) strategies have been suggested for the control of various insect pests. Entomopathogenic fungi and botanical insecticides such as derris extract have considerable potential to become significant components in sustainable IPM. However, the compatibility
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