Journal of the Austrian Society of Agricultural Economics (JASAE) (ISSN:18158129, E-ISSN:18151027)

Aim and Scope

Aim-

Journal of the Austrian Society of Agricultural Economics (JASAE) is an Open Access International Journal Which Aims to Publish High-quality Scientific Articles in the Field of Horticulture, Agriculture and Soil Science, Agronomy; Biology; Economics Academic Field: Mathematical and Statistical Methods in Economics; Agriculture and Animal Husbandry; Forestry and Many More. Our Aim is to Give an Open Space to Scientists Who Can Publish and Deliver Scientific Knowledge About the Relevant Field for the People in the Society.

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Journal of the Austrian Society of Agricultural Economics (JASAE) is a peer-reviewed journal. The journal seeks to publish original research articles that are hypothetical and theoretical in its nature and that provide exploratory insights in the following fields but not limited to:

Horticulture Agriculture Soil Science Agronomy
Biology Economics Biotechnology Agricultural chemistry
Soil development in plants aromatic plants subtropical fruits
Green house construction Growth Horticultural therapy Entomology
Medicinal Weed management in horticultural crops plant Analysis Tropical

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Journal of the Austrian Society of Agricultural Economics (JASAE)
Journal ID : JASAE-23-02-2020-25
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Abstract : The peatland becomes a source of living by the people around it which causes an exploitation that triggers the fire so that it damages peatland ecosystem. The aims of this study are to identify the social economic condition of the people living in peatland area and to determine the socioeconomic factors that influence welfare. The research location is Bunut sub-district and Kerumutan sub-district, Pelalawan district which are two of fire point areas in 2015. Three-Stage Least Square is applied to analyse the data. The main result of this study shows that socioeconomic conditions of the peatland community in Pelalawan District, Riau has a productive age and low education level. The majority of the community's livelihood as oil palm farmers, so that the largest income derived from oil palm cultivation. This income is used more to meet non-food needs. The community welfare of peatland is influenced by asset possession and income. The biggest asset owned by the community is peatland, which is mostly used for rubber and oil palm cultivation. Exploitation of peatland has caused damage and the income of peatland communities is not optimal. The welfare of peatland community can be improved without exploitation the peat and with rubber and palm oil cultivation. In addition, welfare can be increased if the peatland community can create non-farm livelihoods, so that the peatland ecosystem can remain sustainable..
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Journal of the Austrian Society of Agricultural Economics (JASAE)
Journal ID : JASAE-31-01-2020-24
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Abstract : Sweet pepper consumption in the Philippines is low due to nutrient-deficient soils. Since chicken manure and coco coir were widely used in the country as soil enhancers, the study determined the appropriate combination rate of chicken manure char (CMC) and coco coir char (CCC) application in enhancing the growth and yield of sweet pepper and evaluated the chemical properties of acidic grassland soil. A pot experiment was conducted with bell pepper as a test crop. The soil used was collected randomly from a depth of 0-20 cm at the grassland area of NwSSU, San Jorge Campus, San Jorge Samar. Replicated thrice, the treatments used were T1 = Control, T2 = 100% CMC 10 kg-1 soil, T3 = 100% CCC 10 kg-1 soil, T4 – 75% CMC + 25% g CCC10 kg-1 soil, T5 – 50% CMC + 50% CCC10 kg-1 soil, T6 - 25% PLC + 300 g CCC10 kg-1 soil. Charred chicken manure and coco coir were produced using a modified top lift updraft double barrel method. CMC and CCC mixture was incubated with soil for 14 days before transplanting. Sweet pepper was harvested after 90-95 days from transplanting. Plant tissue and soil samples were chemically analyzed. Results revealed that CMC and CCC addition particularly enhanced the plant height of sweet pepper; lessen their number of days from transplanting to flowering, fruiting and harvesting; and marketable yield. Moreover, CMC and CCC mixture addition significantly increased the pH, % OM, total N, extractable P, and exchangeable K of acidic grassland soil..
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Journal of the Austrian Society of Agricultural Economics (JASAE)
Journal ID : JASAE-09-01-2020-21
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Abstract : The spring roll is a quintessence of Vietnamese cuisine that is enjoyed by many different cultures around the world. Nowadays, there are 3 types of spring rolls in the markets: Rice paper spring roll, Bia spring roll, and net-wrapper spring roll. As of now, net-wrapper is either manually made or produced on semi-automatic machines, which only automate the forming process, so that workers are still needed in the production process. This study deals with the design of a robotic manipulator that connects to the semi-automatic machine to take the net-wrapper out of the mold instead of manual operation. The experimental results with the developed prototype demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed design. This study contributes to improve the semi-automatic production and improve productivity from 28% to 80% depending on the net-wrapper’s diameter as well as workers’ working conditions. This new solution will greatly contribute to food industries in the world as well as a working environment for agricultural production in Viet Nam.
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Journal of the Austrian Society of Agricultural Economics (JASAE)
Journal ID : JASAE-04-01-2020-20
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Title : Napier Silage Formulation as Fodder Conservation for Goats During Monsoon Season
by Afzan Mat Yusof, Mohd Hishammfariz Mohd Amin,
Abstract : Silage is a type of feedstock that had undergone several steps of forage fermentations that served as an alternative feedstock for ruminants. Hence, the project aimed to formulate Napier grass silage formulation that suitable to maintain the weight and health of goats during the monsoon season. Napier silage was formulated without adding any imported crops. Goats’ body weight gain was measured as indicators of the feed formulation efficiency and goats’ performance. A total of twenty adult goats with bodyweight approximately 30-40 kg were fed with Napier silage formulation for 3 months (October to December). Bodyweight and daily milk production were measured on Day 7, 14, 21 and 28 of every month. The goats fed with Napier silage were able to maintain healthy weight and health during the monsoon season. The findings found that the Napier silage formulation is recommended as fodder conservation for goats during monsoon season.
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Journal of the Austrian Society of Agricultural Economics (JASAE)
Journal ID : JASAE-01-01-2020-19
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Title : Usage of Selective Local Crops for Goat Feeds to Increase Milk and Meat Yield
by Afzan Mat Yusof, Mohd Hishammfariz Mohd Amin,
Abstract : The success of goat’s milk and meat production relied on the types of feeding materials. The use of imported crops is common leading to underutilization of local crops. Local crops or new feed was formulated to compare with the existence of imported crops or old feed used by the goat farmers. Goats’ body weight gain and daily milk yield were measured as indicators of the feed formulation efficacy and goats’ performance. Twenty adult female Saneen goats (30-35 kg) were fed with two different feed formulations for six months. The goats were fed with imported feed (Diet 1) for the first three months and continued with local crops feed (Diet 2) for the next three months. The goats fed with Diet 2 showed higher body weight gain and milk production than Diet 1. The implementation of feed formulation using local crops is recommended as it increases goats’ milk and meat production.
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