SPECIES, DENSITY, AND CANOPY STRATIFICATION OF SOCIAL FORESTRY OF THE FARMERS GROUP RUKUN MAKMUR 1 IN REGISTER 30 MOUNT TANGGAMUS LAMPUNG

Wawan Septiawan, Indriyanto Indriyanto, Duryat Duryat

Abstract


Protection forests have a protective function as a basic life support system to regulate the water system, prevent floods, control erosion, prevent sea water intrusion and maintaining soil fertility. This research aims to; 1) determined the type of forest vegetation component plants based on groups of forestry and agricultural crops; 2) determined the density of each type of plant; and 3) knowing the stratification of the forest canopy. To determined the condition of the forest vegetation in the area of arable land of farmer groups Rukun Makmur 1, the researcher conducted a vegetation survey with terraced line method in order to obtain an overview of the forest vegetation is formed through the implementation of community forestry system. Observations were made with the creation of as many as 31 pieces of sample plots. This study found 36 species of plants consisting of jungle wood class 14 types, 10 types of jungle MPTS, MPTS agriculture 9 types, 3 types of annual agricultural crops, and there is no seasonal agricultural crops.  Plant density for each class of plants namely class jungle wood 412.44 individuals / ha, MPTS jungle 44.28 individuals / ha, agricultural MPTS 25.40 individuals / ha, and the annual agricultural 1729.03 individuals / ha. Stratification canopy is formed consisting of five strata are strata A, B, C, D, and E.

 

Key word: community forest, plant destiny, stratification canopy, type of plant

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