Journal of Saintech Transfer <p style="text-align: justify;">Journal of Saintech Transfer is a peer-reviewed and open access references for multidisiplinary studies in science and technology transfer, entrepreneurship, and innovation, published by Faculty of Agriculture, Universitas Sumatera Utara. <br>The journal published a good and original manuscripts in the field of dissemination or transfer of science and technology, specifically addressing issues on innovative applications, development of new technologies and efficient solutions that relate to community problems.</p> <p>Journal of Saintech Transfer is published twice, in May and November.</p> <p>print-ISSN 2621-2560 | online-ISSN 2621-4830</p> Talenta Publisher Universitas Sumatera Utara en-US Journal of Saintech Transfer 2621-2560 Review of Implementation Living Values Education Program in Strengthening Education in PAUD Amanah Kahmi <p>In general, this school needs learning assistance equipment to support learning that can help active learning. The Covid-19 pandemic has disrupted the conventional learning process. So, a solution is required to answer this problem. The purpose of the service is to reduce the deficiencies in the implementation of learning in PAUD AMANAH KAHMI SUMUT. Character education is essential to become the leading mainstream of education in Indonesia both in the formal, non-formal and informal realms. Several factors affect the development of children's character, including parenting style and genetic personality. This study aims to determine the effect of parenting style and genetic personality on children's character development.</p> M Romi Syahputra Dina Nazriani Muthia Ferliani Balqis Copyright (c) 2023 Journal of Saintech Transfer 2023-08-18 2023-08-18 6 1 5 9 10.32734/jst.v6i1.8570 Technical Assistance for the Process of Making Liang Tea as a Healthy Drink in The PKK (Family Welfare Development) Organization of West Kalimantan Province Administrator <p>Community service regarding the Technology of Liang Tea Making as a Health Drink was carried out by a Team of Lecturers from the Food Science and Technology Study Program, Faculty of Agriculture, Tanjungpura University (UNTAN) at the PKK Office. The partner of this activity is the West Kalimantan Province PKK. The problems faced by the skills and knowledge of Provincial PKK members as facilitators for members of the PKK organization at the Regency, Sub-District level which they assist in making health drinks as well as traditional Pontianak drinks that are competitive are still limited. The implementation method used is socialization in the form of counseling, training, mentoring, evaluation and monitoring. The results of the activity achieved were 80% of participants during the socialization increased their knowledge based on the results of question and answer through questionnaires, 10 training participants were able to make tea burrows correctly, 5 trainees would use tea burrows for their family's functional drinks. The continuation of this activity is expected to produce new facilitators for members of the PKK organization and initiate PKK members for product commercialization.</p> Yohana Sutiknyawati Kusuma Dewi Dzul Fadly Wisi Wilanda Syamsi Winda Rahmalia Thomas Candra Wasis Agung Sutignya Copyright (c) 2023 Journal of Saintech Transfer 2023-08-18 2023-08-18 6 1 24 32 10.32734/jst.v6i1.11483 - Increasing the Independence of Oyster Mushroom (Pleurotus ostreatus) Entrepreneurs in Seedlings Preparation <p>Sadam Mushroom House is one of the mushroom producers in Medan Marelan with oyster mushroom production of 7-12 kg/day and can accommodate 7,000 baglogs. The problem of the oyster mushroom business is still very dependent on mushroom nurseries in an effort to provide F2 seedlings because there are still very limited facilities, infrastructure, understanding and skills in providing F0 - F2 seeds. Another problem is that the baglogs waste produced (2,000-3,000 baglogs every 3 months) has not been used properly so that it has the potential to pollute the environment. The purpose of this community service is to increase the independence of partners in providing oyster mushroom seeds, making compost from baglog waste and its use in plant cultivation. The solutions offered in solving these problems are the introduction of appropriate technology in the supply of F0-F2 mushroom seeds, the introduction of technology transfer goods, the management of baglog waste into compost and the use of compost from baglog waste as organic fertilizer for plant cultivation. The results of the community service that have been achieved are the introduction of technology transfer goods in the form of an autoclave, simple laminar air flow and tools for providing F0-F2 seedlings, training and assistance in providing F0-F2 mushroom seedling, training and assistance in making compost from baglog mushroom waste, direct practice of using mushroom compost for cultivating mung bean crop.</p> Yaya Hasanah Copyright (c) 2023 Journal of Saintech Transfer 2023-07-27 2023-07-27 6 1 10 16 10.32734/jst.v6i1.9845 Increasing Intensive Management of Goats in the Coastal City of Kendari <p>This activity is a community service activity carried out to help increase the productivity of goat selling breeders around the coast of Kendari City, especially in the Anduonohu Market area. Implementation of activities carried out in the form of counseling in the form of visits, delivery of material and discussions directly to goat farmer. The material presented was in the form of planting forage as the main source of feed for goats and using reinforcing feed, the need for strong and tidy goat pens, namely a stage model so that they can maintain environmental cleanliness and livestock health, Management of goat manure waste into bokashi fertilizer. The results of the activity show that they understand and are capable of cultivating forage as the main source of feed and know the importance of using forage boosters (concentrates). 2) Farmers know the benefits of using stilt pens to maintain a clean environment and goat health but have not implemented them due to limited funds to build cages. 3) Farmers do not know about the use of EM4 in leftover feed and livestock manure to produce bokashi organic fertilizer in a short time.</p> Harapin Hafid Achmad Selamet Aku La Ode M. Aslan Siti Hadrayanti Ananda Eko Harianto Copyright (c) 2023 Journal of Saintech Transfer 2023-05-30 2023-05-30 6 1 1 4 10.32734/jst.v6i1.11526 Utilization of Imperfect Produce of Honey Guava to Improving the Economy and Welfare of Farmers <p>Huney guava (<em>Syzygium aqueum</em>) is a potential agricultural product of Secanggang District, Langkat Regency, which is generally sold in fresh fruits. The production of Guava in this area reaches 150 kg per farmer, with 25-30 kg of them remain unsold. This community service aims to disseminate knowledge and technology to farmers about processing honey guava fruit into chips with the trade name "KeJaM". This activity is expected to be a solution for farmers in processing unsold products into new products that can increase economic value, as well as reduce agricultural waste. In this activity, the community service activities team also provided honey herb processing equipment, namely a vacuum fryer and spinner, so that the honey guava chips produced still have the characteristic honey guava taste. KeJaM is a healthy snack which is expected to attract the interest of public in order to improve the economy and welfare of farmers.</p> Eka Lestari Mahyuni Evawany Yunita Aritonang Wahyu Sugeng Imam Soeparno Copyright (c) 2023 Journal of Saintech Transfer 2023-07-27 2023-07-27 6 1 17 23 10.32734/jst.v6i1.10378