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Tema: Contribution of Livestock Production On Food Sovereignty in Tropical Countries
Judul: Potency of Persimmon Fruit (Dyospiros kaki) As An Organic Antibiotic, Antifungal and Anthelmintic on The Livestock : An Analysis
Perguruan Tinggi: Universitas Muhammadiyah Cirebon
Jenis/sdm: dosen/0022076301

Tahun: 2017

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Indonesia has an abundant of plants which is potential to be used as natural medicine. An effort must be made to help maintain those potential medicinal plants in Indonesia. One method is to carry out researches on Indonesian medicinal plants to support the health of livestock so that the nutritional needs of the community are fulfilled.
               Previous Researches reported that Persimmon fruit (Dyospiros kaki) has a strong potential as a substitute for antibiotics, antifungal and anthelmintic use in livestock. This research was conducted to analyze the microbiological content of Persimmon fruit after going through the process of auto fermentation. Auto fermentation was carried out for 2 weeks in an anaerobic stainless tank. Microbiological identification was done at Bogor Veterinary Research Center. Identification of worm’s eggs was carried out using Mc. Master Method.
               The results showed that   Dyospira kaki fermentation was rich in Bacillus sp as much as 1.05 x 103 cfu / ml which is useful as antibiotic and organic antifungal. The content of pathogenic bacteria E coli and Staph aureus were negative. The research on the use of herbs to reduce worms was done with 20% Curcuma mangga, 20% Curcuma domestica, 20% Curcuma xanthorrhica, 40% Dyospiros kaki fermented,  This research showed that cows supplemented with 60 ml OSE from laboratory test, decreased the number of worm eggs. The percentage of decrease was 73%, from 220 worm’s eggs to 60 eggs.
 

Keywords: Dyospiros kaki, autofermentation, Bacillus sp, antibiotic, antifungal, anthelmintic