Hening Widowati, Kartika Sari, Widya Sartika Sulistiani (2016) Brochure And Textbook Development As A Dissemination Media Of Vegetable Cultivation Management Model For Consumer Protection Against Heavy Metals Pollution
Previous research predicts that location affects the intake of heavy metals within vegetable organs. Heavy metals were found mostly in vegetable and fruits planted in industrial area, followed by highway, paddy field, and mountain area. Those metals decrease the protein, vitamin A, C, Mg, and chlorophyll level. Harvesting time management and trimming during cultivation time can control t he heavy metals absorption rate. Finally, the decreasing of protein, vitamin A, C, Mg, and chlorophyll level can be minimized. This concept was used as a substance in developing the textbook of Bioremediation, especially in Bio/Phytoremediation effect. Mor eover, the brochure of Vegetable Cultivation Management Model for Consumer Protection against Heavy Metals Pollution has also been designed. The textbook validation score was 86.38% and considered as valid and proper as a supporting textbook for Bioremedia tion topic. Similar to that, the brochure has also been validated as an information source in disseminating the Vegetable Cultivation Management Model for Consumer Protection against Heavy Metals Pollution as it scores 86.02%. Furthermore, practitioner exa mination showed that the textbook was proper and it can assist the learning of bioremediation concept (81.35%) while the brochure can motivate people to apply the concept in their lives.
Keywords : Brochure of Vegetable Cultivation Management Model, Bio/Phy toremediation Effect Textbook