THP, SEMARANG – Budikdamber technique or fish cultivation in buckets is currently viral again because during the epidemic period, many people were doing activities at home. Budikdamber is very suitable for urban areas with minimal land but want to cultivate. Tika is a 2017 Marine Science student through the 2020 Diponegoro University Community Service Team in Pedalangan Village RW 02 Kec. Tembalang Semarang City.

The BUDIKDAMBER (Fish Cultivation in Bucket) work program is carried out with the aim that the community, especially the Pedalangan RW.02 Banyumanik village, is more independent in providing food in the era of the Covid-19 pandemic. We can minimize the spread of the virus that continues to occur and takes place unconsciously by means of a healthy and clean lifestyle according to government recommendations and by consuming regular and nutritious food. In coastal rehabilitation through mangrove planting, a lot of mangrove waste is damaged in the form of branches, leaves and mangrove seedlings. Mangrove waste is a problem in the environment because they do not have a mangrove waste storage area. The existence of microorganisms associated with mangrove waste has the activity of synthesizing secondary metabolites such as their host organisms, these microorganisms are a great potential source of exploration for new compounds. Mangrove waste symbionts bacteria are colonibacteria that grow and develop and are associated with mangrove waste. Microbial association bacteria also contribute to the nutrient cycle for the needs of their host and can also be useful as waste decomposers. The following are various products from Prof.’s research activities. Delianis Pringgenies. The products produced are batik dyes and probiotics.