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PENINGKATAN PRODUKSI BAWANG MERAH (Allium cepa L) DENGAN BERBAGAI MIKROORGANISME LOKAL Gamawati Adinurani, Praptiningsih; Rekyani Puspitawati, Indah; Lesya Kusuma, Ardhy
JURNAL AGRI-TEK Vol 19, No 1 (2018): JURNAL AGRI-TEK
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A field experiment was undertaken to study the effect of different Microorganism Local (MOL) on the growth, biomass yield and fresh bulb yield of onion (Allium cepa L.).  Eight kind treatment of MOL that is without MOL (M0), bamboo shoot (M1), banana hump (M2), snail (M3), fruit (M4), vegetable (M5), bael fruit (M6), salted fish (M7) and fish (M8).  The experiment was laid out in a Randomized Complete Block Design replicated three times. Application of Microorganism Local exerted significant influence on the plant length, number of tillers, bulb fresh weight, total of fresh and dry weight biomass, but no significant difference on the diameter of bulb and number of a bulb. The biggest increase of onion plant length on M6 (51,10) % and the number of tillers in M8 (115,31) %.  The effect of MOL type was significantly different on the fresh bulb weight, and M8  gave the highest weight 54,40 g/clump. The effect of diameter and number of bulb on the fresh weight is indicated by multiple regression equation Y = -33.52 + 28, 63 X1 + 3.12 X2 with coefficient of determination R2 = 0.870. Total fresh weight and dry of  plant biomass at most on  M8 treatment were 85,08 g / clump and 12,50 g / clump which was not different with M3. Keywords: bulb, dry weight biomass, microorganism local, onion
Indeks Luas Daun Berbagai Umur Dan Jumlah Bibit Tanaman Padi (oriza sativa. L) Dalam Optimalisasi Jumlah Anakan Gamawati Adinurani, Praptiningsih; Rahayu, Sri; Santoso, Teguh
JURNAL AGRI-TEK Vol 18, No 2 (2017): JURNAL AGRI-TEK
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Seedlings that are less appropriate at the time of planting move will affect the stagnation of growth and impact on the preparation of leaf chlorophyll for photosynthesis. The purpose of research to determine the number of tillers at leaf area index of various ages of move planting and the number of seedlings per plant (Oryza sativa L). The study used a split-plot design. The main plot was the number of seedlings per plant (1, 3, 5), sub-plot was seed age factor (dry seedlings 15 HSS, dried seedlings 18 HSS, wet seedlings 20 HSS and wet seedling 24 HSS). The result of a study showed that various of seed age were significantly different on leaf area but not significantly different on leaf area index. The number of seedling per plant were significantly different on leaf area and leaf area index. Average of plant height of wet seedling (96.71 cm) more high than dry seedlings (87.27 cm) but the increasing of plant height of dry seedlings (68.24 %) more than wet seedlings (57.29 %). There was significant interaction between various age of move planting and number of seedling at number of tillersKeywords: chlorophyl, rice, seed number per plant, seedling age, dry seedlings, wet seedlings