The aim of the research is to determine the effect of organic, inorganic and biofertilizers application on physical properties of soil planted with red chili. This research was conducted from April 2018 to July 2018. The experimental design used in this study was a Complete Randomized Block Design consisting of 8 treatments, P0 = Without Treatment (Control), P1 = 100% Inorganic Fertilizer (NPK) recommendation 250 kg / ha, P2 = 100% Organic Fertilizer (Krinyu Compost) recommendation of 10 tons / ha, P3 = 100% Biofertilizer (Bio-Extrim) recommendation of 2 liters / ha, P4 = Combination of 50% NPK + 50% Krinyu Compost, P5 = Combination of 50% NPK + 50% Bio-Extrim, P6 = Combination of 50% Krinyu Compost + 50% Bio-Extrim and P7 = Combination 33.3% NPK + 33.3% Krinyu Compost + 33.3% Bio-Extrim . The treatment was repeated 3 times so that there were 24 experimental plots. The experimental data were analyzed using the analysis of variance (Analysis of variance) at the 5% level of error. The results show that the application of organic, inorganic fertilizers and manure did not influence the changes in the physical properties of the soil. This is because the physical characteristic of the soil cannot change significantly in a short period of time. But the application of fertilizers has an effect on the harvest weight of the red chili plants.
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