I Nengah Suaria
Faculty Of Agriculture, Warmadewa University, Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia

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Panjang stek dan Rootone-F pada pertumbuhan dan stek pucuk tanaman krisan (Chrysanthemum, sp) Altayani, Alfuji; Suaria, I Nengah; Arjana, I Gusti Made
GEMA AGRO Vol 23, No 2 (2018)
Publisher : Fakultas Pertanian, Universitas Warmadewa

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This study aims to determine the interaction of Rootone-F concentration and Long Cuttings on chrysanthemum shoot cuttings. This research was conducted in Green House in Agro Pudak Lestari, Pancasari Village, Sukasada District, Buleleng Regency. The time in this study was held for 21 days, from 2, April 2018 to 22, April 2018. This experiment was a factorial experiment using a randomized block design (RBD) pattern. The first treatment of Rootone-F (R) concentration consists of four levels, namely Control: (R0), a concentration of 225 mg.l-1: (R1), a concentration of 450 mg.l-1: (R2), a concentration of 675 mg.l-1: (R3). The second treatment is the length of cuttings consisting of three levels, namely the length of cuttings 4 cm: P1, the length of cuttings 7 cm: P2, the length of cuttings 10 cm: P3. The results of the study show that the interaction between Rootone-F with Long Cuttings has no significant effect (P≥0.05) on all observed variables. The treatment of Rootone-F concentration had a very significant effect (P
Build recommendations nitrogen fertilization with the development of the period of durian crop replanting Suarta, Made; Suaria, I Nengah; Sulistiawati, Ni Putu Anom
International journal of life sciences Vol. 2 No. 1 (2018): April
Publisher : Universidad Tecnica de Manabi

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The growing period of fruit crops requires nutrients for growth and development; this is very important in the physiology of fruit crops. Durian plants in determining the fruit harvest are largely determined by the process of growth development in plants. Leaf budding age is the main factor determining nutrient nutrients status in durian plants (Durio zibethinus Murr.). Durian plants require sufficient nutrients to obtain growth and fruit harvest; leaf analysis can be used as a guide in diagnosing nutrient status and fertilizer recommendations on durian plants. However, standard leaf sampling techniques should be accurately determined. The purpose of this research is to study and to know the proper dosage of fertilizer for durian plants associated with vegetative growth phase of leaf buds after fruit harvest the study was conducted in three locations: Sudaji Village, Munduk Bestala Village, and Sinabun Village, Buleleng Regency, March-November 2016. The leaves in the proper period of use are used as guidelines for fertilization when leaves have the best correlation relationship with period development vegetative plants. Leaf samples are taken periodically after the fruit harvest durian plants. Starting the early shoot period until the dormant buds period, the results showed that the nutrient concentration of nitrogen in leaves decreased with the age of leaf buds, the concentration on the initial leaf buds was higher than the full leaf buds.
Pemberian Dosis Biourine Sapi dan Media Tanam Pada Beberapa Variabel Pertumbuhan dan Hasil Ekonomis Tanaman Pakcoy (Brassica chinensis L.) Adi Tiya; I Nengah Suaria; Anak Agung Sagung Putri Risa Andriani
GEMA AGRO Vol 24 No 1 (2019)
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The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of giving a cow's bio-urine dose and the composition of the planting medium and its interaction on several growth variables and economic yield of pakcoy plants. This research was conducted at the Experiment Station of the Faculty of Agriculture, Warmadewa University. This research activity was carried out in April to June 2018. The experiment consisted of two factors: the first factor was the dose of bio-urine of the cow consisting of 4 levels, namely 0 ml/polybag, 10 ml/polybag, 20 ml/polybag, 30 ml/polybag. The second factor, the planting medium consists of 3 levels, namely soil + cow manure, soil + husk charcoal, soil + sawdust. Experiments are designed with (RAK). Treatment of bio doses of cow urine, planting media, and interactions between bio doses of cow's urine and planting media showed very different. Interaction between 30 ml/polybag of bio urinary cow fertilizer with soil fertilizer + cow fertilizer which gave an economic oven oven dry weight of 7.93 g ± 0.38 times increased by 79.20% from the lowest 0.01 g ± 0.38 introduction of interaction when measuring cow's urine urine 0 ml, 10 ml, and 30 ml with soil planting media + sawdust. The use of 30 ml/Polybag bio-urine doses and soil + cow fertilizer can be used for the highest yield and growth of pakcoy plants.
Pemberian Rootone F dan Asal Bagian Stek Terhadap Pertumbuhan Akar Stek Daun Lidah Mertua (Sansevieria trifasciata lorentii) Brigita Gracia Falentiani Namupraing; I Nengah Suaria; Made Suarta
GEMA AGRO Vol 24 No 1 (2019)
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These research aims to find out the influence of the Rotoone F interactions and the cuttage part of lidah mertua leaf. It was conducted at the Faculty of Agriculture Green House in Warmadewa University, was commencing on 18th April 2017 until 18th July 2017. This kind of experiment was a factorial one that using Design of Experiment (RAL). First treatment was Rootone F that 4 levels consistend which 0 g/stek as control (R0); 0,2 g/stek (R1); 0,4 g/stek (R2); 0,6 g/stek (R3). Second treatment was the cuttage part of the leafthat 3 levels consisted wich the tip (SU), the middle (ST), petiole (SP). The result has been shown that the best root growth can be obtained without Rootone F and part of the tip leaf
The relationship of agro-climatic characteristics in flowering phenology of siam citr plants (Citrus nobillias Var microcarpa L) Sulistiawati, Ni Putu Anom; Suaria, I. Nengah; Astiari, Ni Komang Alit
International journal of life sciences Vol. 4 No. 3 (2020): December
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29332/ijls.v4n3.580

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The productivity of citrus plants in Indonesia is still low. This is due to the insufficient land used for citrus cultivation. Besides, several factors influence the production and quality of citrus, namely genetics, cultivation, and post-harvest handling, as well as other environmental factors, namely land. Environmental factors that affect the production and quality of citrus are soil and climate. Soil factors include altitude, topography, drainage, soil type, soil physical properties, and soil chemical properties, while climatic factors include rainfall and temperature. On a large scale, these environmental factors are difficult to modify, so to avoid the risk of damage and death, citrus plants are recommended to be planted on suitable land. The purpose of land suitability research is also intended to increase the production and quality of oranges.
Source identification and characteristics genetics power of orange plants Suaria, I Nengah; Sulistiawati, N. P. A.; Astiari, N. K. A.; Suarta, Made
International journal of life sciences Vol. 5 No. 2 (2021): August
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29332/ijls.v5n2.1399

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Morpgological characteristic of some citrus plants (Citrus sp) in Bangli Regency. Citrus fruit plants are a small number of types of fruits that are cultivated in Bangli-Bali, starting from June to October 2020. The aim of this study was to find out information on the morphological characteristics of citrus plants found in Bangli Regency. The research was conducted using a descriptive method. Sampling is not limited to each district that has been selected. The samples taken were fruit, flowers, and leaves, then the samples were put into peanut envelopes before identification and characterization were carried out. Data collection and processing was carried out by describing morphological characteristics such as: stem shape, fruit, flowers, and leaves of citrus plants. The results of this study obtained 24 types of citrus plants in Bangli Regency. The are differences in morphological characteristics of the diversity of citrus plants in Bamgli Regency. Kinship analysis of the 24 types of oranges that were sampled based on 30 characteristics, there is a very close relationship between Siamese citrus species and tangerines, based on fruit shape, namely the coefficient or similarity of 93%, a very far relationship is found in small fruit limes, namely the coefficient 50%.
Study Phenophysiology of The Reproductive Periode in Terms of Flowering Induction Luh Putu Anom Sulistiawati; I Nengah Suaria; Ni Komang Alit Astiari; I Made Suarta
SEAS (Sustainable Environment Agricultural Science) Vol. 1 No. 2 (2017)
Publisher : Warmadewa University Press

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The aim of research to determine the period of leaf repopulation, in order to form the flowering of Siam citrus plant. The study was conducted from March to December 2016, in Catur Village, Kintamani District, Bangli Regency, Bali Province. The research is descriptive so there is no special treatment given to the samples. The research is done by descriptive method, that is continuous research so that there is a thorough knowledge about the horticultural cultivation problem of tropical fruit, especially the citrus fruit, so that the physiology science of flowering and flowering is obtained in relation Get the fruit of the harvest. The citrus varieties used in this research are Siam citrus plant varieties that have been 6 years old. The number of samples observed as many as 10 plants with the observation of the period of bud shoots with observations every two days, the percentage of leaf buds, the period of shoots The period of leaf shoots, the number of shoots growing. The results showed that the cultivated Siam plants in Catur village Kintamani experienced a period of shoot growth during one period of growth 3 times in one period of growth. There are 4 stages of the period of replanting, ie 1). early shoot, 2), full shoot, 3) adult shoot and 4) dormancy shoot. The observation of the length of time required for early reproduction of approximately 12 weeks from the dormancy shoot, from early shoot to a full-time shoot period of approximately 3 weeks, furthermore for full-time shoot growth of approximately 4 weeks, to The time required adult shoots is approximately 8 weeks. For the amount of repayment during one period of growth of the Siam citrus plant for the period of replanting is the average number of developing is: 6.87 shoots/tree 2 weeks from the emergence of early buds, 15.5 shoots/tree weeks from the appearance of early buds, 26.78 shoots/trees from the emergence of early buds, 38.87 shoots/trees 8 weeks from the appearance of early shoots and 57.09 shoots/trees 12 weeks shoots/trees from the appearance of early shoots. The interest generated during the growth phase during the study was 2 times, with interest yielding an average of approximately 1985 flowers/trees. Keywords: flowering, period shoots, Siam citrus plant
APPLICATION OF FERTILIZATION TIME AND NITROGEN DOSAGE ON PEANUT PLANT (Arachis hypogaea L.) Anak Agung Sagung Putri Risa Andriani; I Nengah Suaria; I Wayan Yudiana; Yohanes Parlindungan Situmeang; Anak Agung Ngurah Mayun Wirajaya; I Gusti Bagus Udayana
SEAS (Sustainable Environment Agricultural Science) Vol. 1 No. 1 (2017)
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Abstract This study aims to determine the effect of treatment of fertilization time and dosage of nitrogen to the growth and yield of peanut plants. This experiment is a two-factor experiment with incomplete randomized block design. The first factor is the time (S) of fertilizer consisting of three levels: During planting (S0), 15 days after planting (S1), 30 days after planting (S2), The second factor is the dosage of Nitrogen (N) fertilizer consisting of three levels: 25 kg/ha (N1), 50 kg/ha (N2). The results showed that treatment of fertilization time and a dose of nitrogen showed no significant effect on plant height, maximum leaf number, leaf area index, the total pod containing, total void pod, total pod number, oven dry weight of oven plants, and harvesting index. The interaction of nitrogen dose with a time of fertilization gave a very real effect to most observed variables except for maximum plant height, maximum leaf number, leaf area, harvest index that is not significant. The high dry weight of seed oven per plant was obtained at the fertilizer interaction treatment at 15 days after planting and the dose of nitrogen 25 kg/ha was 30.33 g and or increased by 152.75% and when compared with the control of 12.00 g. From a result of regression analysis got an optimum dose of nitrogen fertilizer that is 34.15 kg/ha with the dry weight of oven seeds per plant maximum 26.73 g. Keywords: Fertilization time, nitrogen dosage, peanut result