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Peningkatan Hasil Tanaman Okra Dengan Pemberian Pupuk Kompos dan NPK Yuliartini, Made Sri; Sudewa, Ketut Agung; Kartini, Luh; Praing, Ersa Remi
GEMA AGRO Vol 23, No 1 (2018)
Publisher : Fakultas Pertanian, Universitas Warmadewa

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The purpose of this research is to determine the effect of compost and NPK Phonska fertilizer application to the growth and yield of okra plants, and to get optimum dose. This research was conducted in experimental garden of Agricultural Faculty of Warmadewa University. The design used in this research is factorial randomized block design (RAK) consisting of two treatments: compost fertilizer and NPK Phonska fertilizer. The interaction treatment between doses of compost fertilizer with NPK Phosnka and single treatment of NPK Phonska have no significant effect on all observed variables. The treatment of compost fertilizer dosage have no significant to effect foe leaf number and dry weight of oven fruit, but it had significant effect to the weight of fresh and dried weight of oven stover and very significant effect on the variables of plant height, the number of fruit and the weight of fresh fruit. The dosage of compost fertilizer 8 ton ha-1 to got the highest fresh weight of fruit per plant which is 380,42 g, an increase of 44,05% if compared with the lowest fresh fruit weight per plant obtained in the treatment without compost 0 tons ha- Ë¡ of 264.08 g. The results of the distribution of NPK Phonska at different doses have no significant effect on one another . However, , the highest fresh fruit weight was obtained at NPK treatment at 400 kg ha-1 treatment ie 351,75g. This increased by 7.02% when compared with the freshest weight of lowest fruit obtained at 200 kg ha-1 treatment ie 328,67 g.
Pengaruh jarak tanam dan pupuk kompos pada pertumbuhan dan hasil tanaman bawang merah Andriani, Anak Agung Sagung Putri Risa; Yuliartini, Made Sri; Anggarayasa, Catur
GEMA AGRO Vol 23, No 2 (2018)
Publisher : Fakultas Pertanian, Universitas Warmadewa

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The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of spacing and compost on the growth and yield of shallots and their interactions. This research is a factorial experiment with a basic design using a randomized block design (RBD) carried out in paddy fields located in Angseri Subak, Angseri Village, Baturiti District, Tabanan Regency. The results showed that the interaction between the treatment of spacing with compost had no significant effect on all observed variables. The highest fresh weight of tubers per clump was obtained at a spacing of 20 cm x 25 cm, which was 38.73 g, increasing by 30.93% compared to the lowest yield at a spacing of 20 cm x 10 cm, 26.75 g. The highest fresh weight of tuber per clump was obtained by giving 60 tons ha-1 compost which was 34.81 g, increasing by 11.50% when compared to the lowest yield in the treatment without compost ie 30.79 g.
Penggunaan pupuk cair bioboost pada tanaman cabai (Capsicum annuum L. ) Wirajaya, Anak Agung Ngurah Mayun; Carvalho, João Da Silva; Yuliartini, Made Sri; Situmeang, Yohanes Parlindungan
GEMA AGRO Vol 23, No 2 (2018)
Publisher : Fakultas Pertanian, Universitas Warmadewa

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The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of bioboost liquid fertilizer concentration on the growth and yield of large chili plants. This research is a one-factor experiment using a simple randomized block design. The tested treatment is the Bioboost concentration at 8 levels, namely: B0 = 0 cc.l-1 (control), B1 = 5 cc.l-1, B2 = 10 cc.l-1, B3 = 15 cc.l-1, B4 = 20 cc.l-1, B5 = 25 cc.l-1, B6 = 30 cc.l-1, B7 = 35 cc.l-1. Giving liquid bioboost fertilizer to chili plants is given once a week with a concentration of 0 cc.l-1 5 cc.l-1, cc.l-1, 15 cc.l-1, 20 cc.l-1, 25 cc.l-1, 30 cc.l-1, cc.l-1, compost 150 g, but also need to be given artificial fertilizers such as NPK pearls with a concentration of 1,5 g per polybag every month up to 6 times giving. The results showed that the concentration of bioboost 30 cc.l-1 gave the highest fresh weight of 90,71 g which increased by 85,46% compared to the lowest yield of fresh weight above ground without giving bioboost (B0) which is 48, 91 g. The increase in fresh weight above ground level in the 30 cc.l-1 bioboost concentration treatment also gave the highest yield of 330,15 g, which caused an increase in fresh fruit weight per chili plant by 68,15 g, when compared to the lowest yield of fresh fruit planting without bioboost (B0) which is 196,34 g.
Granting of several types of cash fertilizer and distribution of apical approaches to growth: results of flour plants (Capsicum frutescens L.) Wirajaya, A.A. Ngurah Mayun; Yuliartini, Made Sri; Kartini, Luh
International journal of life sciences Vol. 2 No. 3 (2018): December
Publisher : Universidad Tecnica de Manabi

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The objectives of this study are for the type of manure that is most appropriate for the improvement of fertility and the generation of the period of nutrients and the best time of pruning for the growth and yield of chili. This research is a Factorial experiment, with Basic. Design of Randomized Block Design (RBD) with 2 factors that tried and done in glass house lasted from July to November 2017. In the first factor type of manure from level 4: K 0 = no fertilizer, K 1 = cow manure, K2 = chicken manure laying hens, K 3 = rabbit manure. The dose of each fertilizer 20 tons ha-1. The second factor with 3 levels: P 0 = without trimming, P 1 = pruned apical shoots age 8 days after planting, P2 = pruning apical shoots age 16 days after planting. From the experiment will be obtained 12 treatment combinations and will be repeated 3 times. The interaction between several types of manure and apical trimming (K x P) was markedly significant (P <0.05) to the variable wet weight of leaves and leaf dry weight. The interaction is very important (P <0.01) against the maximum leaf number variables, wet root weight, root dry weight, and fresh fruit weight. Fresh weight of fruit obtained on interaction with manure by pruning apical part 16 days after planting (K3P2) of 47.67 g and when compared to the combination of no fertilizer and without pruning (K0P0) of 37.80 which can be increased 26, 11%.
Identification of development phases and changes shoots flowering orange siam plants Sulistiawati, Ni Putu Anom; Kartini, Luh; Yuliartini, Made Sri
International journal of life sciences Vol. 1 No. 2 (2017): August
Publisher : Universidad Tecnica de Manabi

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Citrus is a tropical fruit that is preferred by the majority of the Indonesian people. But availability does not comply with this requirement due to the increase of population, income generation, public awareness of the importance of nutrition in addition to the development of agro-industries This is because one of them is the presence of buds induced and not induced in which to manipulate flowering citrus crop is still relatively difficult, because information limited to flowering as the flowering phase and an endogenous substance which causes the flowers induced or not induced. This study uses the citrus crop was ten years old, aims to identify phases-phase of the development of flowers and learn the changes in endogenous substances suspected to affect flowering buds flowering shoots induced or not induced. The results showed that the flowering buds induced marked by enlargement and swelling at the base of prospective new shoots, while the buds are not induced longitudinal prospective new shoots grow straight, and do not experience enlargement and swelling at the base Citrus plants flower development consists of four phases.
Arrangement of growing space in rows and application of liquid organic fertilizer to intercropping yields of onions and soybeans Yuliartini, Made Sri; Kartini, Luh; Wirajaya, Anak Agung Ngurah Mayun
International journal of life sciences Vol. 5 No. 2 (2021): August
Publisher : Universidad Tecnica de Manabi

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The research was to obtain optimal rabbit urine POC concentrations and space to grow in rows to provide high yields for intercropping shallots and soybeans. The results showed that the interaction of rabbit urine POC concentration with the growing room and the treatment room had no significant effect (P?0.05) on all observed variables. The highest yields of shallot bulbs per clump and per hectare were obtained at the concentration of POC rabbit urine 150 ml.l-1, namely 66.87 g and 6.69 tons, increasing 35.28% and 35.42% compared to the lowest yields at POC concentrations. 25 ml.l-1 i.e. 49.43 g and 4.94 tons.  The highest yield of soybean per plant and hectare was obtained at the concentration of POC rabbit urine 150 ml.l-1, namely 32.38 g and 4.32 tons, an increase of 56.47% and 57.09% compared to the lowest yield at the concentration of POC. 25 ml.l-1 i.e. 2.75 tons and 20.63 g.