Akta Agrosia

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Marwanto Marwanto, Hendri Bustaman, Merakati Handajaningsih, Supanjani Supanjani, Bambang Gonggo Murcitro, Umi Salamah
Akta Agrosia, Volume 23, pp 1-10; doi:10.31186/aa.23.1.1-10

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Biodegradable polymer such as PVA is considered the most promising candidates for developing the sustainable sticker. The objective of this study was to determine the most suitable PVA + TS blends as adhesives agent for AMF spores inoculation via seed coating which can enhance the spores viability and their beneficial properties in maize. The polythene bag experiment was performed in a screen house of the Department of Plant Protection Faculty of Agriculture, University of Bengkulu Indonesia in 2015. Six adhesive blends were employed: 100% PVA + 0% TS, 75% PVA + 25% TS, 50% PVA + 50% TS, 25% PVA + 75% TS, 0% PVA + 100% TS, and no coating. The six experimental treatments were laid out in a completely randomized design with three replications. The results show that root colonization, AMF spore population, and shoot dry weight in 75% PVA + 25% TS were equal to those in 100% PVA. Root colonization, AMF spore population, shoot P content, and shoot P concentration were greater for 50% PVA + 50% TS than 100% PVA, 100% TS, and no coating. A mixture of 50% PVA + 50% TS was considered the preferred sticker. Thus, the tapioca starch can be used to substitute 25 - 50% of the PVA used without reducing AMF inoculant adhering to seed.Keywords: polymeric seed coating, seed coating formulation, arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi, sustainable coating adhesive, seed inoculation, seed inoculant
Lukas Soesanto
Akta Agrosia, Volume 23, pp 11-18; doi:10.31186/aa.23.1.11-18

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Proper concentration of soybean flour in the liquid formulation for Trichoderma harzianum T10 growth, its influence to suppress damping-off, and on the growth of cucumber seedlings was investigated. Randomized completely design was used in in vitro test with five treatments and five replicates. The treatments were T. harzianum T10 in Potato Dextrose Broth (control), T. harzianum T10 in soybean fluor of 1, 2, 3 and 4%. Randomiszed block design was used in in planta test with six treatments and five replicates. The treatments consisted of control, T. harzianum T10 in Potato Dextrose Broth, T. harzianum T10 in soybean fluor of 1, 2, 3, and 4%. Variables observed were conidia density, incubation period, disease incidence, area under the disease progress curve, maximum potentially growth, germination persentage, crop height, root fresh weight, shoot fresh weight, and root length. Result of the research showed that the right liquid formulation for T. harzianum T10 growth was the use of soybean fluor with concentration of 2% resulting conidia density as 67,10% compared to PDB. The formulation could suppress the disease incidence, decrease AUDPC value, increase root wet weight, crown wet weight, and root length as 66.67, 66.10, 57.36, 43.81, and 41.81%, respectively, compared to control. Keyword: cucumber, damping-off, liquid formula, soybean flour, Trichoderma harzianum
Fera Ariska, Marlin Marlin, Widodo Widodo
Akta Agrosia, Volume 23, pp 33-37; doi:10.31186/aa.23.1.33-37

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Bawang dayak is the important medicinal plant that need to be developed in cultivation techniques and production. The use of Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria (PGPR) recently known to be effective to increase plant growth and yield. The research aimed to determine the optimal concentration and immersion time of PGPR on the growth and yield of bawang dayak. The experiment was arrange in complete randomized block design (RCBD) consisting of two factors. The first factor is the concentration of PGPR with 4 levels namely K0 = 0 g L-1, K1 = 5 g L-1, K2 = 10 g L-1 and K3 = 15 g L-1. The second factor is immersion time of seed, namely P1 = 10 minutes, P2 = 20 minutes, P3 = 30 minutes and P4 = 40 minutes. The results showed that there was an interaction between concentration and immersion time of PGPR giving effect to the number of leaves and the number of tillers. The immersion time of PGPR for 10 minutes with a concentration of 15 g L-1produced the highest number of leaves (58 leaves) and produced the highest number of tillers (27.67 tillers). The treatment of PGPR concentration or immersion time of PGPR singly did not affect all observed variables of growth and yield of bawang dayak.
Supanjani Supanjani, Hatari Rahayu, Eko Suprijono, Atra Romeida, Yulian Yulian
Akta Agrosia, Volume 23, pp 27-32; doi:10.31186/aa.23.1.27-32

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Guava (Psidium guajava L.) is a plant whose fruit is very popular in Indonesia because it contains high vitamin C and its leaves can be used as herbal medicine. Orchard expansion of selected cultivars and fruit production of guava can be achieved vegetatively through propagation by using mini-cuttings with the use of Indole Butyric Acids (IBA). A study was conducted to compare rooting success of mini-cuttings of herbaceous stem of four guava cultivars with IBA treatment. Four guava cultivars tested were Bengkulu Round, Getas, Crystal, and Bangkok. Mini-cuttings were immersed in IBA solution at 0 ppm or 1000 ppm. Cultivar and IBA treatments were arranged factorially in a randomized complete block design with 3 replications, each consisting of 25 cuttings. Variables observed included percentage of original-leaf shedding, percentage of emerging shoots, percentage of sprouting cuttings, new leaf number, root number, root length, and percent of rooted cuttings. The results demonstrated that cultivars affected rooting percentage, sprouted percentage, percentage of original-leaf fall, and number of root. Getas had highest rooting and sprouting percentages, and showed lowest number of original-leaf shedding; whereas, Bangkok demostrated greatest number of root. IBA treatment increased the number of root and the number of original-leaf shedding, but reducing rooting percentage of mini-cutting. There was no interaction between cultivar and IBA teratment.
Catur Herison, Rustikawati Rustikawati, Hasanudin Hasanudin, Usman K.J. Suharjo, Merakati Handajaningsih, Nursalim Nursalim
Akta Agrosia, Volume 23, pp 19-26; doi:10.31186/aa.23.1.19-26

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Extending the planting area to a less-fertile soil, such as Ultisols, become inevitable choice to increase the national chili pepper production in Indonesia as this types of soil is the largest part of dry land of Indonesia, about 29.7% or around 51 million ha. However, efforts to increase its productivity by providing sufficient fertilizers application is most frequently inefficient because in the conventional fertilizer applications, broadcasted fertilizer on the soil bed, are not readily available for the plant as their solubility is limited under the plastic mulch and still in the form of granular until the end of planting season. Fertigation, therefore, maybe the answer for this problem. The objective of this study was to determine the best NPK fertigation method on four chili pepper hybrids. The experiment was conducted in a randomized complete block design with three replication, and the treatments were arranged in a split plot design. As the main plots were NPK fertigation intensity, i.e. 100%, 75%, 50%, 25% and 0% fertigation with the remnant fertilizers were circularly broadcasted surrounding the plant. As the subplots were chili pepper hybrids, i.e. ‘Maxima’, H39, H14, and ‘UNIB CHR17’. The results showed that there was no interaction effect of fertigation intensity indicated that all hybrid genotypes showed similar pattern of responses. The H39 hybrid had better vegetative growth compared to other hybrids in term of plant height, dichotomous height, stem diameter, number of branches, plant fresh-weight. Whereas the hybrid cultivar ‘Maxima’ showed the highest yield followed by H14 and cultivar ‘UNIB CHR17’. The 100% fertigation was the best method of NPK fertilizer application for chili pepper in Ultisols.keywowrd: fertigation, chili pepper, fertilizer application, acidic soil
Marwanto Marwanto, Shinta Puspita Wati, Atra Romeida, Merakati Handajaningsih, Teguh Adiprasetyo, Hidayat Hidayat, Bambang Purnomo, Bambang Gonggo Murcitro, Usman Siswanto
Akta Agrosia, Volume 22, pp 84-94; doi:10.31186/aa.22.2.84-94

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Finding the appropriate method of fertilizer application to simultaneously enhance farm productivity and ensure ecosystem sustainability has been receiving a lot of attention. A field experiment was carried in the Research Plot Agriculture Faculty Bengkulu University Campus Indonesia in 2017. The purpose of this study was (1) to assess the significant effects of inorganic N fertilizer (IF) substitution with bio-fortified compost (BC) under equal N conditions on growth, N accumulation, and yield of sweet corn, and (2) to determine the appropriate level to which inorganic N fertilizer could be reduced and equivalently replaced by bio-fortified compost to promote sweet corn growth and yield. The treatments consisted of six different proportions of inorganic N fertilizer (IF) substitution with bio-fortified compost (BC). Each treatment was designed on the basis of equal amount of total N input from a combination of both fertilizers (138 kg N ha-1). They were arranged in a randomized block design with 3 replications. They included (1) 100% IF plus 0% BC, (2) 75% IF plus 25% BC, (3) 50% IF plus 50% BC, (4) 25% IF plus 75%, (5) 0% IF plus 100% BC, and (6) no IF and no BC. The results showed that the increasing proportion of IF replaced by BC resulted in an increase for all variables (except for plant height) but they decreased when 100% IF substitution with 100% BC was applied. Among the partial substitution treatments, 50% IF plus 50% BC consistently produced the best growth, N accumulation, and yield increase. Treatments of 50% IF plus 50% BC and 25% IF plus 75% BC produced the highest green cob weight with husk per plot (10.74 – 10.84 kg plot-1), which was 16% to 19% higher than treatment of 100% IF plus % BC. The three partial substitution treatments produced crop yield components as good as treatment of 100% IF plus 0% BC. Treatment of 0% IF plus 100% BC reduced plant growth, N accumulation, and crop yield and its components. The appropriate level to which IF could be reduced and equivalently replaced by BC was at the range of 25% to 75%. Hence, a suitable replacement of inorganic N fertilizer with bio-fortified compost is considered a reasoned way to simultaneously increase crop yield and reduce environmental degradation.Keywords: organic fertilizer, chemical fertilizer, bio-fortification, chemical fertilizer substitution, bio-fortified compost
Peri Hardiansyah, Uswatun Nurjanah, Widodo Widodo
Akta Agrosia, Volume 22, pp 43-49; doi:10.31186/aa.22.2.43-49

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Pakcoy (Brassica rapa L.) is a type of vegetable crop and one of the short-lived species needed by the body because it contains good nutrition. In order to meet the needs of pakcoy, it must also be balanced with the production level. One of the efforts to increase the production of pakcoy is the nutrient application of liquid organic fertilizer (LOF) from jiringa hulls. LOF can be absorbed by plants quickly rather than solid organic fertilizers and it does not damage soil structures such as synthetic chemical fertilizers. This study aimed to determine the optimum concentration of LOF on growth and production of pakcoy. The research took place at the Green House Laboratory of Agronomy, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Bengkulu. This research used Completely Randomized Design (CRD) with one treatment factor and repeated 5 times, each treatment unit included 3 potted plants. Treatment of LOF concentration, consisted of 5 levels: T0: LOF 0% (Control), T1: LOF 25%, T2: LOF 50%, T3: LOF 75%, T4: LOF 100%. The concentration of L0F 100% produce the best growth and production of pakcoy and has longest canopy (22,18 cm), highest number of leaf (15,86 strands), widest leaf width (34,26 cm2), highest fresh canopy weight (68,85 gram), highest total dry weight (6.92 grams), highest greenish leaves (48.48), and highest dried root weight (1.72 grams). Keywords: LOF, Jiringa Hulls, Pakcoy, Concentration
Bilman Wilman Simanuhuruk, Marulak Simarmata, Ayyi Aprianto
Akta Agrosia, Volume 22; doi:10.31186/aa.22.2.63-69

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Dio Nafisah, Supanjani Supanjani, Eko Suprijono
Akta Agrosia, Volume 22, pp 50-55; doi:10.31186/aa.22.2.50-55

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GuavaCrystalsarefromTaiwan,released byministryofAgricultureDecreeNo.540/Kpts/SR.120/9/2007.GuavaCrystalvarietiesare very prospective forcommercial developmentbecauseitcanproduce throughtheyearandhasahighvitaminCcontent. Increasingpublicawarenessoftheimportanceofconsumingfreshfruitforhealthincrease the market demandforfreshfruit.Butthe highdemandforfreshguavafruitisnotsupported bytheproduction offreshfruiteveryyear.Continueddecliningguavaproductionrequires theimprovementofcultivationtechniquessothat thequalityandquantityofguavafruit increases. ThisneedstoImprove ofcultivationtechniquesformeetthe needsoffreshguava. One ofsimplestcultivationtechniquestoimprovethe yieldofCrystalguavaispruning. This research intendtodetermine the effectofcroplengthonthe growthoflateralshootsandthe flowering of Crystal guava.ThisresearchwasconductedinDecember2016untilMarch2017at guavaplantation locatedinBentiringSub-ProvinceofBengkuluProvince.ResearchusedRAKLwithone singlefactor.The factorislengthofpruning,whichcomprisedoffourlevels10cm,20cm,30 cm,40cmandcontrol.The resultsofthisstudyindicatedthatthe numberofshootsmost grownonbrancheswith 40cmlongtrimmingof 2.87shoots.Mostflowersaregeneratedon brancheswithcuttinglengthsof30cm,40cm andnottrimmed.Butbrancheswith30cm long cutsexperiencedthe mostnumberoffallenfruitswitha95% percentage ofunshelled branches.Themostfruit isproducedonbranchesthatarenotprunedthatisasmuchas8.7 will fruit.Keyword:Guava Crystals, Long Prune, Lateral Shoots, Flowering
Rustikawati Rustikawati, Marulak Simarmata, Hesti Pujiwati, Catur Herison
Akta Agrosia, Volume 22, pp 77-83; doi:10.31186/aa.22.2.77-83

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Bengkulu Province has many local rice germplasms that have adapted to specific areas. The germplasm has certain character advantages so that it is maintained by farmers. The characteristics of each germplasm need to be identified in order to improve the properties of the existing germplasm. This study aimed to determine the performance, to estimate the value of genetic parameters, and to determine the genetic relationship of local rice genotypes collected from four districts in Bengkulu Province. The results showed that the ‘Kuning Sulaowangi’ genotype was the earliest in maturity had the highest number of tillers amongst genotypes. Genotypes which have significantly the highest average component yields were ‘Kunig Air Dingin’ and ‘Impera’. Traits that have a high heritability estimated value were weight of 100 grains (91.046%) and grain weight per panicle (80.252%). The weight of 100 grains also has the highest genetic variability value. Thus increasing local rice production is possible. Based on the results of the analysis with the similarity coefficient of 55%, the local rice genotypes could be grouped into two groups. Group I consisted of 9 genotypes namely ‘Kuning Pendek’, ‘Humbur’, ‘Cantik’, ‘Pandak Kelabu’, ‘Cisadane Putih’, ‘Kuning Sulaowangi’, ‘China Abang’, ‘China Putih’ and ‘Impera’. Other genotypes were in Group II. Trait improvement can be done through hybridization between individuals of different groups. To develope early in maturity and high-yielding varieties can be done through hybridization of the ‘Kunig Sulaowangi’ and ‘Kunig Air Dingin’
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