Agrinula : Jurnal Agroteknologi dan Perkebunan

Journal Information
EISSN : 2655-7673
Current Publisher: Universitas Tjut Nyak Dhien (10.36490)
Total articles ≅ 20
Filter:

Latest articles in this journal

, Bagus Fitra Azmi, Perdana Andriano Tamba, Ayu Widya Lestari, Kamaruddin Kamaruddin, Eka Lestari, Tommy Suranta Ginting
Agrinula : Jurnal Agroteknologi dan Perkebunan, Volume 4, pp 94-105; doi:10.36490/agri.v4i2.154

Abstract:
Introduction: The research was aimed to obtain information on the impact of omission one test fertilization as a determination limiting factors for the growth and biomass of maize in variety Bonanza F1. Materials and Methods: The research was located in the experimental field, Faculty of Agriculture and Animal Husbandry, Universitas Tjut Nyak Dhien, Medan from December 2020 until February 2021. The research was applied by Randomized Block Design in non-factorial through fertilization of omission one test that has been converted (urea : SP-36 : KCl = 0.75 : 0.50 : 0.125 g polybag-1). The treatment of this research include P0 = non-fertilization; P1= N+P+K; P2= P+K; P3= N+K; P4= N+P using three replications. The parameters include plant height, leaf growth, total fresh weight, total dry weight, and the percentage of relative yield then processed using ANOVA and continued with DMRT at 5% ± standard error with SPSS v.20 software. Results: Informed that the omission one test technique significantly improved all the characteristics of maize in the variety Bonanza F1. The highest increase in plant height was found in the N+P of 83.65%, meanwhile, the highest leaf and biomass growth characters were found in N+P+K, ranged of 50.00 to 177.81% and 487.60 to 507.37%, respectively. It was obtained that the limiting factor for the maize growth in variety Bonanza F1 was found in the un-fertilization of nitrogen.
Muhammad Fraz Ali, Ummar Ali, Muhammad Ahsan Jamil, Muhammad Awais, Muhammad Jazib Khan, Muhammad Waqas, Muhammad Adnan
Agrinula : Jurnal Agroteknologi dan Perkebunan, Volume 4, pp 73-93; doi:10.36490/agri.v4i1.138

Abstract:
Introduction: Garlic is an important crop growing all around the globe for its nutritional and medicinal purpose. Due to climate change soil production of garlic is affected and thus lower in yield. For improving the yield and increasing the quality of vegetables a new technique was developed is called hydroponic technology. Review results: In hydroponic, garlic can be produced on condition basis by providing proper nutrition and growth environment including air, light, soilless mediums, and water requirements. Methods like deep water culture, nutrient film technique, drip irrigation, bubble ponics are very common under different soilless mediums which includes organic, inorganic and synthetic. A detailed overview on production technology, nutrition, medium and hydroponic techniques which are discussed in details are given below in this review.
Yunida Berliana, Juli Mutiara Sihombing, Khairani Khairani, Erfan Wahyudi
Agrinula : Jurnal Agroteknologi dan Perkebunan, Volume 4, pp 61-72; doi:10.36490/agri.v4i1.122

Abstract:
Introduction: Grasses is one part of the forage, that it is necessary to support the production of grass management. The research was to determine the effect of cutting age and the use of liquid organic fertilizers (LOF) for king grass in overcoming the problem of forage feed availability. Materials and Methods: This research was conducted at the experimental field in Faculty of Agriculture and Animal Husbandry, Universitas Tjut Nyak Dhien, Medan Tuntungan Subdistrict, North Sumatra. This research used a split plot design with two factors. The main-plot was the cutting age, include T1= 35 days; T2= 45 days; T3= 55 days. The sub-plot was the different dosage of LOF, such as P0= un-fertilization; P1= 50 l.ha-1; P2= 75 l.ha-1; P3= 100 l.ha-1. The parameters were analyzed the F-test and continued with the LSD at level of 5%. Results: The cutting age significantly increased the tillers, yield of fresh matter, yield of dry matter, and storage capacity, but it had insignificant effect on the height of king grass with the highest increase was at the age of 55 days. The LOF doses significantly increased the height of king grass, tillers, and yield of fresh matter with the highest increase at the dose of 100 l.ha-1, but it had insignificant effect on yield of dry matter and storage capacity. Interaction between the cutting age with LOF significantly increase the highest of king grass height at 100 l.ha-1 of LOF + 55 days of 220.67 cm.
Fazal Ur Rehman, Muhammad Adnan, Maria Kalsoom, Nageen Naz, Muhammad Ghayoor Husnain, Haroon Ilahi, Muhammad Asif Ilyas, Gulfam Yousaf, Rohoma Tahir, Usama Ahmad
Agrinula : Jurnal Agroteknologi dan Perkebunan, Volume 4, pp 43-60; doi:10.36490/agri.v4i1.123

The publisher has not yet granted permission to display this abstract.
Zul Ilmi Hasibuan, Kartika Manalu, Efrida Pima Sari Tambunan
Agrinula : Jurnal Agroteknologi dan Perkebunan, Volume 4, pp 27-42; doi:10.36490/agri.v4i1.110

The publisher has not yet granted permission to display this abstract.
Hazen Arrazie Kurniawan, Fitria Fitria
Agrinula : Jurnal Agroteknologi dan Perkebunan, Volume 4, pp 22-26; doi:10.36490/agri.v4i1.108

The publisher has not yet granted permission to display this abstract.
Muhammad Adnan, , , Muhammad Sulaman Saeed, Muhammad Sikander Hayyat, Muhammad Imran, Rohoma Tahir, Jitendra Mehta
Agrinula : Jurnal Agroteknologi dan Perkebunan, Volume 4, pp 13-21; doi:10.36490/agri.v4i1.109

The publisher has not yet granted permission to display this abstract.
Elisabeth Sri Pujiastuti, Ferlist Rio Siahaan, Yanto Raya Tampubolon, Juli Ritha Tarigan, Susana Tabah Trina Sumihar
Agrinula : Jurnal Agroteknologi dan Perkebunan, Volume 4, pp 1-12; doi:10.36490/agri.v4i1.107

The publisher has not yet granted permission to display this abstract.
Erfan Wahyudi, Tengku Boumedine Hamid Zulkifli, , Razali Razali, Martin Heryono Panggabean
Agrinula : Jurnal Agroteknologi dan Perkebunan, Volume 3, pp 1-16; doi:10.36490/agri.v3i2.99

Abstract:
Introduction: The research was aimed to obtain the dosage of NASA liquid organic fertilizer (LOF), goat manure (GM) and combinations are appropriate to support the growth and yield of wax apple. Materials and Methods: This research was conducted at Payaroba Street, Binjai City, North Sumatra Province from Juni to December 2018. This research used the randomized block design factorial within the first factor was NASA LOF (C0= 0 ml.l-1; C1= 1 ml.l-1; C2= 2 ml.l-1; C3= 3 ml.l-1 in water), and the second factor was GM (K0= 0 kg.polybag-1; K1= 0.5 kg.polybag-1; K2= 1.0 kg.polybag-1; K3= 1.5 kg.polybag-1) using three replications. Parameters were analyzed using the ANOVA and continued with the least significance different at rate of 5%. Results: GM significantly increased the plant height, stem diameter, number of flower, and fruit weight of wax apple along with increasing doses until 1.5 kg.polybag-1 of 11.76%; 16.70%; 12.90%; and 7.55% respectively, and accelerating the flowering of 2.98 days compared to un-treated. The application of NASA LOF significantly increased the plant height, stem diameter, and number of flower by wax apple along with increasing doses until 3 ml.l-1 water by 7.51%; 46.61%; and 11.04%, and accelerating the flowering of 5.16 days compared to un-treated. The combination of NASA LOF at 2 ml.l-1 water and GM at 1.5 kg.polybag-1 significantly increased the stem diameter by 52.89% compared to the control combination. However, it did not show a significant effect on plant height, flowering, number of flower, and fruit weight of wax apple.
Fransisca Natalia Sihombing, , Triara Juniarsih
Agrinula : Jurnal Agroteknologi dan Perkebunan, Volume 3, pp 25-35; doi:10.36490/agri.v3i2.102

Abstract:
Introduction: This research was aimed to determine the relationship pattern of rainfall, humidity, and rainy day on the increase in pepper yield in North Sumatra. Materials and Methods: This research used the time-series data on factors of rainfall, humidity, rainy day, and yield of pepper for 14 years (2005 until 2018). Data analysis used the multiple linear regression analysis with the Eviews 10 software. Results: The rainfall, humidity, and rainy day simultaneous significantly increased the pepper yield of 55.767% in North Sumatra. A 1% increase in humidity can increase the pepper yield by 0.455 ton, but a 1 mm.year-1 increase in rainfall and a 1 rainy day can decrease the pepper yield in North Sumatra by 0.503 and 1.866 ton, respectively. The humidity had the value positive, meanwhile rainfall and rainy day had the value negative in pepper yield.
Back to Top Top