Character Selection and Tolerance Screening Efectivity on Static Hydroponic Method Under Drought Stress in Rice

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Title Character Selection and Tolerance Screening Efectivity on Static Hydroponic Method Under Drought Stress in Rice
Creator Nasaruddin, N.
Bdr, Muh Farid
Musa, Yunus
Iswoyo, Hari
Anshori, muhammad Fuad
Sakinah, Andi Isti
Arifuddin, Muh.
Laraswati, Adinda Asri
Handayani, Ardian Reski
Subject Agriculture
osmotic stress; screening effectivity; static hydroponic; selection character; PEG 6000
Description This research was aimed to evaluate the efectivity of screening method and identification of tolerance screening selection character in statis hydroponic system towards drough stress. The research was carried out in Hydroponic Screenhouse Perdos Unhas, Tamalanrea, Makassar which throughout February-April 2020. This research was conducted in factorial design in nested patterns, where environment was the nested replication. Environments used were normal (0% PEG) and drought stress (10% PEG). Five rice varieties were used: Inpari 34, Ciherang, IR29 and Jeliteng. Research result showed that canopy height and fresh weight were the suitable selection character in drought tolerance screening through statis hydroponic cultivation. Grouping consistency was found between drought and salinity stress. Inpari 34, Ciherang, Jeliteng and Inpari 29 was considered to be have drought tolerance, whilst IR29 was examined to be responsive to drough stress in hydroponic culture. From the overall result, it can be concluded that hydroponic screening and PEG application was quite effective in rice drought stress tolerance screening
Publisher Universitas Sembilanbelas November Kolaka
Date 2020-12-31
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Peer-reviewed Article
Format application/pdf
Source Agrotech Journal; Vol 5, No 2 (2020): Agrotech Journal; 82-88
Language eng
Rights Copyright (c) 2020 Agrotech Journal All rights reserved

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