RESPON TANAMAN BAWANG MERAH (Allium cepa L.) TERHADAP INTERVAL WAKTU DAN JENIS PUPUK ORGANIK CAIR

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Title RESPON TANAMAN BAWANG MERAH (Allium cepa L.) TERHADAP INTERVAL WAKTU DAN JENIS PUPUK ORGANIK CAIR
 
Creator Munir, Jamilah; Universitas Tamansiswa Padang
Erianto, Erianto; Universitas Tamansiswa Padang
Fatimah, Fatimah; Universitas Tamansiswa Padang
 
Subject Red Onion; Organic Liquid Fertilizer; Crocober Plus; Unitas Super; NASA
 
Description Tujuan penelitian adalah untuk mengetahui respon tanaman bawang merah (Allium cepa l.) terhadap  interval waktu dan jenis pupuk organik cair (POC). Membandingkan efek  POC berbahan baku C.odorata dibandingkan dengan produk komersil NASA. Kenagarian Painan Timur Kecamatan IV Jurai Kabupaten Pesisir Selatan pada bulan Oktober sampai dengan Desember 2016. Rancangan percobaan yang digunakan pada penelitian ini adalah Rancangan Acak Lengkap (RAL). Faktor pertama adalah POC  yang berbahan baku tanaman Chromolaena odorata yang terdiri dari atas 3 jenis yaitu;  Crocober Plus (CP), Unitas Super US dan POC komersil NASA. Faktor kedua adalah interval waktu yang terdiri dari 2 taraf; satu minggu sekali dan dua minggu sekali.  Setiap kombinasi perlakukan diulang sebanyak 3 kali, masing-masing satuan percobaan terdiri dari 3 pot tanaman sampel, sehingga jumlah keseluruhanya adalah 54 pot. Data pengamatan terakhir dirata-ratakan dan dianalisis dengan uji F taraf nyata 5%., bila F hitung > F Tabel 5% dilanjutkan dengan BNT pada taraf nyata 5%.  Berdasarkan hasil penelitian dapat disimpulkan bahwa pemberian pupuk organik cair Crocober Plus dengan interval waktu pemberian satu minggu sekali mampu meningkatkan pertumbuhan dan hasil bawang merah, dengan bobot umbi kering tertinggi mencapai 46,18 g pot-1.   The aim of this research was to know the response of red onion (Allium cepa l.) on time interval and type of liquid organic fertilizer (LOF). Comparing the effects of LOF made from raw C.odorata with NASA commercial products. The study was located in Kenagarian Painan Timur District IV Jurai Pesisir Selatan District from October to December 2016. The experimental design used was Factorial with 2 treatments arranged in Completely Randomized Design (RAL). The first factor was the LOF made from Chromolaena odorata plant which consists of 3 types, namely; Crocober Plus (CP), Unitas Super US and NASA's Liquid commercial. The second factor was a time interval consisting of two levels; once a week and once two weeks. Each treatment combination was repeated 3 times, each experimental unit consisting of 3 potted plants so that the total was 54 pots. The last observational data were analyzed variance or analysis of variance (ANOVA) 5% real level., If F arithmetic> F Table 5% followed by a Little Significance Different (LSD) at 5% real level. Based on the result of the research, it can be concluded that giving Crocober Plus liquid organic fertilizer with once a week can increase the growth and yield of onion, with the highest dry bulb weight reach 46.18 g pot-1.
 
Publisher Kopertis Wilayah X
 
Contributor Universitas Tamansiswa Padang
 
Date 2017-12-29
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-reviewed Article
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://ejournal.kopertis10.or.id/index.php/bibiet/article/view/2438
10.22216/jbbt.v2i1.2438
 
Source Jurnal BiBieT; Vol 2, No 1 (2017): BIBIET; 27-36
Jurnal BiBiet; Vol 2, No 1 (2017): BIBIET; 27-36
2502-0951
10.22216/jbbt.v2i1
 
Language eng
 
Relation http://ejournal.kopertis10.or.id/index.php/bibiet/article/view/2438/924
 
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