The Effect Mnure And Concentration Of Em-4 DoseOn Plant Growth And Yield Of RedSpinach (Alternanthera Amoena Voss)

  • Martha Junita Doodoh Faculty of Agriculture, Merdeka University Surabaya
  • Sri Hidayati Faculty of Agriculture, Merdeka University Surabaya
  • Nurlina , Faculty of Agriculture, Merdeka University Surabaya

Abstract



1,
Sri Hidayati
Faculty of Agriculture
Agrotechnology Study program
1,2,3
Merdeka University Surabaya
E-mail: hidayatisetyo@gmail.com
2,
Nurlina
Abstract: The purpose of the study to determine the effect of various doses of manure on the growth and
yield of red spinach. Randomized Factorial Experiment is used with three replications. The first factor is
the dose Manure P1 = 5 tons/hectare; P2 = 10 ton/ hectare; P3 =Dose manure 15 t / ha. The second factor
is the concentration of EM-4, among others K1 = dose of 5 ml/liter of water/polybag; K2 = dose of 10
ml/liter of water/polybag; K3 = dose of 15 ml/liter of water/polybag. Of the two factors 9 combination
treatments are obtained which was then repeated 3 times. There was no significant interaction at F5% test
level on all variables studied i.e plant height, leaf number and gross weight per plant at all age of
observation. There were significant effects of manure dose factor studied, mainly on plant height
variables, number of leaves and gross weight per plant; and statistically, a better value in all of these
variables is achieved by treatment P3 manure dose of 15 ton/ha. EM-4 concentration factor has
significant influence on plant height variables, number of leaves and gross weight per plant; statistically, a
better value in all of these variables are also achieved by treatment of the K3 of 15 ml/liter of
water/polybag.
Keywords: Spinach , Manure, EM-4, RAK

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Published
2017-09-30
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Junita Doodoh, M., Hidayati, S., & , N. (2017). The Effect Mnure And Concentration Of Em-4 DoseOn Plant Growth And Yield Of RedSpinach (Alternanthera Amoena Voss). Agricultural Science, 1(1), 38-44. Retrieved from http://agriscience.scientific-work.org/index.php/agriscience/article/view/5
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