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Pengaruh Konsentrasi Besi dalam Larutan Hara terhadap Gejala Keracunan Besi dan Pertumbuhan Tanaman Padi Noor, Aidi; Lubis, Iskandar; Ghulamahdi, Munif; Chozin, Muhammad Achmad; Anwar, Khairil; Wirnas, Desta
Jurnal Agronomi Indonesia (Indonesian Journal of Agronomy) Vol 40, No 2 (2012): JURNAL AGONOMI INDONESIA
Publisher : Bogor Agricultural University

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Iron (Fe) toxicity is a major constraint in rice production that decreases yield due to high level of soluble Fe. The aims of this experiement were to study the effect of particular Fe concentrations in nutrient solution on rice growth, and to determine Fe concentration in nutrient solution that caused light, moderate, and severe Fe toxiciy symptom. The experiment was conducted in a greenhouse, Bogor Agricultural University from May to July 2010. A randomized block design with two factors and three replications were used in this study. The first factor was Fe concentration in the medium solution (2, 50, 100, 200, 400, 600 ppm Fe), and second factor was rice genotypes (IR64, Margasari). The results showed the higher Fe concentration in the solution resulted in higher scores of iron toxicity symptoms, higher Fe levels in the plant, and caused stunted growth of rice plants. Levels of Fe in a solution of ≥ 200 ppm Fe inhibited plant growth. Iron toxicity symptom in Margasari was lower than the IR64 varieties, especially at concentrations of 200 and 400 ppm. According to the regression equation Y = 0.022X+ 1849, Fe concentration in the solution which caused light Fe toxicity symptom (score ≤ 3) was ≤ 52 ppm Fe, moderate (score = 5) was 143 ppm Fe, heavy (score = 7) was 234 ppm Fe, and severe (score ≥ 9) was ≥ 325 ppm Fe. Keywords: iron toxicity symptoms, iron concentration, rice
Keragaan Hasil Beberapa Galur Harapan Kacang Tanah di Lahan Sulfat Masam dan Lahan Lebak Dangkal Koesrini, ,; Noor, Aidi; Sumanto, ,
Jurnal Agronomi Indonesia (Indonesian Journal of Agronomy) Vol 34, No 1 (2006): Jurnal Agronomi Indonesia
Publisher : Bogor Agricultural University

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High soil acidity is one of the problems caused low groundnut productivity on South Kalimantan. Using adaptive variety is one effort for increasing yield. The objective of this research was to determine the yield performance and tolerance of groundnut to soil acidity on swamp areas. This research was conducted on acid sulphate soil at Jajangkit Timur-Batola-South Kalimantan on wet season of 2003/04 and on swamp area at Setiap-Pandawan-Hulu Sungai Tengah-South Kalimantan on dry season of 2003. This research was arranged in Randomized Complete Block Design with three replications. Twelve genotypes and 3 check varieties i.e. Jerapah, Singa and Lokal variety, were tested on those regions.The result showed that some groundnut promising lines had good performance on acid sulphate soil and swamp areas. Performance of yield and its component  were influenced by soil environment, i.e. soil acidity, Ca content and Al saturated. The best five promising lines on acid sulphate soil were GH-3, GH-4, GH-5, GH-8 and GH-9, while on swamp area were GH-2, GH-5, GH-6, GH-9 and GH-11. Two promising lines, i.e. GH-5 and GH-9, performed better on both areas.   Key words: Performance, groundnut, swamp areas
Pengaruh Fosfat Alam dan Kombinasi Bakteri Pelarut Fosfat dengan Pupuk Kandang terhadap P Tersedia dan Pertumbuhan Kedelai pada Ultisol Noor, Aidi
Jurnal Agronomi Indonesia (Indonesian Journal of Agronomy) Vol 31, No 3 (2003): Buletin Agronomi
Publisher : Bogor Agricultural University

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The aims of this experiment were to evaluate the effect of rock phosphate application and combination phosphate- solubilizing bacteria and farm yard manure on soil available P and growth of soybean on Ultisol from Kentrong village, Banten province. Factorial experiment design with two factors was used in randomized complete block design ; with three replications. The first factor was rock phosphate i.e. : 0, 30, 60, and 90 kg Plha, and the second factor was ´ combination of phosphate solubilizing bacteria (PSB) and farm yard manure (FYM) i.e. : without PSB and FYM (control), PSB (Pseudomonas fluorescens), FYM 10 t/ha, and PSB+FYM Results indicated that significant positive effect of rock phosphate and combination of PSB and FYM application occurred on soil available P, number and dry weight of nodule, dry weight of root and shoot. Rock phosphate application with rates of 30, 60, 90 kg P/ha increased soil available P 247%, 356% and 592% respectively compared ´to without P. Phosphate-solubilizing bacteria, farm yard manure and PSB+FYM increased 27%, 30% and 48% respectively compared to control. Phosphate-solubilizing bacteria and farm yard manure combination with phosphate rock 30 kg P/ha dosage increased dry weight of soybean shoot 29% compared to control. Key words: Rock phosphate, Phosphate-solubilizing bacteria, Farm yard manure; Soybean, Ultisols.
The Role of Rock Phosphate and Farm Yard Manure Combined-Phosphate-Solubilizing Bacteria in Increasing Nutrient Uptake and Soybean Yield Noor, Aidi
Jurnal Ilmu Tanah & Lingkungan Vol 7, No 2 (2005): Jurnal Ilmu Tanah dan Lingkungan
Publisher : Jurnal Ilmu Tanah & Lingkungan

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The aims of the experiment were to evaluate the effect of rock phosphate application and combination betweenphosphate-solubilizing bacteria with farm yard manure on nutrient uptake and yield of soybean. Factorial experiment design with two factors was used in randomized complzte block design with three replications. The first factors was level of rockphosphate i.e. : 0; 30; 60; 90 kg P ha· I, and the second factor was combination of phosphate solubili=ing bacteria andfarm yard manure: without phosphate solubi/i=ing bacteria andfarm yard manure; phosphate solubilbing bacteria (Pseudomonas fluorescens); farm yard manure 10 ton ha"I, and phosphate solubilizing bacteria + farm yard manure. The results indicated that rock phosphate and combination of phosphate solubilizing bacteria andfarm yard manure application increased nutrient (N, p, K) uptake and grain yield of soybean. Optimum dosage of rock phosphate in soil without phosphate-solubilizing bacteria andfarm yard manure (control) was 72.15 kg P hdl which gave maximum yield of soybean was 7.73 g pori. While with phosphate-solubilizing bacteria. farm yard manure and phosphate solubilizing bacteria+farm yard manure obtained optimum dosage of rock phosphate were 62.26, 63.94, and 62. 21 kg P hd1 , respectively, which gave maximum yield of soybean were 8.17, 7.95, and 8.43 g pori, respectively.
The Role of Rock Phosphate and Farm Yard Manure Combined-Phosphate-Solubilizing Bacteria in Increasing Nutrient Uptake and Soybean Yield Noor, Aidi
Jurnal Ilmu Tanah dan Lingkungan Vol 7, No 2 (2005): Jurnal Ilmu Tanah dan Lingkungan
Publisher : Departemen Ilmu Tanah dan Sumberdaya Lahan

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The aims of the experiment were to evaluate the effect of rock phosphate application and combination betweenphosphate-solubilizing bacteria with farm yard manure on nutrient uptake and yield of soybean. Factorial experiment design with two factors was used in randomized complzte block design with three replications. The first factors was level of rockphosphate i.e. : 0; 30; 60; 90 kg P ha· I, and the second factor was combination of phosphate solubili=ing bacteria andfarm yard manure: without phosphate solubi/i=ing bacteria andfarm yard manure; phosphate solubilbing bacteria (Pseudomonas fluorescens); farm yard manure 10 ton ha"I, and phosphate solubilizing bacteria + farm yard manure. The results indicated that rock phosphate and combination of phosphate solubilizing bacteria andfarm yard manure application increased nutrient (N, p, K) uptake and grain yield of soybean. Optimum dosage of rock phosphate in soil without phosphate-solubilizing bacteria andfarm yard manure (control) was 72.15 kg P hdl which gave maximum yield of soybean was 7.73 g pori. While with phosphate-solubilizing bacteria. farm yard manure and phosphate solubilizing bacteria+farm yard manure obtained optimum dosage of rock phosphate were 62.26, 63.94, and 62. 21 kg P hd1 , respectively, which gave maximum yield of soybean were 8.17, 7.95, and 8.43 g pori, respectively.
Agronomic Performance and Nutrition Content of Hiyung as Local Variety of Cayenne Pepper [Capsicum frutescens] at Dry Land and Swamp Land of South Kalimantan Province Pramudyani, Lelya; Sabran, M.; Noor, Aidi
Buletin Plasma Nutfah Vol 25, No 1 (2019): JUNE
Publisher : Balai Besar Penelitian dan Pengembangan Bioteknologi dan Sumberdaya Genetik Pertanian

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Hiyung is a local variety of cayenne pepper (Capsicum frutescens) that traditionally grown continuously at swampland of Tapin District, South Kalimantan Province. This cayenne pepper has high productivity and good market prospect and could contribute to increase national cayenne production. Another advantage of this cayenne pepper variety is enabling farmers to use some of the harvested seeds for the next planting season. The experiment has been conducted to characterize the agronomics and nutrition contents of Hiyung cayenne pepper from March to October 2013 at two different agroecosystems, i.e. dry land and swampland, and to compare it with three commercial varieties, i.e. Sonar, Bara, and Santika. The result of the experiment showed that Hiyung cayenne pepper, both at dry land and swampland, has the highest dry weight than the three other varieties. It also had the lowest fruit length, peel thickness, fruit weight, and weight of 1,000 fruits compare to the three other varieties. However, it had the highest productivity, which might be due to its longest harvest period.