Sopialena, Sopialena
Universitas 17 Agustus 1945 Samarinda

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Giving Effect Trichoderma sp. In Tomato Plant To Production Factors Sopialena, Sopialena
AGRIFOR Vol 17, No 2 (2018): Oktober
Publisher : Universitas 17 Agustus 1945 Samarinda

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Research on the effect of Trichoderma sp. In tomato plants on the factors of production is a study carried out for 4 months starting from June to October 2017. The research was carried out at the Green House of the Faculty of Agriculture, Mulawarman University, Samarinda.This research was conducted using a completely randomized design (CRD) with each treatment repeated 3 times. The treatment is Po: Without Trichoderma sp. / Control treatment; P1: 25 g culture of Trichoderma sp. per polybag; P2: 30 g of mushroom culture Trichoderma sp. per polybag; P3: 35 g of mushroom culture Trichoderma sp. Per polybag; and P4: 40 g culture of Trichoderma sp. per polybag As the second factor, tomato varieties include V1: Lentana; V2: Permata and V3: Ratna. The data observed included the number of planting fruit (calculated from the first harvest to the last harvest for each crop); Average diameter of planting fruit and. The average weight of fresh fruit plantations.The results showed that the dose of 40g Trichoderma sp. most effective in controlling F. oxysporum wilt disease on tomato plants, which can increase tomato crop production by 293.48 g. Variety treatment was not significantly different from all treatments. So that there is no interaction between Trichoderma sp. and tomato varieties.
Test the potensial use of Trichoderma harzianum Rifai and Gliocladium virens Arx fungi to control leaf spot disease in cayenne pepper (Capsicum frutescens L.) sopialena, sopialena
P-ISSN:2622-3570
Publisher : Mulawarman University

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This study aims to determine the effect of effective administration and dose of antagonistic fungus Trichoderma harzianum and Gliocladium virens that can suppress the intensity of disease attacks. So this indirectly has an effect to increase yield on cayenne pepper (Capsicum frutescens L.). This research is done about 4 months from May until August 2017 starting from preparation of research of Harvest. This research was conducted at Jl. Struggle 9 Village South Sempaja, North Samarinda District, Samarinda City and the Laboratory of Plant Disease Pest Faculty of Agriculture Mulawarman University. This study used Competely Randomized Design (CRD) consisting of six treatments and five replications. Without treatment (p0), Trichoderma harzianum with a dose of 24 g (p1), Gliocladium virens at a dose of 24 g (p2), 6 g T. harzianum + 18 g G. virens (p3), 12 g T. harzianum + 12 g G virens (p4), 18 g T. harzianum + 6 g G. virens (p5). The results showed that treatment of p1 with a dose of 24 grams Trichoderma harzianum able to suppress the intensity of disease attacks up to 17.08%. Treatment p2 with a dose of 24 grams Gliocladium virens is able to increase fruit weight to 19.95 grams.